Grace Organ

The Grace Church Organ is a wonderful instrument to lead the liturgical and musical life of our congregation.

The organ is a 37-rank instrument built by Casavant Frères Ltée, St Hyacinthe, Québec, Opus 1186, installed in 1927. The Schantz Organ Company, Orrville, Ohio, installed a new console in the 1970s.

The swell trumpet was also replaced with a bombarde unit, but the organ has remained essentially unchanged tonally. It is excellent at accompanying liturgy and is particularly well suited for French romantic and symphonic literature.

Preludes, postludes and improvisations played on our organ greatly enrich our worship experience.


Open Diapason 8′
Doppelföte 8′
Gamba 8′
Octave 4′
Harmonic Flute 4′
Super Octave 2′
Trumpet 8′

Bourdon 16′
Open Diapason 8′
Stopped Diapason 8′
Salicional 8′
Voix Celeste 8′
Aeoline 8′
Vox Angelica 8′
Rohrflöte 4′
Flageolet 2′
Mixture III
Bombarde (Ext) 16′
Trompette 8′
Oboe 8′
Vox Humana 8′

Open Diapason     8′
Clarabella     8′
Quintadena     8′
Dulciana     8′
Viole     8′
Violina     4′
Flute d’Amour     4′
Flautino     2′
Clarinet     8′

Resultant 32′
Double Diapason 16′
Subbass 16′
Lieblich Gedeckt (Sw) 16′
Octave 8′
Stopped Flute 8′
Cello 8′
Trombone 16′