City Mission - The Story of London's Welsh Chapels

Huw Edwards

City Mission - The Story of London's Welsh Chapels

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Awdur: Huw Edwards

ISBN: 9781784611743
Dyddiad Cyhoeddi: 29 Medi 2015
Cyhoeddwr: Y Lolfa, Tal-y-bont
Fformat: Clawr Meddal, 244x168 mm, 368 tudalen
Iaith: Saesneg

Olrheinir hanes capeli Cymraeg Llundain gan y darlledwr Huw Edwards. Mae'n archwilio dechreuadau'r Cymry yn y ddinas, patrwm mudo'r Cymry i Lundain o'r gorffennol i'r presennol, dylanwad Howel Harris ar Fethodistiaid cynnar a'r traddodiad pregethu Cymreig. Disgrifir yn fanwl achosion Cymraeg a Chymreig y brifddinas.

Tabl Cynnwys:
Chapter 1: FLOW
An overview of Welsh migration to London since Tudor times

Chapter 2: BEGINNINGS
Howel Harris and early Welsh preaching in London

Chapter 3: OUT OF THE WILDERNESS
The move from Wilderness Row to Jewin Crescent

Chapter 4: JOURNEY TO JEWIN
The story of Jewin, London’s oldest Welsh chapel

Chapter 5: FROM LAMBETH TO BOROUGH
The roots of London’s Independent Welsh chapels

Chapter 6: DOCKERS
The dockyard origins of Woolwich, Deptford and Lewisham chapels

Chapter 7: SAILORS’ SERMONS
The sailors’ services which led to the Cambrian, Crosby Row and Falmouth Road chapels

Chapter 8: EAST ENDERS
London’s East End and the chapels of Poplar, Mile End, East Ham, Stratford, Walthamstow and Leytonstone

Chapter 9: ELFED’S KINGDOM
The Independents in Fetter Lane and ‘Capel Elfed’ at King’s Cross

Chapter 10: DAIRY DISPUTES
How modest Nassau Street chapel became mighty Charing Cross Road

Chapter 11: BAPTIST BASTION
The story of the Welsh Baptist powerhouse in Eastcastle Street

Chapter 12: POINTS WEST
The bustling world of Radnor Walk, Walham Green, Hammersmith and Ealing chapels

Chapter 13: BEYOND THE JUNCTION
An expanding Welsh community sustains Clapham Junction, Battersea Rise, and Sutton chapels

Chapter 14: NORTHERN PANORAMA
A panorama of north London includes chapels at Wilton Square, Barrett’s Grove, Islington, Holloway, Wood Green, Willesden, Wembley, Harrow and Cockfosters

Chapter 15: WESLEY’S WAYS
The Wesleyan Methodists built one of London’s grandest Welsh chapels in City Road

Chapter 16: ANGLICAN ENCLAVES
The little-known story of London’s Welsh-speaking Anglican churches
Bywgraffiad Awdur:
BAFTA award-winning Welsh journalist Huw Edwards is known to most of the British public as a BBC News anchor and television presenter of notable events, such as the royal wedding of 2011 and the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games. His interest in Welsh history and religion is reflected in another type of television programming, such as documentaries about Owain Glyndŵr, Lloyd George, Gladstone and Disraeli, and the history series The Story of Wales (2012). He won a Royal Television Society award for best live programme of 2014, with D-Day 70. He is President of the London Welsh Trust.
Gwybodaeth Bellach:
The book will also appraise their contribution since the 1770s and review the current position and projections for the future. Includes c.180 photographs.

Wilderness Row
Surrey
Jewin Crescent
Jewin
Lambeth
Borough
Woolwich
Deptford
Lewisham
Cambrian
Crosby Row
Falmouth Road
Poplar
Mile End
East Ham
Stratford
Walthamstow
Leytonstone
Fetter Lane
‘Capel Elfed’ at King’s Cross
Nassau Street
Charing Cross Road
Eastcastle Street
Radnor Walk
Walham Green
Hammersmith
Ealing
Clapham Junction
Battersea Rise
Sutton chapels
Wilton Square
Barrett’s Grove
Islington
Holloway
Wood Green
Willesden
Wembley
Harrow
Cockfosters
City Road