Posted: April 2016
The next SOS (Sometimes On Sundays) is on St. George's Day, Saturday 23rd April. For England and St George, you are invited to bring a quintessentially English dish for people to share at the Nords'. Contact Gill and Trevor on 483157.
SOS is an informal fellowship group that meets around once a month, usually in someone's home and this time the Nords are hosting. Anyone is welcome to come along. Activities range from family friendly fireworks to a Christmas Meal and the annual fund raising Easter Breakfast and other stuff besides! Faith meals are often a central part of SOS activities. The key is to let the host know you're coming and bring food and drink to share.
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