The Church organ was constructed by Austin Organs, Inc. of Hartford, Connecticut and installed in the fall of 2017. This instrument contains 3,620 pipes that are divided between five divisions: Great, Swell, Choir, Solo, and Pedal. Ninety-seven percent of the organ is enclosed in boxes with shades that open and close, giving the organist complete dynamic control of each division. Located in the mechanical room behind the choir area is the 10-horsepower, dual-pressure blower, which provides wind for the organ. This blower has an output of 10” of wind pressure for the Solo and 6.5” of wind pressure for the rest of the instrument.