Charles Haddon Spurgeon passed away on January 31, 1892, but the influence of his faith lives on. He is not the Forgotten Spurgeon. Besides, he has been called the Prince of Preachers, the Heir of the Puritans, the Peoples Preacher, the Preacher who had Communion with Christ and his people, and one who lived by revealed truth. It is the studied purpose of this author to offer a documentary history of Spurgeon and the working church, to show that Spurgeon believed wholeheartedly in a healthy balance between doctrine and practice, by selecting the addresses, sermons, and testimonies that best cover the twenty-five years of Spurgeons pastorate and the working church at the Metropolitan Tabernacle from 185479. This current publication incorporates primary source material from the Metropolitan Tabernacle Minute Books of Church & Annual Church Meetings 185482, The Sword and the Trowel, and the Memorial Volume, 1879.