Protracted meetings were conducted over a fortnight, commencing with a nine o'clock prayer meeting (which sometimes drew over 400 people), and including a short address from a minister present. A prayer meeting was also scheduled for noon and another in the evening following the public meeting; whilst at least six others took place in private homes. To these prayer meetings, the ministers looked with peculiar interest as being the power-house of the movement.
The main meetings were so successful that on some evenings the John Street (Secession) Church was crowded with around 2000 people, after-meetings drawing in from 400 to 1000, while over 300 persons were conversed with separately.
Tom Lennie's, 'Land of Many Revivals', page 368.
Only the frontage is original and the building is now a youth hostel.