15. DIVINE SERVICE.
600 churches of the Church of England in London or its im¬
mediate vicinity, of which 100 are parish churches in the City,
50 parish churches in the Metropolitan district beyond, and 250
ecclesiastical parish or district churches or chapels, some connect¬
ed with asylums, missions, etc. Of the Nonconformist churches,
which are about equal in number, 250 arc Independent, 130 Bap¬
tist, 160 Wesleyan, and 50 Roman Catholic. — The hours named
after each church are those of divine service on Sundays; when
no hour is specified it is understood that the hours of the regular
Sunday services are 11 a.m. and 6. 30 p.m.
Baptist Chapels: — Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington Butts,
close to the Elephant and Castle (p. 67); Rev. C. H. Spurgean.
— Bloomsbury Chapel, Bloomsbury Street, Oxford Street (Rev. J.
T. Chown); services at 11, 3, and 7. — Park Square Chapel, Re¬
gent's Park (Dr. Landells); services at 11, 3, and 7.
Catholic Apostolic, or Irvingite, Churches: — Gordon
Square, Euston Road; services at 6, 10, 2, 4.15, 5, and 7. —
College Street. Chelsea; services at 6, 10, 5, and 7.
Congregationalists or Independents: — Union Chapel,
Islington (Rev. Dr. A lion); Westminster Chapel, James Street,
AVestminster (Rev. Samuel Martin); Tottenham Court Road Chapel
(Whitfield's); City Temple, Holborn Ariaduct (Dr. Parker); services
at 11 and 7. — Whitfield's Tabernacle, Tabernacle Row, Finsbury,
(Rev. Wm. Grigsby). — Kensington Chapel, Allen Street, Ken¬
sington (Dr. Raleigh). ■— Christ Church, AVestminster Bridge Road
(Rev. Newman Hall); services at 11, 3, and 6.30.
Friends or Quakers: — Meeting houses at 110 St. Martins
Lane, Trafalgar Square, and Devonshire House, 10 Bishopsgate
Street; services at 11 and 6.
Independents, see Congregationalists.
Irvingites, sec Catholic Apostolic Churches.
Jews : — Great Central Synagogue, 129 Great Portland Street.
— .'Yeio Synagogue, Great St. Helen's, St. Alary Axe, Leadenhall
Street. — West London Synagogue, 34 Upper Berkeley Street,
Edgeware Road. — Great Synagogue (German), Duke's Place, Aid-
gate. — Spanish and Portuguese Jea-s' Synagogue, Bcvis Marks, St.
Mary Axe. — Service begins at sunset on I'ridays.
Methodists : — Wesley's Chapel (AVesleyan), Warwick Gardens,
Kensington. — Brunsivick Chapel (New Connexion), 156 Great
Dover Street, Southwark (Rev. Alfred Collinson). — Elim Chapel
(Primitive Methodists), Fetter Lane, Fleet Street. — United Me¬
thodist Free Chapel, AVillow Street, Tabernacle Square, Moorgate;
services at 11 and 6. — United Free Chapel, Queen's Road, Bays-
water. — Welsh Calvinist Chapel, Nassau Street, Soho ; services at
10.45 and 6.30.
Presbyterians : — Neitional Scotch Church (Church of Scot¬
land), Crown Court, Long Acre (Dr. Gumming). — Regent Square