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Martin Ott Pipe Organ

This gorgeous instrument was designed and built by Martin Ott Pipe Organs of St. Louis. It has 38 stops and 55 ranks over 3 manuals and pedal. It is a tracker action instrument, meaning that there is a direct mechanical linkage (as opposed to electrical) between the key on the keyboard and the valve under the pipe.

Prinzipalbass 16'
Subbass 16'
Oktavbass 8'
Pommer 8'
Choralbass 4'
Mixtur IV
Posaune 16'
Trompete 8'
Hauptwerk to Pedal
Schwellwerk to Pedal
Ruckpositiv to Pedal
Grossgedackt 8'
Viola di Gamba 8'
Voix Celeste 8'
Prinzipal 4'
Flöte 4'
Oktave 2'
Blockflöte 2'
Mixtur IV
Fagott 16'
Trompette 8'
Hautbois 8'
Bordun 16'
Prinzipal 8'
Rohrflöte 8'
Oktave 4'
Spitzflöte 4'
Quinte 2-2/3'
Oktave 2'
Nachthorn 2'
Mixtur IV
Kornet V
Trompete 8'
Schwellwerk to Hauptwerk
Ruckpositiv to Hauptwerk
Gedackt 8'
Prinzipal 4'
Rohrflöte 4'
Waldflöte 2'
Nasat 1-1/3'
Scharff IV
Sesquialtera II
Krummhorn 8'
Schwellwerk to Ruckpositiv

Atonement initially raised enough money to build about two-thirds of the instrument in 2001, with preparations made for completion at a later date if the funds were raised. A campaign for these funds was undertaken beginning in 2005. In 2007, the organ was completed and dedicated during the church's 45th anniversary celebrations.