Updated through online information from James R. Stettner. -- The organ is in a chamber in the front left corner of the church. There are two facades: the larger encased facade is on the nave side. The pipe fence facade is over the keydesk on the chancel side. The stoplist is quite generous. The organ has 12 foot trundles controlling the water motor (now gone), chimes (added 20th cent. on T-P action), manual and pedal combinations, octave couplers, and the Swell Tremulant. Source: extant organ documented March, 1988.