In June 2016, the Arents Organ was removed to make way for the 102-stop Miller-Scott organ, currently under construction by Dobson Pipe Organ Builders. Please read more about this project and how you can contribute to this exciting new organ, which will stand as a memorial to our beloved late organist and choirmaster John Scott and longtime Saint Thomas music devotee Irene Miller.
In the spring of 1996 the gallery instrument was dedicated as the Loening-Hancock Organ. The firm of Taylor & Boody of Staunton, Virginia built the instrument which contains twenty-one stops over two manuals and a pedal. The instrument is inspried by the tradition of organ building which was active in the Netherlands and North Germany in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Stop and key action are mechanical and the temperament is Kellner.
The Martha J. Dodge Continuo Organ was built and initiated in December, 2001. This superb portative instrument, consisting of 4 ranks and pipes, was built by the firm of Taylor & Boody.