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Real Christianity: Faith That Works

Howard Satterthwaite

There's so much misunderstanding about Christianity, both outside and inside the church. There are counterfeit expressions of the Christian faith all over the place, acting as delusions and distortions of the original. At Westminster Chapel, we want the real thing; not a cheap...

Come and Work for Us!

Rebecca Tan

We are currently recruiting for a number of paid roles at the Chapel. This is a fun opportunity to be part of our core staff team of approx. ten people, serving God in the centre of London. Whether you've worked in a...

Our History

Westminster Chapel

Dr George Campbell Morgan famously closed his last sermon at Westminster Chapel with a declaration that while he was leaving, God's presence was surely not! Indeed, God has been faithful all through Westminster Chapel's 170-year history. It was a time of hope...

Service Changes

Howard Satterthwaite

As a church we're constantly seeking to hear from God to change whatever He wants transformed to better serve His purposes. We don't believe in 'sacred cows' here. It's with that in mind we've felt called to make an exciting...

An Incalculable Legacy: Remembering Dr Michael Eaton

Westminster Chapel

Our hearts are heavy following the news of Michael Eaton's passing last week in Johannesburg, South Africa. Michael was attending a conference when he had a heart attack, and was cared for by doctors and nurses, and visited by family and close friends,...

Be Prepared for Big Life Decisions

Guest Blogger

The notes below are from a recent Students & Twenties evening, looking at Being Prepared to Make Big Life Decisions. By Katherine Allen Romans 8:28 “And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God,...

The City

The City is our church’s social networking site. It is not a replacement for community but a tool to help us to get into each other’s lives and spend quality time together.

Latest Sermons

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