Church History

John Halliday’s name appears on a number of documents relating to the Church in Wiltshire
Sister Taylor reminisces about a chapel building they called 'Tin Mission'.
Evan Arthurs served three times as a missionary in Wales
Christian Fingerle has accepted the position as the Church History Multi-Area Manager for the Europe and Europe East areas. He will be based in Frankfurt, Germany, at the Europe Area Office.
When I was a child of six attending the Church’s branch located in Neville Street, Oldham, Freddie Fowles was brought to it in his invalid carriage. I used to think the carriage looked like a coffin on wheels.
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
Before joining the church in 1893 Benjamin R. Birchall had said 'It will be a mighty cold day when I join the Mormon church'
Also 180 years since the restored gospel was first accepted in Scotland.
New converts were baptised in this fast flowing, icy river