Hochhalter, Inc. provided, refinished and renovated a 1946 Möller console.

This console replaces a failed and unsightly art-deco console from the 1960's.

The wood and cabinetry blend perfectly in this historic 1885 neo-gothic building.

The new console is outfitted with solid-state combination action and a solid-state switching system. 

The switching system is prepared for future expansion of this instrument, including the restoration of the original Kimball façade pipes, now hidden in the organ chamber.

An 8' Trumpet rank has been installed in place of the original damaged 8' Oboe pipes.