Christian Reformed Church (now part of Harrison Community Church)

390 Fiifth Street
Harrison, SD 57344

(The two Reformed churches merged, but retain both buildings and organs.)
Builder: Möller Organ Co., Op. 7656, circa 1947.
Manuals: 2
Ranks: Unknown
Action: Electro-pneumatic

NOTES: Harrison Community Church is a community of members from both the Christian Reformed Church (original Christian Reformed Church, now "South" Church)” and the Reformed Church in America (originally First Reformed Church, now "North"). Harrison Community Church consists of 2 buildings, locally known as the “North Church” and the “South Church.” The churches were once separate congregations, but have now merged, but retain both buildings (each with a pipe organ), a block apart in Harrison, SD. Harrison is a rural village with two churches, a Township meeting hall, and a couple dozen or so residences. The Harrison Christian Reformed Church was established over 125 years (1884) ago by Dutch homesteaders and the primary occupation of most of its members is still farming. Harrison is located on the plains of southeastern South Dakota in an agricultural area. There are three other Christian Reformed congregations in the immediate area: Corsica, Platte and New Holland (4 miles). The Missouri River is not to far away and provides a source of recreation with fishing, boating, and camping areas. The towns of Corsica ( 6 miles ) and Platte ( 18 miles ) provide retail services, and Mitchell, SD ( 45 miles ) is the closest metropolis with shopping malls. Sioux Falls, with a population of 100,000, is 100 miles east and has the closest commercial airport.

Stephen Schnurr and Organ Historical Society as of 2008.