Updated through online information from John C. Ball. -- The Facade pipes are ALL original and were repaired as needed by B. Rule Organ Co. The organ is in excellent condition and played each Sunday.
Updated through online information from Will Dunklin. -- Organ was removed from the church in the summer of 2010 by B Rule & Company, New Market, Tennessee. The organ went to their shop for total renovation. The original stop list was unchanged except that a period appropriate Felgemaker 8' Oboe (reed) replaced the original labial Oboe. The chests were retabled. The mechanical key and stop actions were restored. The double rise bellows and feeders were releathered. Many of the 50+ facade pipes had been mangled: some required replacement, the rest were repaired and all repainted. The church chose not to have the case stripped and refinished even though the finish on the case is relatively recent and of amateurish quality. The organ was reinstalled in the original position in January 2011.
Updated through online information from Thomas L. DeLay. -- When I visited in 1999/2000 the organ was in use and in excellent condition.
Status Note: There 1993
Restored by Miller Pipe Organ, Louisville, KY.