We know you’ve heard all about the new pipe organ. How it has 8,000 pipes that each had to be voiced as individuals. About the time and painstaking attention to detail it takes to create and install such an instrument. You’ve seen the dust of construction and the temporary chancel parts and pieces come and go.
This is the Sunday morning you’ve been waiting for.
At long last, the Anne S. and Henry B. Paup Sanctuary Pipe Organ will be consecrated in a very special service led by Organ Builder Dan Garland and featuring our own Organist Peggy Graff, MSM, SPC, playing specially commissioned music by Dr. John Thornburg, a renowned Methodist hymn writer. Be among the first to hear this lasting tribute to a very special milestone in our generation of First Church history.
Intrigued? Want to know more about what makes this Sunday a “must-attend?”
Click here for a sneak peek at the full-color program for Sunday morning — an archival tribute to all that went into the creation and installation of this spectacular new instrument that will lead us and generations to come in worship with music that connects our souls to worship as only a pipe organ can.
See you Sunday at 9:30 and 11:00 in the Sanctuary for an unforgettable and historic morning as we welcome our new Anne S. and Henry B. Paup Sanctuary Pipe Organ into service!