Eglwys Moriah, Ynystawe, records, 1925-1994, including minute books of Deacons' meetings, 1925-1991; Sunday school account books, 1925-1971; church account books, 1937-1971; combined church and Sunday school account book, 1972-1975; minutes; adroddiadau blynyddol (annual reports); papers relating to the appointment of ministers of Moriah chapel; papers relating to church and Sunday School attendance; other papers relating to the history of the chapel; photographs; other records; orders of service 1928-1988.
Eglwys Moriah, Ynystawe, Records
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Administrative / Biographical History
Eglwys Moriah was a Welsh Baptist Chapel in Ynystawe, Glamorgan, now in Swansea. The cause began with a Sunday School meeting in Ivy Cottage, Ynystawe, the house of William Lewis, as an off-shoot of Calfaria, Clydach, in 1877. This was successful, to the extent that a separate building (later the chapel vestry) was built in 1882 and a congregation was formed in 1888. A new chapel was built next to the old in 1928. The chapel closed in 2014.
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Compiled by Richard Burman for the ANW project. The following source was used in the compilation of this description: West Glamorgan Archive Service, Nonconformist, Baptist, Eglwys Moriah, Ynystawe, catalogue.
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