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Sunday 2nd May, services at 11am & 6.30pm: Dr Peter Masters 

Public services are continuing at the Tabernacle. Please see link for arrangements and precautions. New visitors wishing to attend should phone (020 7735 7076) or email ( and ask for a ticket. Services will also be streamed online. Sunday Schools and Bible Classes have now resumed in person at the Tabernacle and branches (with precautions). Monday and Saturday prayer meetings on Zoom until further notice.

Worship services can be viewed live on our Sunday and Wednesday webcasts. Full services are also available for download.

Deaf: All public services signed in BSL.
Simultaneous translation of services into Spanish, Chinese, Portuguese, French, Farsi.
Students: Tea on Sundays at 5.00pm for students attending the 6.30pm evangelistic service remains suspended.

Recent sermons

Sunday PM May 9, 2021

Everyone’s Appointed Course

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The struggle for the soul, says the Bible, is like an Olympic wrestling match, yet many do not even begin the search for God, and opposing influences win the day. Here is how God enables us to come through all resistance to find His pardon and love.
Sunday AM May 9, 2021

God Glorified in the Church

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The true church is a demonstration to the world of God's glory. Human nature prefers to vaunt personalities, preachers, even musicians and their produce, but our God-given role is to show the fruits of the converting and sanctifying work within us. 
Wednesday PM May 5, 2021

How to Reason with Ourselves

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
What accounts for Saul's resistance to God? But there are the same tendencies even in us as believers. Supremely, in these chapters, are the four arguments of Abigail to deter David from sin, the same arguments so useful to us in restraining ourselves from temptation.
Sunday PM May 2, 2021

Readiness for the Afterlife

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Just as we came into the world with nothing, so we shall leave it. When we appear as souls before our Maker, how will we be provided for? Will we have a Saviour, a pardon for all sin, and eternal life?
Sunday AM May 2, 2021

The Christian’s Daily Need

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The apostle prays that believers will have Christ in their hearts (here explained), and rooted and grounded in love for Him, we will know more of His for us. Here is the scope of the breadth, length, depth and height of that love.

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Articles & Books

Should churches comply?
by Dr Peter Masters

What of the government instructions about coronavirus? It is now that doubts begin to rise, and various voices in the Christian world begin to question the almost universal compliance with government rules on the part of churches. >Read more

Worthy the Lamb
by Christopher Laws

53 recently-composed hymn tunes. The majority have been tried in the Metropolitan Tabernacle services, before being adopted into regular worship. >Read more

Wonders of Grace
by C H Spurgeon

Drawn from the early years of Spurgeon’s remarkable London ministry, these 138 testimonies of conversion form part of an archive of some 15,000 such accounts at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. >Read more

Compassion for Souls
by Dr Peter Masters

It is amazing how much detailed and practical guidance is stored in the Gospels and the Book of Acts for all who engage in personal witness and preaching. Are we aware that the Lord Jesus Christ employed distinctive strategies for different kinds … >Read more

How could it be that God allowed the Fall, and all the evil, disobedience and horror that was brought into the world, when our first parents fell? How was it that sin was ever permitted in the first place? >Read more

This is for people who want to find the Lord. The author shows that finding God is not a vague matter, for there is a definite way of salvation provided by God, and revealed in the Bible. >Read more

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