Skinner organ restored under the supervision of parishioner Jonathan Ambrosino, in collaboration with Joe Sloane, and Ortloff Organ Company. "The Skinner will be restored with no tonal or mechanical changes, save the addition of an enclosed high-pressure Tromba playable from the Choir and Pedal, using vintage Skinner pipes. The organ's elegant console will be restored with no changes, including the retention of the original electro-pneumatic switching and combination action." Ortloff Organ Company web site
Built in 1928 for First Methodist Church, North Adams, Mass. Sold in 2012 to All Saints, Ashmont, who stored the organ while the historic Cram & Goodhue building was refurbished.