W.E. Sangster, Reverend, William E. Sangster (1900 – 1960), was a British Methodist preacher who was known for calling the Methodist denomination to stick to its Biblical roots during the 20th century rather than cave to religious compromise. He eventually became the pastor of London’s Westminster Central Hall in 1939. His sermons were regularly stopped by bombings in London and sometimes he preached through them. In 1949, Sangster was elected leader of the Methodist Conference of Great Britain where he emphasized evangelism and spiritual growth. He was an early supporter of the evangelist Billy Graham when many other clergymen in Great Britain were critical of Graham.
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