Join us this Sunday

  • Worship with us:

    12300 92 Ave, Surrey, BC V3V 1G4

  • Service times:

    Sunday at 10:00 AM & 2:30 PM

Our Organ

We use a pipe organ to accompany our singing during the worship service. Our focus though remains on the singing of the congregation, as this is pleasing to God. Our church doesn’t have a band or choir; however, you will notice all the different instruments listed below that are available. In this way our organ also serves as many different instruments and voices. Psalm 92:1-3

The organ is a combination of the 1912 Casavant organ, purchased from the Central Presbyterian Church in Vancouver, and the 1961-1967 organ built by Mr. Stanley Haddon for the Canadian Reformed Church of New Westminster. The tonal alterations, rebuilding, and installation were done by the organ builder Kenneth A. Hodgson of White Rock, British Columbia.

Please contact [email protected] if you would like to know more about our organ and upcoming concert events. These concerts are also visible on our “upcoming events” column or our Calendar page.


*Pipework from the New Westminster Organ 1961

GREAT

  • Principal 16′
  • Principal 8′
  • Geigen Principal 8′
  • Doppelflöte 8′
  • *Rohrflöte 8′
  • *Octave 4′
  • *Quintade 4′
  • *Quint 2 2/3′
  • *Octave 2′
  • *Blockflöte 2′
  • *Mixture IV
  • *Trompette 8′

SWELL

  • Bourdon 16′
  • *Principal 8′
  • Gedeckt 8′
  • Aeoline 8′
  • Voix Celeste 8′
  • Waldflöte 4′
  • Nassard 2 2/3′
  • Piccolo 2′
  • Mixture III
  • Trumpet 8′
  • Oboe 8′
  • Fagott 16′
  • Tremulant

POSITIV

  • *Holpijp 8′
  • *Gemshorn 8′
  • Octave 4′
  • *Koppelflöte 4′
  • *Italian Principal 2′
  • *Larigot 1 1/3′
  • *Sesquialtera II
  • *Krummhorn 8′

PEDAL

  • Principal 16′
  • Bourdon 16′
  • Gedeckt 16′ (enclosed in 16′ Swell)
  • *Spitz Principal 8′
  • Bourdon 8′
  • *Koralbass 4′ (continuation of *Spitz Principal 8′)
  • Trombone 16′
  • Trompette (from Great) 8′
  • Clarion 4′