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LL AN FIH AN GEL-Y-C E EUDDYN. ANNIVERSARY MISSION SERVICES.—These annual clerical meetings have been held every year for np- wards of 26 years in commemoration of the restoration of the church, having been commenced by the lace Rev J. D. Jones, when vicar of the parish. They were held this year on Wednesday and Thursday, June 17th and 18th. On Wednesday evening at seven Rev J. Hughes Parry, rector of Iludbuxton, read the first part of the service, and Rev J. I'. Evans, vicar of the parish, the latter part. Rev W. J. Williams (vicar of Llanafan) read the lesson, and the pulpit was occupied by Rev Canon Williams, B.D. (Carmarthen), who delivered an excellent discourse. After the sermon a communi- cant's meeting was held, when Revs Canon Williams and J. Hughes Parry gave very suitable addresses. On Thursday morningat eight the Holy Communion was administered to 62 members by Canon Williams, assisted by Rev J. Hughes Parry. At 10 Rev J. T. Griffiths, R.D. (vicar of Llauilar) intoned the service. The first lesson was read by Rev Daniel Williams (curate of Goginan) and the second by Rev H. M. Williams (vicar of Liedroci). Sermons were delivered by Rev J. Hughes Parry and Canon Williams. At half-past two the Litany was sung by Canon Williams, and Rev Griffith Jones (vicar of Mostyn), preached. At half-past six Rev J. P. Evans intoned the service, the lesson was read by Rev. J. Jones, M.A., Headmaster of Ystrad Meurig Grammar School, and two very able sermons delivered by Revs. J. Hughes Parry and Griffith Jones. Besides the clergy already I., y mentioned there were also present Rev. T.I. Morgan Vicar of Capel Bangor; Rev. Alexander Williams, Vicar of Elerch; and Rev. George Blackwall, Curate of Penrhyncoch. Refreshments were liber- ally provided for the clergy and strangers by Rev. J. P. Evans (Vicar), Mr John Jones, Abertrinant; Mr Richard Jenkins, Tanllan; Mr Joseph Jones, Abermagwr (at Lisburne Arms); Mr Henry Wright, Pendref; Mr Wm. Lewis Evans, Dolau- ceu-nant; Mr James Rathrey, Lisburne Arms; Mr Evan Evans, Farmers' Arms Mr David Rees, Caeglas; Mr Morgan Richards, Blaencynon; Mr Ebenezer Davies, Cynon Fawr; Mr David Lewis Jones, Village Mr Wm. Evans, Village &c. The services were throughout choral, and the singing, which was very good, was under the leadership of Mr Wm. Lewis Evans, Doleu-ceu-nant. The anthem" Cenwch gun o fawl," was also well slri"- Miss Evans, Abertrinant, ably presided at tie har- monium, while Mr. Roach, schoolmaster, Rhosdie, in the absence of Mrs. Evans, th3 Vicarage, accom- panied theanthem. Collectionsweremadeaftereach service to defray expenses. The weather was favourable, and the congregations very large, and included many people from adjoining parishes.








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