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Metropolitan United Church - Toronto


56 Queen Street East
Toronto, Ontario, M5C 2Z3

Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen Street East, two blocks east of Yonge St. in downtown Toronto. It is easily accessible by streetcar or the Queen St. subway station on the Yonge line. Parking is available in the lot on the east side of the church.

The organ (Casavant opus 1367) was built in 1930. In November of 1998, a gallery division of 7 stops was installed as a gift from the Newcourt Credit Group in honour of long-time Metropolitan member Ronald McKinlay. This instrument, still the largest in Canada, has a tonal palette which places it among the finest recital instruments in the country. Comprising five manuals and pedal, the organ contains 120 stops, 131 ranks and 8092 pipes.


Casavant Opus 1367 (1930)