Association of Free Lutherans, Bible School & Seminary

3120 East Medicine Lake Blvd.
Minneapolis, MN 55441

Builder: Luther J. Melby (Opus 3, 2007)
Originally Wicks (Opus 4511, 1965)
Manuals: 3
Ranks: 35

Action: Wicks patented Direct Electric
Notes: Built for Bethany Lutheran Church in Lindsborg, KS. In 1997 it was replaced with a 31 rank Jaeckel tracker organ. Originally in the rear gallery, Opus 4511 had its two swell boxes immediately adjacent. Sold in 1999 to Rev. James Adix of Our Savior's Lutheran, Cedar Rapids, IA for a planned church expansion that never happened. It was stored in a barn in Iowa until given to the seminary chapel. In 2006/7. Melby reconfigured it with the two chambers separated by pedal stops behind an altar screen. Great and Choir on left; Positiv, Swell and upper pedal on right; lower pedal in center behind screen.

GREAT ORGAN, 9 ranks, left side
16' Quintaten
8' Principal
8' Bourdon
8' Melodia (added by Melby, on right side)
4' Octave
4' Wald Flute (open metal)
2' Super Octave
1-1/3' Mixture II (1 break)

POSITIV ORGAN, 9 ranks, right side
8' Nason Gedeckt (wood)
4' Koppelflute
2' Nachthorn
1-1/3' Quinte
1' Piccolo
1/3' Cymbal III
8' Holzregal
SWELL ORGAN, 9 ranks, right side chamber
8' Rohr Flute
8' Viole
8' Viole Celeste
4' Prestant (moved from Choir in 2018)
2-2/3' Nazat
2' Holzprincipal
1-3/5' Terz
8' Trompette
4' Rohr Schalmei
Tremulant

CHOIR ORGAN,5 ranks, left side chamber
8' Chant Flute (Melodia)
8' Gemshorn
8' Gemshorn Celeste
4' Hohl Flute (wood, moved from Swell 2018)
8' Krummhorn
Harp
Tremulant
PEDAL ORGAN, 3 ranks, center
32' Resultant
16' Principal
16' Subbass
16' Bourdon
16' Quintaton (Gt)
8' Principal
8' Bass Flute (Subbass)
4' Choral Bass (Principal)
4' Rohrgedeckt (Subbass)
2' Blockflute (Subbass)
16' Trombone (SW)
8' Trompette (SW)