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All articles & reviews tagged with cornwall

News

June 2018
News > Church news

Church – Cornwall gets a new church

The opening service of Carrick Free Baptist Church in Falmouth took place on 4 February, when Mike Lynch and Tom Hill were recognised as elders. A small group of believers in the Lord Jesus Christ have covenanted to walk and work together, to be a witness to the power of the Holy Spirit, and…

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Historical

May 2018
Articles > Historical

Billy Bray (1794-1868)

There is a genre of Christian biography which delights in recording the doings and sayings of eccentric preachers, and William Trewartha Bray – Cornish miner and Methodist local preacher, small, spare and wiry of build – falls into that category. If his name is mentioned, most people know little if anything about him beyond…

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Historical

November 2000
Articles > Historical

The forgotten revival

One of the most amazing works of God ever to take place in Cornwall was at Mousehole, the scene of the Penlee lifeboat disaster in December 1981. Mousehole today is a godless and materialistic community, but the exceptionally large Methodist chapel gives a hint of the mighty acts of God in the past. The…

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Historical

October 2000
Articles > Historical

The forgotten revival – The Cornish revivals of 1814 – 1835

Seven years after ‘The Great Revival’ of Redruth in 1814, which so extensively and profoundly affected the Methodist societies in that whole area of Cornwall, a further powerful quickening occurred in October 1821 at Camborne and Tuckingmill, just three miles from Redruth. The remarkable conversion of two young men, who were brothers, was the…

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Historical

June 2000
Articles > Historical

The Priest of Baldu

One would have thought that a man commended by Spurgeon (Sermons 1,538) would be better known among us than he is. Certainly his preaching sometimes produced extraordinary scenes, but he did not encourage excitement any more than Whitefield or Wesley. His own words are revealing: 'We rejoice and work, not [only] as persons who…

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