This newspaper article explores the ministry of Methodist minister W.E. Sangster (1900-1960).
Sangster was a leading British Methodist preacher, writer and theologian. Early in his ministry, in 1935, Sangster had been called to minister at a large church in Leeds, as a successor to well-known Reverend Dr Leslie D. Weatherhead (1893-1976). Later, he became Minister at Methodist Central Hall in London. Sangster was a gifted preacher and prolific writer who published several books.