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The hymn-singing festivals


A selection of materials on the 'Gymanfa Ganu' or hymn-singing festivals of Ohio




The Saga of The Central South Welsh Congregational Association and Y Gymanfa, 1840-1954

This short book, prepared by the Rev. Vincent Jones D.D., charts the history of the churches of the Central South Welsh Congregational Association and the Gymanfa.

Browse through the book (English) >>



Various programs (in chronological order)

The Twelfth Annual Gymanfa Ganu
Columbus (1960)
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Nebo Congregational Church - 111 Years: The Welsh Gymanfa of The Central South East Ohio Association of The United Church of Christ
Nebo (1971)
English program >>

The One Hundredth Anniversary of the Welsh Gymanfa: The Annual Conference
Tyn Rhos and Nebo (1972)
English program >>
The program also includes some of the history of the Gymanfa and the chapels.

The One Hundred Third Gymanfa: The Annual Conference
Welsh-American Heritage Museum, Oak Hill (1975)
English program >>



Program (1975)

Forty-Ninth Annual Gymanfa Ganu Song Festival
Niles (1975)
English program >>

59th Annual Gymanfa Ganu: Gomer United Church of Christ
Gomer (1976)
English program >>

1776 - Bi-Centennial - 1976 Gymanfa Ganu Program
Youngstown [?]
English program >>



The 32nd Annual Gymanfa Ganu
Columbus (1980)
English program >>



Program (1981)

The One Hundred Ninth Gymanfa: The Annual Conference
Welsh-American Heritage Museum, Oak Hill (1981)
English program >>

The One Hundred Tenth Gymanfa: The Annual Conference
Tyn Rhos (1982)
English program >>

Fifty-Sixth Annual Gymanfa Ganu Welsh Hymn Festival: The Niles Gymanfa Ganu Association
Niles (1982)
English program >>



The Annual Gymanfa Ganu: Salem Presbyterian Church
Venedocia (1984)
English program >>

Gymanfa Ganu keeps heritage alive [Venedocia]
Newspaper cutting (English) >>


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