Church History Early

Widow Gilbert provided early missionaries including Wilford Woodruff with 'a door open to preach the gospel'
In 1854, Elders David Jeremy and Daniel Thomas were attacked by a mob while preaching in Llangeler Parish, Carmarthenshire.
Baptised 30th January 1842, Peter Farquhar was the first person to join the Church in the north of Scotland.
The acquisition of Summerfield as the new home of the Liverpool branch.
As an eight year old in 1936 he travelled with his family and church members to the cottage of Charles Jones located close to the Monmouthshire & Brecon canal
The town of Oldham has played an important role in the growth of the church
As missionaries went to preach they were met by an angry mob
Sister Taylor reminisces about a chapel building they called 'Tin Mission'.
The Albert Hall was briefly the venue for anti-‘Mormon’ lectures and debates in the 1880s
The cottage where David McKay, father of President David O McKay, was born in Scotland.
Edith Russell from Bradford won first prize in 1942 for this story in the annual Christmas Literary Contest
This is the story of Merthyr Tydfil in the 1930 where missionaries made a difference