Falls Road Methodist Church (1859)

"A special prayer meeting was held in the Falls Road Wesleyan Church on Saturday evening. Nearly all present were led to seek the Lord with sighs and tears, and one of the most remarkable movements yet experienced in connection with this revival took place. There appeared to be none who were not convicted in the meeting. Those who had, in years gone by, been made happy were engaged in advising the convicted, pointing them to 'the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world', praying with them and for them, exhorting them to exercise simple faith, and many departed knowing that 'There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus'."

"The Newsletter" Monday, 6th June 1859

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The Methodist Church was knocked down in 1966 to build the Divis Tower.

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