Our church is particularly proud of its M. P. Möller pipe organ, which was built and installed 1990-1991.
Our Möller pipe organ is identified by the company as No. 11820, which means that it was built very near the end of the company’s long production sequence. The organ has 2 manuals and 13 ranks voicing several dozen pipes.
M. P. Möller (M. P. Möller, Inc.) was a prolific American organ builder between the years 1875 to 1992. The company was founded in 1875 by Danish immigrant, Matthias Peter Möller in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania and later relocated in Hagerstown, Maryland. During its lifespan the M. P. Möller Company made more than 11,000 pipe organs of varying sizes. The largest surviving Möller organ is the 42 rank, 4 manual theatre organ in the Atlanta Fox Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia. It is the second-largest pipe organ in the world, surpassed only by the 58-rank Wurlitzer organ at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City.