Updated through on-line information from James R. Stettner. -- This instrument utilized the Möller chancel Great, Swell, and Pedal divisions as its basis. The console is from the Antiphonal organ, and rebuilt with all new solid state components. The casework is entirely new, and consists of 7 flats with 69 pipes arranged: 7-18-6-7-6-18-7. The two flats of 18 pipes are divided into upper and lower sections of 9 pipes each.
Updated through on-line information from James R. Stettner. -- This organ has as its basis M.P. Möller's Opus 10649, built in 1970 for First Presbyterian in Greensboro, North Carolina. The Moller was divided into two instruments -- a 2-manual for Bozeman, and a 3-manual for Église paroissiale Christ-Roi de Lévis in Lévis, Québec, Canada.
Listed as a Rebuilt Möller in "Recent Installations," The American Organist, February 2009. The only Möller listed for Bozeman is Opus 6467 (ca. 1932) in the First Methodist Church. This may be that instrument or another Möller.