Information about Our Organ:
The Gladys L. Dawson Memorial Organ
Designed, Built and Installed
by Holtkamp Organ Company, OP. 2019
The organ was delivered on
January 30, 1990, installed and used for the first time in worship on
March 18, and was dedicated on April 8, in a special service as well
as a dedicatory recital by guest organist, John Burkett.
The organ is a 2-manual, 23 rank, mechanical action (tracker) pipe organ with 1,171 pipes. There are many materials making up the organ: wood pipes are mahogany, metal pipes are tin, lead, and/or zinc, the keyboard is made of plumwood and palisander wood, the stop tablets are cherrywood, the toeboards are poplar and basswood ply, the trackers are fiberglass, the rollers are aluminum, the sliders are masonite, and the casework and chests are red oak and poplar, respectively.