Updated through online information from James R. Stettner.
The organ is installed in a loft at the left end of the room. The configuration is exactly the same as in the former church excepting the Pedal 16' Principal exposed at center. These pipes had been mitred originally, and were straightened to be exposed. Pipes were washed and cleaned. Chests were releathered. The original shutter engines were replaced with Peterson engines. A new Syndyne relay and combination action were installed. Two couplers were added: Swell to Great Sub and Choir to Great Sub. The chimes were made playable from the pedals, and a few blank rocker tablets are present. The pistons complement was slightly augmented but only the Swell has divisional pistons. The others (Great, Choir, and Pedal) became Generals.
Organ relocated without any change.
Identified by James R. Stettner, based on personal knowledge of the organ.
This was the removal from the former church in 2015, complete cleaning and re-leathering, and re-installation in the new edifice.