top of page

Our Instruments

Sanctuary Organ

From May through August 2005, a new pipe organ was installed and voiced in the sanctuary by Casavant Frères of St.-Hyacinthe, Québec. This instrument of four manuals and 118 ranks, with 6,288 pipes, is designed to reproduce faithfully the rich, vibrant, and thrilling sounds of 19th-century French organs, especially those of Aristide Cavaillé-Coll. The sanctuary organ is the gift of an anonymous donor in honor of former Senior Minister Dr. Herbert B. Anderson and his wife, Mary Lou S. Anderson.

 

To view the complete specification, click here.

Chapel Organ

In November 1994, Guilbault-Thérien of St-Hyacinthe, Québec, was commissioned to build a new organ for our chapel of two manuals, 19 stops, and 26 ranks. By May 1996, the organ had been completely assembled, voiced and tuned in the chapel. The organ’s design was influenced by small French organs of the 19th century, especially the “orgues de choeur” whose purpose was to accompany choral singing. 


To view the complete specification, click here.

Our semi-weekly Newsletter delivers Brick Church news to your inbox.
Sign Up Here
(Opt out anytime)

Thanks for submitting!

bottom of page