There are names in this book which will not be found in the Minutes of Conference. For some, the way of service has led to other communions, where they have felt that they could best employ their gifts.
Others, again, have been unable to give themselves to the work and responsibilities of the separated ministry. To them the life of a layman offers many opportunities of service to their fellow-men.
But none of these changes can loosen the bond which binds all the members of the family to one another and to Wesley House.
M Helen Hughes May 1941