Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel - Menai Bridge (1904)

Rev. T. Charles Williams, Menai Bridge, says: “The meetings are characterized by much spiritual fervour, and many dozens have taken part in public worship for the first time. There are over sixty converts. The prayers of the children in some of the meetings have been remarkable in their effect. The revival broke out in this place without any visible human agency, and the movement is not directly guided by anyone. The ministers have thrown themselves heart and soul into it. Prayer meetings are to be held every evening this week, and the Welsh Methodist Chapel, the largest building in the place, has on more than one occasion proved too small. The force and reality of the movement here is not challenged by anyone, and there can be no doubt that its effect will be lasting and beneficial.”

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