HPUMC's magnificent Dobson pipe organ, Opus 87 was dedicated, and used for the first time in worship, in November 2009. Since then it has fully-charged the traditional worship music program in the sanctuary, and has been a source of inspiration for all. The organ is regularly featured on Tower Arts concerts, and other special music events. We give thanks to God for this great instrument of sacred beauty, and celebrate the Lord's goodness as we lift our voices in songs of praise each Sunday.
- Electric key and stop action controlled by a movable drawknob console
- Electric slider windchests for all divisions except Solo, which has electro-pneumatic windchests
- 61 note manual keyboards and 32 note concave & radiating pedalboard
- Expression shoes for Gallery, Positive, Swell, and Solo
- Crescendo (1 fixed, 3 programmable)
Read more on the Specifications of the Dobson Organ, Opus 87