Identified through online information from James R. Stettner. -- The organ is installed in the rear gallery against the back wall with the choir seated in front. The exposed pipework shows the Great (left) and Pedal 8'/4' Principal unit plus the Positiv (right) in front of the Swell enclosure. The Great 8' Trumpet is dead center between the divided, exposed pipes. The Pedal 16' Bourdon basses are at the extreme left - almost hidden. The balance of the Bourdon is on top of the swellbox along with the II Pedal mixture. Mayland chimes were added as a memorial gift by Meadway & Stettner Pipe Organs of Monroe, Washington ca. 2001. They were suspended from roof support trusses in front of the organ. Due to a faulty chimes keyboard, the chimes had to be regulated regularly. In 2006, they were removed to a beam over the swellbox for easier access, which necessitated reconfiguring the placement of the 16' Bourdon extension, II Pedal mixture, and their regulator. That faulty keyboard has since been replaced. The Great 2' Spillflote and Positive 2' Principal were swapped later in 2006. Otherwise, the organ is unaltered.
Pipe Display: Photo from church website; used with permission and submitted by James R. Stettner. Taken on 2008-12-23
Pedal 16' Bordun and 8' Geigend Prinzipal pipes atop swellbox. June, 1994: Photograph by James R. Stettner.