Pipe Organ

The pipe organ has an important role in leading the congregation's song in the Lutheran tradition as well as presenting instrumental music for meditation and joyful celebration. South Canyon's pipe organ was built by David Cool of Temple Organs from St. Joseph, MO and installed in 2001. This 3 manual, 22 rank instrument replaced an earlier digital Allen organ. The organ's disposition may be found below. Organ lessons are available for interested students within the congregation.

Saturday night worship is primarily led by piano on the church's Kawai grand piano in the front of the sanctuary.

Organ Stoplist

Great – Principal 16’, Principal 8’, Bourdon 8’, Spitzflote 8’, Gemshorn 8’, Octave 4’, Rohrflote 4’, Fifteenth 2’, Mixture III, Trumpet 16’, Trumpet 8’, Clarion 4’, Chimes

Swell – Gedeckt 16’, Holzgedeckt 8’, Gemshorn 8’, Gemshorn Celeste 8’, Prestant 4’, Harmonic Flute 4’, Nazard 2-2/3’, Piccolo 2’, Tierce 1-3/5’, Mixture II, Scharf II, Fagotto 16’, Trumpet 8’, Oboe 8’, Clarion 4’

Choir – Principal 8’, Rohrflute 8’, Gemshorn 8’, Gemshorn Celeste 8’, Prestant 4’, Spitzflote 4’, Gemshorn 4’, Principal 2’, Spitzflote 2’, Quinte 1-1/3’, Krummhorn 8’

Pedal – Resultant 32’, Principal 16’, Subbass 16’, Gedeckt 16’, Principal 8’, Flute 8’, Gemshorn 8’, Choralbass 4’, Flute 4’, Super Octave 2’, Mixture III, Trumpet 16’, Fagotto 16’, Trumpet 8’, Oboe 8’, Clarion 4’, Krummhorn 4’