Updated through online information from Dr. Jon F. Clements.
"This two-manual installation, Opus 79 of the company, was completed in August 1988 and has mechanical key action with electric stop and combination action. An additional keyboard provides the manual coupler. Since the building's chambers were not suitable for a pipe organ, the encased instrument was fitted into a newly created niche, formed from one of the existing chambers in a wall to the right of the chancel. The windchests are arranged in major third format and the tuning is in equal temperament at A=440. Gently flexing winding is through a single bellows and wooden wind trunks. The visual concept was developed by Kathleen Schmidt; the tonal design and mechanical and structural engineering were done by Pieter Visser; and the tonal engineering was by Thomas Turner. The installation was supervised by Charles Eames and the organ was tonally finished by Brian Davis." (The American Organist, March 1990)
Updated through online information from Brent James.