EVERY week the work in Belfast seems to be deepening and extending.
In one of the churches on the Crumlin Road, in the very midst of the mill-working population, a series of services has been held during the past fortnight. The church is full every night, and there are seldom fewer than 100 inquirers waiting to be spoken with at the end of the service. The young converts meet by themselves in the schoolroom behind the church, to the number of about 200, and are addressed in a suitable way by someone who has had experience in the work. This service is but one of many which are going on from night to night.
"Times of Blessing," Nov 19th, 1874.