The pipe organ was made possible by a generous gift of Marjorie Sterritte and family, and the Solo Organ and Grand Cornet were recently added through the generosity of Ruth McNeal. The 4,315 pipes, which now compromise the 57 stops and 75 ranks of pipes, produce an incredibly rich tonal palette.
The Solo Organ includes colorful reeds such as the English Horn, French Horn, and Tuba, as well as a Solo Diapason, Gamba Celeste, and Flauto Mirabilis. On top of this broad spectrum of sound, the entire organ is crowned by an elegant, yet bold, ﬁve-rank Grand Cornet.
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Members and friends of Moorings Presbyterian Church gave generously to enable the church to purchase a handcrafted Fazioli F278 concert grand piano in April 2017.
The Fazioli Piano Company, established in 1981 in Sacile, Italy, is recognized for building the ﬁnest pianos available anywhere. We believe this instrument serves and enriches the larger community and further contributes to our resolve to serve God faithfully in our music and all of life.
Moorings’s storied handbell program was founded in the early 1980s by then Directors of Music Dick & Martha Crofts, and is now led by internationally-acclaimed composer and clinician Bill Griffin
Through purchases and donations, the church is blessed to have a six and a half set of Malmark handbells, a second three-octave set of handbells, and a six and a half octave set of handchimes. The approximately 1,000 handbell titles in the music library help keep worship creative, diverse, and inspired, and point us to the glory of God.