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.
If you would like to see what else the SOS have in store this year, click here.
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