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Tabernacle, Aberdare.

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Tabernacle, Aberdare. Annual Meeting and Welcome to the Pastor. REV. T. -If. JEFFREYS. The annual meeting of Tabernacle English Cong. Church, Aberdare, was held on Thursday. Special interest was this time attached to the anniversary, it being the occasion of welcoming the new pastor, the Rev. T. Al. Jeffreys. The legend, "Welcome to the Rev. and Airs. T. Al. Jeffreys," was conspicuous- ly displayed in large type. A splendid tea had been prepared by Airs. A. \Yil- son, Mrs. J. A. Williams, Airs. Evans, Commercial Street, and Airs. D. Al. Richards. At the subsequent meeting the pastor presided. He remarked that doubt- less many of them in that meeting were in a retrospective mood, whereas to him it w as all prospective. The pastor then outlined his intentions, with regard to I the propaganda work of Tabernacle Church. He hoped that they would be able to find some means of ha messing the abilities and energies of the young people to the church. He asked for the co-operation of the church to divert the enthusiasm of youth to the channel of useful religious service. Mr. John Morris, secretary of the church, then read the annual report. He considered that the work of the year had yielded satisfactory results despite the 'unstability which the sys- tern of pulpit supplies was responsible for. The church had been most for- tunate in securing Mr. Jeffreys as their pastor. Air. Alorris then dealt with the finances of the church, which were j also very satisfactory. On the proposition of Airs. Richards, seconded by Miss Williams, the report was unanimusly adopted. Mr J. A. Lloyd, one of the deacons, and superintendent of the Sunday I School, gave an earnest address, urging for additional recruits for Sunday School work. The pastor regretted the departure of Miss Alice James, a member of the church, who is leaving Aberdare for Pembroke Dock, having obtained a teaching appointment there. "O, Di vine Redeemer was sung by the Girls' Choir, under the direction of Miss Alice S. Williams, L.R.A.A1. Mr. W. J. Harris gave a solo, "The Kina. Air. E. Moses was the organ- ist. <=>

The New Pastor.—A Brief Sketch.

Bethesda, Abernant.,

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