Updated through online information from Pastor Luther C. Mason.
For an organ built over 132 years ago, it still has great sound and beauty, the Greenstone UMC, doesn't have a regular organist to play every Sunday, but has a couple guest organist that play on special occasions.
Updated through online information from T. Daniel Hancock. -- The Stopt Diapason, October 1982, reports that the Trumpet and Clarionet are both enclosed in the Swell box, and that the Clarionet only goes to tenor-c. There are three couplers.
Citations Chairman Stephen Schnurr reports the congregation merged with two others and is now known as the Greenstone United Methodist Church, using the Pullman church building.
Status Note: There 1984
Originally called Greenstone Church. Rebuilt (or restored?) by Roderer 1967.
Sanctuary Interior, Chancel, and Organ Case: (1890's) Archival Photograph; image courtesy of Pastor Luther C. Mason.