The original organ was built by the Delaware Organ Company of Tonawanda, New York and dedicated in concerts by John Grady and Pierre Cochereau. The present instrument, built in 1996 by Robert M. Turner, employs most of the original pipework in a vastly different and enlarged design. Daniel Roth played the dedicatory recital on October 4, 1996.
Scaling and tonal finishing is the work of Charles Callahan, who served as the project consultant. In keeping with the multinational family that constitutes the parish, this is an eclectic instrument, drawing inspiration from noted organs of several centuries and traditions. The work of the late G. Donald Harrison was a major source of inspiration. Several stops were built following his practice and some reedwork came from some of his early instruments.
The favorable gallery placement, unsurpassed acoustical environment, and subtle expression, made possible by five enclosed divisions. combine to make this one of New York's most rewarding instruments to enjoy, whether at the console or in the congregation.