The Sanctuary Organ
The organ was built by M. P. Möller of Hagerstown, Maryland, beginning in 1969 and concluding in 1972. Its construction was under written by the generosity of Cora and David Crock, and it has served the congregation and the community in Sunday worship, in festival musical offerings and in many recitals and concerts throughout the years.
The renovated organ is one of the largest pipe organs in the city of Appleton, comprising three manuals, 46 stops and 58 ranks. It is beautifully integrated into the sanctuary, both visually and acoustically, and provides a powerful and cherished center for worship music, a venue for recitals and concerts, and an instrument for the teaching of organ. Read more about our Our Möller Organ.