Messiah Lutheran Church

2504 Columbus Avenue
Minneapolis, MN
The congregation no longer uses the building

Builder: W. W. Kimball, Opus 7110 (?), 1932 (?)
Manuals: 3
Ranks: 16
Action: Electro-pneumatic chests


Notes: The organ is believed to be Opus 7110, although hand written on the chests is "7710", which is higher than the known Kimball opus numbers. We presume the hand-written "7" is actually "1".

All visible pipes are dummies. The organ is on the right side. Side-by-side chambers speak into a hallway "tone chute" open into the church through grill cloth. Pipes are stacked within chambers.

The Swell is closest to the altar, holding 7 ranks. The Great/Choir is by the outside wall on the right and holds 9 ranks. The Pedal Subbass has a wood bass and goes into open metal pipes for the Great English Diapason.

--Information David Engen

Last update: 9/25/2017


GREAT ORGAN (6 ranks)
16' Melodia (8' Melodia)
8' English Diapason (16' Subbass)

8' Melodia
8' Unda Maris II
4' Octave
4' Flute (8' Melodia)
Grave Mixture II
Chimes

SWELL ORGAN (7 ranks)
16' Bourdon TC (8' Chimney Flute)
8' Violin Diapason
8' Salicional
8' Vox Celeste (TC)
8' Chimney Flute
4' Flute (8' Chimney Flute)
2-2/3' Nazard (8' Chimney Flute)
2' Flautino (8' Chimney Flute)

8' Cor Oboe
8' Trumpet
4' Clarion (8' Trumpet)
8' Vox Humana

CHOIR ORGAN (2 ranks)
8' Melodia (8' Melodia)
8' Dulciana
8' Unda Maris II (8' Unda Maris)
4' Flute (8' Melodia)
4' Dulcet II (8' Unda Maris II)
2-2/3' Nazard (8' Dulciana)
2' Dolce 15th (8' Dulciana)
1-3/5' Tierce (8' Dulciana)
8' Clarinet



PEDAL ORGAN (1 rank)
16' Subbass
16' Bourdon (8' Melodia)
8' Flute (8' Melodia)
8' Dulciana (8' Dulciana)
16' Trombone (8' Trumpet)