List of Stops (voices)
GREAT
Chimes
Montre 16
Principal 8
Bourdon * 8
Octave 4
Flute * 4
Super Octave 2
Mixture IV
Scharf IV
Trumpet 8
English Horn (Solo) 8
Tremulant
Swell to Great
Solo to Great
Positif to Great
Chancel Off Great
Great Original Pitch OFF
SWELL
Zimbelstern — reversible piston
Bourdon 16
Principal 8
Chimney Flute 8
Viola 8
Viola Celeste 8
Octave 4
Flute 4
Nazard 2 2/3
Spitzflute 2
Tierce 1 3/5
Mixture IV
Contra Trumpet 16
Trumpet 8
Oboe 8
Clarion 4
Tremulant
Swell to Swell 16
Swell to Swell 4
Swell Original Pitch OFF
Festival Trumpet (So) 8 -Reversibile piston
Tuba (Solo) * 8 -Reversibile piston
Positif to Swell
Chancel to Swell
SOLO
Celesta
Harmonic Flute 8
 Waldflute 8
 Gamba * 8
 Gamba Celeste * 8
 Spitzflute 8
 Flute Celeste 8
 Flute 4
 Trumpet * 8
Clarinet 8
 Vox Humana 8
 Clarion 4
 Tremulant
 Festival Trumpet 8 – High pressure – en chamade
 Tuba * 8
 Solo 16
 Solo Original Pitch OFF
 Solo 4
 Great to Solo
 Swell to Solo 16
 Swell to Solo 8
 Swell to Solo 4
 Chancel to Solo
 Positif Off Solo
 PEDAL
 Major Bass 32
 Bourdon 32
 Principal 16
 Montre (Gt) 16
 Subbass 16
 Bourdon (Sw) 16
 Violone (Sw) 16
 Octave 8
 Bourdon (Sw) 8
 Viola (Sw) 8
 Super Octave 4
 Flute 4
 Posaune 32
 Trombone 16
 Contra Trumpet (Sw) 16
 Trumpet (Gt) 8
 Oboe (Sw) 4
 Great to Pedal
 Swell to Pedal
 Swell to Pedal 4
 Solo to Pedal
 Solo to Pedal 4
 Chancel to Pedal
 Positif to Pedal
 CHANCEL — Chancel normally plays from Great keys
 Montre 8
 Koppelflute 8
 Prestant 4
 Spitzflute 4
 Doublette 2
 Fourniture * IV
 Sesquialtera III
Tremulant
 POSITIF — Positif normally plays from Solo keys
 Gedeckt 8
 Gemshorn 8
 Koppelflute 4
 Piccolo 2
 Larigot 1 1/3
 Cromorne * 8
 Tremulant
 *        prepared for future addition

Chancel and Positif pipes are in wooden casework built by our firm, with architectural design assistance from James R. Wooten, beneath the round window behind the choir singers.  Chancel Montre pipes of aluminum and 70% tin form the front of the Chancel division.  Similar pipes of the Pedal Octave form the front of the Positif division. 

The organ was built in conjunction with a general renovation project during which the acoustics for congregational and choral singing were improved by the replacement of carpet and other absorbent surfaces with firm materials.