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Great Britain: Church History and Wales

Gadfields Elm Chapel

Gadfield Elm Chapel

After breaking camp we headed out on a beautiful drive through western England and eastern Wales. We started by going to a church history site, Gadfield Elm Chapel. This is where almost the entire congregation of the United Brethren joined the church by baptism in 1840 after hearing the gospel preached by Wilford Woodruff. Since we were the only people visiting, Addy and Payton decided this would be a good time to share their testimonies with us.

Testimonies

Testimonies

Landyn spent his time in the chapel exploring and playing dress up so he could feel what it was like in the 1800s living in England.

Constable Landyn

Constable Landyn

After spending time at the chapel we went on a scenic drive through western England and Wales. One of the funny moments of the day was when we told the kids, “We are going to eat in Wales.” Addy responding, “I don’t want to eat whales!” To which I responded, “We are not going to eat whales, we are going to eat in Wales.” Payton then said in disgust, “EWWW, I don’t want to eat IN whales!”

Eating in Wales

Eating in Wales

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