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Wesleyan Methodism.I


Wesleyan Methodism. I QUARTERLY MEETING AT BRECON. I Llandrindod Wells and Brecon Wesleyan Circuit quarterly meeting was held !at Lion Street Wes- leyan Church, Brecon, on Wednesday. There was a large attendance. The local preachers meeting was held ill the morning, the usual business being transacted. Rev. J. Reeves Brown (superintendent-minister) presided over the business meeting in the afternoon. The financial statement, submitted by Messrs J. Coombs and W. Morris, was considered satisfactory and adopted. The returns showed that there had been a number of removals, which accounted for a slight decrease in the membership. The Sunday school returns were also presented and considered satisfactory, as also were those on temperance. The foreign mission accounts and the home mission statement showed that despite the war, there was an advance in contributions. Rev. J. Reeves Brown, who will complete his normal period of service in the circuit in August next, was invited to remain for the fourth year, and promised to favourablv consider the matter Rev. C A Harris (Brecon) was invited to stay for a third year. Rev. E. J. Pike (Builth) was also invited for a second year, and Pastors J. J. Heal (Rhayader) and T. Buckingham (Hay) were asked to remain a third and second year respectively. All declared their willingness to accept the in- vitations. Mr Oscar L. Watkins (circuit chapel steward) presented the year's accounts, which showed that the various trusts were in a healthy condition. The meeting elected as representatives to the Synod at Cardiff in May, Messrs Geo. Robinson, senior (Brecon), and J. J. Heal (Rhayader). Through the kindness of Mr W. Morris (Llan- faes) the members of 1111" quarterly meeting and -other friends were after-- ds entertained to tea in the schoolroom Mr Morris was thanked Ío- his kindness on the motion of Rev. J. Reeves Bro w a. +-- -0--

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