Updated through online information from John McCraney.
As of November 2016 the church had sent out a request for contributions towards restoration. The estimate is that the complete restoration could cost as much as 1.5 million dollars. According to the flyer, the organ has 50+ ranks.
Updated through online information from James R. Stettner. -- The top manual has been at least covered, and possibly removed, and its drawknobs in the left jamb are no longer present. The case, remaining stops, two manuals and pedals, chests, action, and pipework are present - though some of the pipework is missing and some is quite damaged. The church evidently had a fire, and portions of the case have been repainted. The church uses an electronic substitute placed in front of the handsome case. Could still be restored with some effort.
From Independent Presbyterian, Savannah, 1889; altered tonally. Was set up in the 1856 Philadelphia Exposition in National Hall, Market Street below 13th. Stoplist in Richmond.
Organ in gallery; case: Photograph courtesy of Georgia Benton, church historian. Taken on 2001-06-26