Shepton Mallet - John Wesley (1758)

"There was a considerable increase in the societies, and many souls were brought to the saving knowledge of God. There were other signs of revival in the unusually large congregations drawn to hear Wesley preach in Liverpool, Bath, Shepton, Rye, Rolvedon, Northiam, Colchester and Norwich. A large congregation at Swansea enjoyed, "A very uncommon blessing". 

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The Methodists did not have a chapel at this time, but they may have used the Presbyterian Chapel built in 1696.

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