After facing an extended period of deferred maintenance on the Parish’s building and grounds, the community of Saint John’s Episcopal Church has embarked on an ambitious capital campaign to address those identified needs. As part of that campaign, lighting will be installed in one of the parking lots, the bathrooms will become handicap accessible and the narthex of the building will be demolished and rebuilt. In rethinking the entrance to the church via an extended new narthex, it was decided that area in the nearly back half of the Sanctuary could become a flexible space for Baptism, gathering and fellowship. To open this space up, it was necessary to remove the current pipe organ. Hence, the desire to find a new home for the instrument at NO CHARGE whatsoever. Not as part of the Capital Campaign, a donor has come forward to provide a different and fine, instrument for the space. Once the contract is signed, information on the new instrument will be announced! Stay tuned!
A description of the current organ, including stop list, is attached.Moller-Organ-Opus-11241-with-additions-available-for-FREE-to-a-good-home