Heritage Pipe Organs Past Projects

St. Mark Episcopal Church, Orchard Park NY
Complete console rebuilding, including new keyboards and solid state switching system with multilevel combination action.

Christ First United Methodist Church, Jamestown NY
Installation of ICS-4000 solid state switching system and combination action in the church's Schantz pipe organ.


St. David Episcopal Church, West Seneca NY
Complete console rebuilding, including new keyboards and solid state switching system with multilevel combination action.

St. Mark Seminary, Erie PA
St. Mark Seminary received a new 2-manual oak console in the summer of 2013. Re-leathering of the Tellers pipe organ continues as funding becomes available.

Holy Ghost Lutheran Church, Bergholz, NY
Holy Ghost Lutheran Church celebrates the installation of a brand new console. The moveable 3-manual terraced jamb console features MIDI capability, 100 levels of memory, and 70 drawknobs made of contrasting woods. The luxurious oak paneled console controls the current organ's specification, but is prepared for the planned expansion of the instrument. The console is also equipped with an adjustable bench with a solid granite top.

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Ellicottville, NY
A two manual instrument is planned for St. Paul’s Lutheran Church of Ellicottville, New York. The basis for the organ is the Schlicker instrument manufactured for the former Pierce Avenue Presbyterian Church of Niagara Falls, NY. The instrument will be located in a rear gallery designed and built during the recent expansion of the Church facility. A moveable console in the nave will complement the flexible worship area. The specification calls for an instrument of approximately 30 ranks. The Schlicker pitman chests are currently being re-leathered and prepared for installation.

Shown is the organ facade design created by
for Heritage Pipe Organs

Our Lady Help of Christians, Cheektowaga NY

The Historic Chapel at Our Lady Help of Christians is home to an essentially new instrument featuring several vintage ranks of pipes from distinguished American organbuilders, new and re-built chests, and an updated console.

Photograph courtesy of Joel Kumro

First United Methodist Church, Fredonia NY

Installation of a new organ blower.

St. Theresa Roman Catholic Church, Buffalo, NY

Re-leathering of Döppel Flote stoppers; cleaning and regulation of Trumpet for the Church’s rebuilt Johnson pipe organ.

Immanuel Lutheran Church of Lockport, NY

Complete Re-leathering of the Schlicker pipe organ.

Central Park UMC, Buffalo, NY

Reservoir Re-leathering for the Church’s 1922 E. M. Skinner pipe organ.

North Presbyterian Church, Williamsville, NY

Reservoir and primary Re-leathering for the Church’s Casavant pipe organ.

Kenmore Presbyterian Church, Kenmore, NY

Swell Reservoir Re-leathering
Replacement of Keyboard Ivory Coverings

First Presbyterian Church, Portville, NY

Complete console rebuilding, including new keyboards and solid state switching system with multilevel combination action.

First Presbyterian Church, Clarence, NY.

As curators of First Presbyterian’s 1975 Schlicker instrument, Heritage Pipe Organs was approached to update and move the organ into the Church’s new and expanded facility. The console was removed during the construction phase to begin the solid state conversion. Upon completion of the new worship center, the organ chests, pipes and modified case were moved and installed.

The Project included:

Peterson ICS-4000 integrated switching system; complete with record/playback
New keyboards, and an expanded number of thumb and toe pistons
New music rack and light
New pedal light
Allen Ensemble sound canvas
Amplifier and speakers

Church of the Good Shepherd, Buffalo, NY

The Church entrusted Heritage with the task of installing a new solid state combination action and switching system on its 1954 Kilgen pipe organ. It now features 100 levels of memory, as well as new keyboards, pistons, and stop controls.

Unitarian Universalist Church, Buffalo, NY

This early 20th Century Hutchings instrument was rebuilt by Delaware, leaving much of the original instrument intact.  Two of the organ’s original reservoirs were re-leathered to ensure continued service.

First Presbyterian Church, Bradford, PA

First Presbyterian Church’s organ, recently rebuilt with a solid state switching system and combination action, received the much-needed new keyboards to complete the modernization of the instrument.

First Presbyterian Church, Lockport

The console of the 1950 Moller pipe organ at First Presbyterian Church was completely rebuilt in 2007, including new keyboards, pedalboard, drawknobs, and an adjustable bench. The organ now boasts 256 levels of memory, as well as a record/playback system and MIDI capabilities.

Calvary Episcopal Church, Williamsville

Calvary’s Schlicker organ console has been updated to include 100 levels of memory, new keyboards and pedalboard, and MIDI functions.  The organ also received 3 new digital voices in the pedal division.

St. Stanislaus Church, Buffalo

St. Stanislaus’ historic 1893 Johnson Organ was completely rebuilt, featuring new slider chests for the original pipework, as well as the re-introduction of the independent Pedal stops that had been discarded in the 1950s.  The organ is now controlled by a new console.

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