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YMOSES (Youth Meeting On Sunday EveningS) — an informal faith-based discussion group for young people from secondary school age up

Future dates:

  • at the Worth's on Sunday 19th May, 7:15 — 8:15 pm
  • at church on Sunday 9th June, 6:30 — 8 pm to experience the labyrinth
  • at church on Sunday 23th June, 1 — 6:30 pm for our youth event 'Dare to be
    you!'
  • venue tbc for our end of term social on Sunday 14th July

    If you would like to come along to this friendly, relaxed discussion group you would be more than welcome.

    For more information on Kids@Church or YMOSES please give me a ring or send me
    an email.

    Jane Kent — 765421, janevkent@icloud.com

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