This chapter examines Hensley Henson's career as pastor of Barking Church in London, England. Henson had boundless energy and was so articulate that he could give four or five addresses in a day on different subjects. He was fertile with ideas and he created a series of clubs for men, women, and children, with gymnasium, library, and reading room. After Barking, Henson also served as pastor at Ilford.
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