The renovation of the church's 57-year-old pipe organ was approved by the church's administrative board and ratified at a church conference, following three years of research into the best solutions for the aging organ.
Pipe organs consists of ...
- the control center where the organ is played, called the console
- many pipes of various sizes, made of metal and wood
- a wind system that pumps air to the wind-chests and pipes
Noblesville First’s renovated organ will ...
- be a mid-size, mid-priced instrument for the size of the sanctuary
- have exposed pipes on the front wall of the church
- feature a console expanded from two to three manuals (keyboards), expanded from 1,220 to 2,014 pipes
The cost of the project is $565,562,
of which $350,000 has already been collected
- Gifts of any size are welcome
- Donors will have three years to fulfill their pledge, so multiple gifts are possible
- Donations may be made monthly or in lump sums over 36 months
- Donations can be made in honor of in memory of a loved one
- Naming rights are available upon request for parts or all of the organ
Use the links below to make a pledge or a gift or pick up a pledge form in the church office.
Checks can be made out to Noblesville First with "Organ Renovation" in the memo.