Harvest Thanksgiving at Denaby.

September 1901

Mexborough and Swinton Times, September 20.

Harvest Thanksgiving at Denaby.

The Harvest Thanksgiving services at the Primitive Methodist Chapel were held last Sunday, Mr J Crossley, of Swinton, occupying the pulpit.

The Chapel was full in the evening, and the preacher discoursed eloquently, basing his remarks on the fourth chapter of Saint Mark.

Mr G Pilling ably rendered the solo “O Lord, how manifold are thy works,” (Wells), the customary appropriate hymns were sung from the hymnal.

The pulpit was beneath an arch, adorned with ferns, evergreens, wheat, dahlias, etc; whilst in front of the pulpit was a small gallery neatly adorned with fruit, flowers, vegetables, bread, etc, which are presented a most inviting appearance.

On Monday evening the customary public meeting was well, and afterwards there was a sale of fruit in the Chapel











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