We are blessed with one of the finest pipe organs in the state. Built in 1972, the instrument was
handcrafted by the workshop of Karl Wilhelm of Montreal, Canada. Mr. Wilhelm learned his craft in
Germany and Switzerland; when he came to this continent, he began building instruments in the European
style of the 1600s and 1700s. Our instrument, with two manuals and pedal, is modeled after North
German organs of the late 1600s.

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We also have a Flemish style harpsichord, built in 1982 by Peter Tourin from materials
manufactured by the Hubbard workshop of Boston.

Two Steinway spinet pianos, in the Parish Hall and the Taplin auditorium, are available for
public use.