Tues. February 3 1761. ? About noon I preached at Harston, five miles beyond Cambridge. Here Mr Berridge's labour has not been in vain. Several have found peace with God; and a more artless, loving people I have seldom seen. They were gathered from all parts. It pleased God to give a manifestation of his love to one woman in the midst of the sermon. She praised God aloud and inflamed many hearts with love and thankfulness.
In the evening I preached at Melbourn, another small town, about four miles from Harston. Many from Harston walked thither, and from the neighbouring villages; and surely God was in the midst of them, just as in our Bristol congregations at the beginning.
From John Wesley's Journal.
The signs of God John Wesley found here must have come through John Berridge since 1759.