"The Sisters of the People" - Their Organisation and Work - Care of Children - Clubs and othei Institutions for Boys and Girls - The Guild of the Brave Poor Things - Rescue Work Services in a Theatre

Few of the efforts of the Wesleyan Church have been more successful than that of the West London Mission, which was founded by the Rev. Hugh Price Hughes in 1887.

The "Sisters of the People," that self-sacrificing band of workers called together by Mr. Hughes in his efforts to help the poor, are in very deed the sisters of the people amongst whom they live. They understand their lives, and realise that men and women are composed of body, soul, and spirit, and that it is impossible to minister to the one without knowledge of, and care for, the other two.