‘Revival began here suddenly last Tuesday night in young people’s meeting.' From, 'The South Wales Daily News', 28th November 1904. The services at all the chapels in Ystrad Rhondda on Sunday last were such as to be long remembered for the influence that was felt in each. The Primitive Methodist Chapel, which previously had 30 members, has had an addition of 120 new converts. The bretheren are overjoyed at this. The members of the various chapels have been parading the streets, hymn singing, to induce the people to come to the services. Boys and girls take part unasked in the services and astonish the elderly people with the good taste of their phrases in prayer. From, 'The Rhondda Leader', 7th January 1905. The pastor of Nebo Baptist Church reported, 87 new members, 'Not the least sign of abatement of fervour'. From, 'The South Wales Daily News', 4th February 1905. The pastor of Bodringalls Congregational Church reported 90 new members.
From, 'The South Wales Daily News', 1st April 1905.
The chapel is empty.