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RELIGION
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The Mission Hall (Penticostal Chapel)













The Mission Hall was leased for the sum of £2.13.6 on a 99 year term (less 3 days) from 1 July 1865 by Mr Thomas Williams and others, from Guest Keen & Nettlefolds Limited, a successor to the Dowlais Iron Company,

The Penticostal Mission Church, known as the Mission Hall, which had an open out-door baptismal pool, was founded on 25 August 1932. The building was originally the colliery Ambulance Hall and Band Club. However, prior to the move to this building, a small group, led by Pastor David Thomas, first held meetings in the disused Fochriw School in 1926.
A view, from the top of the red-ash tip, of the location of the future ambulance hall and subsequently the Mission Hall of the Assemblies of God
Interior View prior to modifications
A recent view
Same view as above at the time of opening as the colliery Ambulance Hall in
Baptism in the outdoor pool Pastor Davy Thomas officiating. Date unknown
Baptism of Ted Price who had both legs amputated as a result of WWI injuries
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