Hellier, Benjamin

Hellier, Benjamin an English Methodist preacher, was born at Wick, St. Lawrence, near Bristol in 1825; in 1844 entered Richmond College; in 1847 was appointed assistant tutor at Dedsbury, and from that time, with the exception of six years spent in the ministry, he was employed in the various departments of the Theological Institution. In 1884 he delivered the Fernly lecture on The Universal Mission of the Church of Christ. He died March 8, 1888.

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