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YMOSES — Jane Kent

In June we also looked at Jonah. We read it using the dramatized version of the Bible and discussed the main themes of the book and watched 'The Hound of Heaven' clip from YouTube which Keith had used in church.

On 15th July we will be having our summer social in Oxford with a walk by the river and a visit to the ice-cream cafe!

In the Autumn we will be meeting at 7:15 pm on 9th September, 14th October, 11th November and 9th December.

YMOSES is an informal faith-based discussion group for young people from secondary school age.

If you would like to come along and join us you would be MORE than welcome! Please give me a call on 01235 765421.

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