Instruments

St. Luke’s has a 2-manual, 1925 Casavant Organ which was overhauled in the spring of 2000, with all new leathers. The organ also needed some major repairs recently in 2017. A new humidifier, plumbing, electrical work, and tuning were needed to bring it back to life. Proceeds from the May 2017 Spring is the Air! Concert and fundraising from Thrifty’s Smile Cards helped pay for these costs.

For your reading pleasure, please click on the article included in the 2017 summer edition of the St Luke's Prescription for some more information about the pipe organ and the people who play them (Part 1).

A brand-new Kohler & Campbell piano was purchased in May 2007. Donations from parishioners and friends of St. Luke’s, as well as a contribution from Thrifty Foods through their Smile Card Program, were used to purchase the piano. This beautifully manufactured instrument is made of oak and spruce and contains absolutely no particle board. Cold-press hammers provide gorgeous tone, excellent dynamic range, and a lovely bright sound.