Our Organ

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church features an M.P. Moller Organ Opus 11814, located on the front wall of the church sanctuary. It was dedicated on February 10, 1991. This custom unit organ consists of two manual, eleven ranks, thirty speaking stops, and 762 pipes. The console is of all natural materials: polished bone natural keys with walnut accidentals and stop controls of maple.

Good Shepherd has been blessed with many wonderful organists over the years, and the organ is currently being played by James Broström .

M.P. Moller Organ | Opus 11814 | 1990

M.P. Moller Organ | Opus 11814 | 1990

Organ Specifications 

GREAT ORGAN (Exposed)

  • 8′ Principal, 61 pipes
  • 8′ Holzgedeckt, 61 pipes
  • 8′ Genshorn, swell
  • 4′ Octave, 12 pipes
  • 4′ Waldflote, 12 pipes
  • 2′ Super Octave, 12 pipes
  • III-IV Mixture, 220 pipes
  • 8′ Trompette, swell
  • 16′ Bourdon, pedal
    • Chimes, 21 bells
    • Temulant

SWELL ORGAN (Expressive)

  • 8′ Rohrflote, 61 pipes
  • 8′ Gemshorn, 61 pipes
  • 8′ Gemshort Celest TC, 49 pipes
  • 4′ Principal, 61 pipes
  • 4′ Spillflote, 12 pipes
  • 2 2/3 Nazard, 61 notes
  • 2′ Blockflote, 12 pipes
  • 1 3/5 Tierce TC, 49 motes
  • 1 1/3 Quinteflote, 19 notes
  • 16′ Contre Trompette, pedal
  • 8′ Trompette, 61 pipes
  • 4′ Clairon, 12 pipes