Did you know Holy Communion has a pipe organ? While the pipes are not visible from the pews, Holy Communion is the home of the 1924 Möller pipe organ, Opus 4022. This organ incorporates pipes from an even more historic 1893 Farrand and Votey organ. The organ consists of three manuals, 4 divisions, and 71 registers.
The State of our Organ
As part of our “Next 150” Campaign, the vestry has determined to prioritize the restoration and augmentation of our organ.. The organ is one of our most historic assets, and a system that is in need of some significant care. You can learn about it’s current state in this video: