It is not surprising, given Thomas Houghton's sensitivity for design, to find that the magnificent organ case was designed with the rose window in mind: the grand sweep of the pipes was plotted over the outline of the window to maximize the visible expanse of glass and brilliance.
The oak paneling of the case is simple but elegantly designed. Most of the fifty-one immense pipes in the case are in fact, «speaking» pipes; they screen the more than one thousand pipes that produce the full glorious sound of our organ.
The original organ was built by Reuben Midmer and Son of NY and was refurbished in 1984 by the Austin Company of Hartford. It is now a superb and versatile instrument of 23 ranks with 1,307 pipes.