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THE REV. D. M. REES, TREDEGAR.

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THE REV. D. M. REES, TREDEGAR. The Park Place Messenger is the title of a new magazine which has made its first appearance this month, issued in connection with Park Place Presby- terian Church, Tredegar. It contains very interest- ing matter, together with local notes. A biography of the pastor, the Rev. D. M. Rees, IS published, aud reads as follows:—" The Rev. D. M. Rees was born in Bettws, Carmarthenshire, on March 20th, 1862, and, after passing through the elementary school, his education was supplemented by a course of tuition at Gwynfryn Grammar School, Ammanford. Here he exhibited considerable talent, and after studying for some time at the Park Velvet Academy, Carmarthen, he proca&ded to Trevecca College in 1882, with a. view of earring the ministry. He pro- secuted his theological studies under the late Prin- cipal Howells, M.A., and the late Professor Harris Jones, D.D.,and during the last years unde:' Pro- fessor E. Williams, M. A, His first pastorate was at Llantrisant, where he remained for three years, and gained the love of the church at that place. Mr. Rees then accepted a call from the Church of Gower, and after a successful pastorate, extending over three years, he undertook the charge of Summerhill Church, Wrexham, and continued there for 18 months. Receiving an unanimous invitation from Park Place Church, he inaugurated his pastoral duties here on March 4th, 1894, under auspicious circumstances, and from that time he has ministered most successfully to the spiritual needs of the members and congregation of the church. He is a preacher of unusual power, prepares his discourses with the greatest care, has splendid command of language, and in every way admirably fills his position as pastor of the church. At the Chester Conference last September he verv ably opened a discussion on The doctrine of Christ in the New Testament.' We wish Mr. Rees long LIFE and success in his ministrations to our church." <)

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