Chancel Organ

Our chancel organ is an Opus 173 by Schoenstein & Co. and was installed in 2018. Opus 173 includes many Schoenstein innovations, including a large “double expression” division of the Swell. The high-pressure stops are located in the rear of the Swell with their own additional set of shades. The richness of 8′ tone color and incredible dynamic range make this an instrument ideal for choral and congregational singing. The organ chamber contains 2,234 pipes made of wood and various metal alloys.

Continuo Organ

Our continuo organ was completed in 2018 by Bennett & Giuttari of Rehoboth, Massachusetts. Given to the glory of God by parishioner Katherine Magrini, this organ is used for performances such as Handel’s Messiah, Bach cantatas, and chamber music recitals.


Our harpsichord is a French double built by Knight Vernon and completed at his studio in Chicago in 2002. It can be heard at various early music performances and period pieces, including Handel’s Messiah.

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