The organ was originally built with a tubular-pneumatic action whose console was attached to the case of the pipes. The organ was rebuilt in 1992 by Miller Organ of Louisville. At that time the controller was detached and converted to an electro-mechanical action, moveable console. The organ was serviced May 2022 and found to be in good condition. It is in the original building.
This entry represents the electrification of an existing tubular-pneumatic instrument with conversion of the windchest action to electro-mechanical.