Blidworth - Primitive Methodists (1817)

“At Blidworth” says Mr Clowes, "the work flourished; in two months we raised a lovely society of fifty-two members. I had an extraordinary time in meeting the class for tickets, and in preaching afterwards, one woman passed from death unto life. Two sermons which I preached afterwards were greatly owned of God; many were pierced with sorrow of a godly sort, and four or five found redemption in the blood of Christ.”

From, ‘The History of the Primitive Methodist Connexion from its origin, by John Petty, 1860. p53

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