Bryn Sion Chapel
The following images are from the Bryn Sion Chapel:
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The building of the chapel was a result of a revival of Dafydd Morgan in 1859, it started in Pentwyn Bach Chapel.

Opening of a New Chapel 09.05.1863

Bryn Sion, the newly erected Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, was opened for divine service on Sunday last. Special services were held both on Sunday and Monday. The meetings were crowdedly attended and good collections were made. The following gentlemen preached on the occasion David Howells, Swansea; D. Price, Siloa, Aberdare John James, Penybont; J. Lewis, Rhymney Moses Thomas Tregaron and John Jones, Llanedi.

The chapel was built by Mr. John Edwards of Aberdare, and its interior will certainly bear comparison for artistic finish and prettiness of design with any chapel in South Wales.

Trecynon, musical 03.02.1906

Mr. Jenkin Morris, the clever young musician who has settled at Cardiff as a Professor of Music, in addition to holding the position of precentor at a Cardiff Church, holds also the important position of conductor of the celebrated Blue Ribbon Choir, a position that was held by Mr. Proud for about 18 years. Mr. Morris, who hails from Trecynon, will be remembered -is organist formerly of Bryn Seion. Chapel. Mr. Morris' principal musical event was to couch and conduct the Cardiff Blue Ribbon Choir in a very fine performance of Elgar's very difficult "King Olaf," at the Park Hall last Wednesday. No doubt his Aberdare friends will be pleased to hear of his success.