New Park Street Chapel

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New Park Street Chapel after Spurgeon made it bigger

The New Park Street Chapel was a Reformed Baptist church in Southwark, London. It was built in 1833. The Metropolitan Tabernacle at Elephant and Castle still worships there.

Pastors both past & present[change | change source]

  • William Rider, c1653-c1665 (12 yrs)
  • Benjamin Keach, 1668-1704 (36 yrs)
  • Benjamin Stinton, 1704-1718 (14 yrs)
  • Dr. John Gill, 1720-1771 (51 yrs)
  • Dr. John Rippon, 1773-1836 (63 years)
  • Joseph Angus, 1837-1839 (2 yrs)
  • James Smith, 1841-1850 (8 ½ yrs)
  • William Walters, 1851-1853 (2 yrs)
  • Charles Spurgeon, 1854-1892 (38 yrs)
  • Arthur Tappan Pierson 1891-1893
  • Thomas Spurgeon, 1893-1908 (15 yrs)
  • Archibald G Brown, 1908-1911 (3 yrs)
  • Dr. Amzi Clarence Dixon, 1911-1919 (8 years)
  • Harry Tydeman Chilvers, 1919-1935 (15 ½ yrs)
  • Dr. W Graham Scroggie, 1938-1943 (5 yrs)
  • W G Channon, 1944-1949 (5 yrs)
  • Gerald B Griffiths, 1951-1954 (3yrs)
  • Eric W Hayden, 1956-1962 (6 yrs)
  • Dennis Pascoe 1963-1969 (6 yrs)
  • Dr. Peter Masters, 1970-present

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