At Saundersfoot, united meetings were conducted during last week. The local ministers have been supported by a united choir and sometimes a number of young converts from an outlying chapel. At Friday night's meeting, held in the Bethany C. M. Chapel, the Rev. H Rees appealed to members of the congregation to rise and confess Christ. One young lady in the gallery responded, and this was the commencement of much revival fervour, which lasted until about 10.00pm, five more persons signifying their resolve to become Christians. The young converts subsequently held a meeting in Post Office square, singing and praying until after 11.00pm, and during that time five more converts were made, and entered boldly into the ring. The mission, which was to have been closed on Friday night, will be continued. Among the converts are some of the worst characters in the place.
From, 'The South Wales Daily News', 10th January 1905.