Trinity Lutheran Church

511 South Fifth Street
St. Peter, MN 56082

Builder: M.P. Möller Organ Co., circa 1900.
Manuals: 2
Ranks: 14
Action: Tubular-pneumatic

Notes: The first pipe organ at Trinity Lutheran in St. Peter was a tubular-pneumatic organ by Moller from the early 20th Century. The organ was located just outside the chancel, on the right side, with an attached keydesk and the 8' Diapason in the facade, much in the style of the old tracker organs. It was on two manuals and pedal. The 8' Diapason was truly heroic: when in use, the rest of the stops could not be heard.

Information from David Engen and Organ Historical Society as of 2009.