8’ Open Diapason
8’ Doppel Floete
8’ Celeste 
4’ Octave
4’ Flute
2’ Super Octave 
Mixture III
Trompette 8’

Swell to Great 16’
Swell to Great 8’
Swell to Great 4’
Great to Great 16’
Great to Great 4’
Great pistons 1-4
General Pistons 5-8

Swell (encl.)
16’ Bourdon 
8’ Stopped Diapason 
8’ Salicional 
8’ Celeste 
4’ Principal
4’ Flute D’Amour
2’ Principal
2’ Flautino
1’ Sharp Mixture III
16’ Contre Trompette
8’ Trompette
8’ Oboe
8’ Vox Humana

Swell to Swell 16’
Swell to Swell 4’
Swell Pistons 1-5
General Pistons 1-4
Swell to Pedal Piston

32’ Resultant 
16’ Bourdon 
16’ Lieblich Gedeckt
8’ Gedeckt
16’ Contre Trompette
8’ Trompette
4’ Clarion 

Great to Pedal 8’
Swell to Pedal 8’
Swell to Pedal 4’
Great to Pedal Piston 
Crescendo Pedal

The renovation was done by Ericksen, Christian and Associates of Chicago, IL. 
The renovated organ addressed electrical and tonal deficiencies of the 1923 
Möller Organ. All electro-pneumatic action was converted to MIDI digital 
technology, which corrected the dead notes and corroded wires. Tonal improvements 
were made in all areas. The 32’ Resultant, 8’ Gedeckt, 16’ Contre Trompette, 
8’ Trompette, 4’ Clarion, were new additions to the pedal stops. The 
4’ and 2’ Principal, 1’ Sharp Mixture III, 16’ Contre Trompette, and 8’ Trompette 
were all new stops added to the Swell division. The Mixture III and Trompette 8’ 
were new additions to the Great division. On all keyboards, divisional and general 
pistons were added as well as 100 MIDI digital memory levels. The organ renovations 
allowed for a wider variety of organ literature and variations in hymn playing. 

[Received from Adam Johnson August 14, 2018]
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