Hafod (1904)

A few weeks ago the Revival began at Hafod with an old collier of sixty-three years who had never been to a chapel service since he left Sunday school fifty years ago. His wife attended one of the missions of Mr Evan Roberts at the neighbouring town of Porth and came home singing and praying. The next Sunday, while she was at the Silvan Chapel, of which she is a member, the old man came in and publicly gave himself up to Christ. His wife wept with joy, the congregation were moved to songs of passionate sympathy, the sermon had to be abandoned, and since then there have been no regular services, nothing but almost continuous revival.

From The Daily News.

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I have marked where Hafod was, but the name has been merged with Trehafod. I cannot track down Silvan Chapel.

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