We spent our last day in England in London and had a great time! We began by seeing all the major sights like Big Ben, the London Eye, etc. Then Alex toured Westminster Abbey while I got some coffee (I had already toured it when I studied abroad in London). Then we went to Spurgeon's church, the Metropolitan Tabernacle. It was closed, but luckily, one of the kind secretaries who worked at the church let us in and gave us a brief tour. She updated us on everything the church is doing now and how God has continued to work there over the years!
After that, we went to Bunhill fields (a non-conformist burial site) and then on to see where Spurgeon and his wife Susannah are buried. It was really impactful to see the graves of people who God used so much. Whenever I see graves like theirs, it always causes me to reflect on what I want my legacy to be. I long for my legacy to be that I loved Christ and loved others. Here's a few of my favorite pictures:
Other pictures from our phones that Alex took in Westminster Abbey and I took in St. Paul's: