In that case, I suggest that was Frederick Woodason Woodward (1846-1914). On the night of the 1911 census he was visiting Henry Addenbrook Wassell at his home at Addenbrook Villa, Oldswinford, Stourbridge, Worcestershgire and was described as an "Evangelist or Minister". He died on 5 Sep 1914 at Upper Welland, Malvern Wells, Worcestershire.
In the 1881, 1891, and 1901 censuses he was living in Hadlow, Kent and was described as a "Minister (at Mission Room)", "Minister of the Gospel, Undenominational" (and had a visitor, his first cousin, the missionary William Macdonald who was described the same), and "Minister, Travelling Evangelist Unsectarian".
For William Macdonald, see Echoes of Service, 1911 (p119) in an article entitled 'William McDonald (sic) of Penang' and Turning the World Upside Down Upperton Press 1972.