Our church is blessed with several beautiful musical instruments. Their fine qualities contribute to the overall worship experience. To learn more about them, read below.
The primary instrument is the 27 rank Fritzsche pipe organ in the Sanctuary. A good deal of the pipework is from the 1927 Estey organ installed when the chancel was reconfigured at that time. <Continue reading>
Sanctuary Grand Piano
The Howard Macauly family generously donated a truly fine piano to the church, a Blüthner Model 2 Concert Grand in 2008. It is used nearly every Sunday, and has attracted several musical groups, <Continue reading>
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An earlier piano in the sanctuary was a fine Yamaha Conservatory Grand, a gift from the Hidley family. It now resides in our Fellowship Hall, to be enjoyed for small gatherings and social events.
An anonymous gift of a fine Boston spinet piano is used in the Choir Room for rehearsals. It replaces the gift of an older Yamaha spinet piano that was beyond maintenance, but had served the choir well for many years.