(Congregational) from Fabian's Bay Congregational
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, Praise to the Holiest in the Height (Cong. H. 65 ; A. and M. 172)
Lesson, Micah iv, 1-7
Hymn, Art thou weary, art thou languid ? (Cong. H. 339 ; A. and M. 254)
The Lord's Prayer (chanted)
Anthem, How lovely are the messengers (Mendelssohn) (Cong. H. 974)
Address by the Rev. LEVI EVANS
Hymn, 0 beautiful our country
(Cong. H. 562 ; S.P. 322)
Organist, E. J. Jenkins
Precentor, Richard Leyshon
About the year 1862 Swansea was experiencing a religious awakening which resulted in the building of many churches in the district. The existence of Fabian's Bay Church is partially accounted for by this wave of religious enthusiasm. The church had its early beginnings in the home of a pious man called William Owen —' Wil y Gof ', as he was familiarly and affectionately called. This house may still be seen in Miers Street, Swansea.
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