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Rev. Connie Happell | Ecclesiastes 3:1-15


Organs at First Presbyterian

First Presbyterian is home to two organs: one in the sanctuary and one in the chapel. The sanctuary organ is a magnificent instrument of 56 stops built by the Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company of Boston in 1964 and revised by Williams Pipe Organs of New Orleans in 1976 with the addition of 15 ranks. The instrument has 3342 individual pipes ranging in size from 32 feet tall to just barely 1/4 of an inch. This instrument provides commanding leadership during our 11:00 sanctuary worship service, leading congregational singing, accompanying the choir and beautifully rendering many periods of organ literature during the prelude and postlude. For more information, please read about the sanctuary organ stop list and the chapel organ stop list.