Eight Thousand Pipes: A Pipe Organ Update

August 19, 2022

Trinity began its first major rejuvenation in almost 75 years in 2018, and that process includes adding three new pipe organs to its sacred spaces. The Noack organ is already in place at St. Paul’s Chapel; a pipe organ built by Richards, Fowkes & Co. will be operational in the Chapel of All Saints in 2023; and the grandest of them all, an eight-thousand pipe instrument manufactured in Germany, is now being installed in Trinity Church. Here’s an update.

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The Rejuvenation of Trinity Church

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Trinity Church Wall Street began rejuvenation of the nave of its 1846 church building in May 2018. The first major upgrade of Trinity’s interior space in 75 years proceeded until Christmas Eve 2019 when public worship resumed. Additional rejuvenation work in the Chapel of All Saints and the churchyard continued in 2020, and the final stages of the rejuvenation, installing new pipe organs, is expected to be completed in 2024. Learn more about the process in these video updates.

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