Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings, and throughout Sunday special revival services were held by the Wesleyans of Moriah chapel. Halkyn, the preacher being the popular evangelist the Rev. John Evans, Liverpool, who has lately returned from a visit to America, where his ministry was attended by large and crowded congregations. Mr Evans preached each evening, and twice on Sunday a special address being delivered by him in the afternoon to the Sunday School scholars. The large and handsome chapel was filled to overflowing on each occasion, and the sermons were eloquent and effective, and were listened to with wrapt attention. We believe that the services attained the result for which they were held, thirty-five persons having joined the church.
"Flintshire Observer," 19th December, 1873.
Research shows the chapel was here, but it seems to have been replaced by a private house.