Metropolitan United’s pipe organ is a cornerstone of Met's musical ministry. It is the largest instrument in Canada and is in almost unaltered tonal condition, lending it great heritage significance. Built by Casavant Frères of Quebec in 1930, the organ has a rich orchestral tonal palette typical of the North American tradition at the time. There are 8,333 pipes, and around 500 miles of wire.

Our organ is more than a showpiece and historical treasure; it is played every day by Metropolitan United’s organists, by music students, and by guest recitalists from around the world. The organ’s many moods and sounds can be heard during our weekly Sunday service as well as during some our Thursday Noon at Met concert series.

The specifications of Met's organ can be found here.

Met's Minister of Music Emerita, Patricia Wright, gives a tour of the organ: