Archive Audio Sermons

Recorded sermons from past ministers.

Archive Audio Sermons

Metropolitan has been blessed with a rich heritage of preaching. On this page we have a number of audio recordings of sermons from our past ministers.

Maurice Boyd

BOYD--R. Maurice, 77, of New York City and Tobermory, Ontario died on March 24, 2009 at New York Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Boyd was a preacher, author, and lecturer of international renown, and created a radio ministry that engaged listeners throughout the tri-state area. His service spanned over sixty years and included positions as the Senior Minister of Metropolitan Church in London, Ontario, Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York, and ultimately, The City Church, New York, an independent, inter-denominational organization founded in 1993. (From the New York Times obituary)

What Easter Gives Back To Us - March 30th, 1986

Happy at Home - March 11th, 1984

Fearful Symmetry - March 4th, 1984

Tough Shoes for Rough Roads - January 22nd, 1984

The Road Not Taken - January 2nd, 1983

The Land of Lost Content - December 23rd, 1979

The Piper at Gates of Dawn - March 20th, 1977

George Goth

REV. GEORGE W. GOTH, BD. was the Minister of Metropolitan United Church, London, from 1948 until his retirement in 1975. Dr. Goth was born and attended public and high schools in Ottawa, received his BA from McGill University, and BD from Union Theological Seminary, New York. His first charge was in the Ottawa Valley at Quyon. He later served at Pakenham; St. Paul's United Church, Brandon, Westmount Park Church, Montreal, then eventually settled here in London.

The following three sermons are the earliest sermon for which we have recordings, even though they are from the end of Dr. Goth's time as the Minister of Metropolitan.

For Such A Time As This - June 15th, 1975

From Bondage to Freedom - February 23rd, 1975

The Call of the Deep - February 4th, 1973