Our Organ

Originally Casavant No. 333 built in 1908, the Wesley-Knox organ was completely rebuilt and enlarged by Guibault-Thèrien Facteurs d’Orgues of St. Hyacinthé, Quebec, in 1996. It now comprises some 56 stops spread over three manuals and pedals and is one of the most powerful and versatile instruments in the city, capable of not only leading worship but rendering organ literature from every time and place.

A full specification of the Wesley-Knox organ is available here.

Members of the Junior Choir enjoy “Organ Day” where they get to learn about the organ and hear all the sounds it makes!