Charles Simeon, rector of Holy Trinity, Cambridge, England, became the leader of the Evangelical movement in the Church of England and helped found the Church Missionary Society, which sent some of its early workers to Australia, China, India, New Zealand and Tanzania. His sermons were unfailingly Biblical, simple and passionate – though at first his preaching was so unpopular he was reviled in the streets.

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