In the meanwhile, the work of God continued to prosper, more or less, and it spread to Kidsgrove as well as to the Cheshire side of Mow; and a necessity was now laid upon Mr Bourne to exercise his gifts in a still more conspicuous manner. He had often been requested to lead the class at Ridgway, where he was a member, but through timidity had declined; — but as there was no one to look after the new converts at Kidsgrove, he went thither a few Sunday mornings to speak to them, and here made his first attempt at class-leading.
From, ‘The History of the Primitive Methodist Connexion from its origin, by John Petty, 1860, p9
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