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Instruments of St. Paul's

The Nave organ was rebuilt by Quimby Pipe Organs, Warrensburg, MO, in 2002. The organ has 74 stops over four manuals and pedal. This project included an extensive tonal rebuild and additions with console modernization of the M.P. Möller organ, Opus 10247, 1967. The Chapel organ has a 1974 two-manual Schlicker of 7 ranks which was also revoiced in 2002. The church also houses a Steinway concert grand piano, The Donald J. Grout Harpsichord, built by William Dowd, Boston, 1988, and a five-octave set of Whitechapel handbells.

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