London Metropolitan Tabernacle -
A Central London Baptist Reformed Church
Founded c1650. Pastored by C H Spurgeon 1854-1892. A large central London Baptist Reformed Church proclaiming the Gospel of Christ and the doctrines of grace.
Main Public Services
||Service with teaching ministry
||Children's Sunday Schools, Young People's Bible Classes, College Class and Young Adults' Doctrine Class
Sermons Online (Audio and Video)
A large number of audio and video sermons are available for free download from our Sermons Online Library
Live sermons for our Bible Studies and services during the Lord's Day can be viewed online. Live -Broadcast
The Tabernacle is opposite the Northern Line Tube station and shopping centre at Elephant & Castle, and across the roundabout from the Bakerloo Line Tube station.
is available at the rear of the Tabernacle. Access is via Brook Drive or Oswin Street.
Sunday morning service creche 11.00am
Sunday evening creche 6.30pm
Video relay rooms operate during both the Sunday services and the Wednesday Bible Study for parents with young children
Tea is provided for students coming to the Sunday evening service. 5.00pm. All students welcome.
Wheelchair stairlift and ramp at the main entrance.
Audio and Video Ministry
DVDs and CDs of the Sunday services (sermons only) are available in the Bookshop immediately following the Sunday evening service, and CDs of the Wednesday Bible Study are also available immediately after the meeting.
BSL interpreters are present for all public (Lord's day and Wednesday) services. The Deaf Fellowship also meets every Sunday afternoon at 3pm. Special meetings take place some Saturdays - see Deaf website.
Contact Andrew Owen for more details on fax: 020 7735 7989 or email email@example.com
An induction loop is installed in the main sanctuary and in the lecture hall. This can be accessed by switching your hearing aid to 'T'.
Bible Studies and both services during the Lord's Day are simultaneously interpreted in Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, French and Korean.
A great selection is available from the Metropolitan Tabernacle Bookshop