First Presbyterian Church has two outstanding mechanical-action pipe organs.
Mechanical action organs are so-called because there is a mechanical connection (as opposed to an electrical one) between the key and the pipe. Sometimes these organs are called “Tracker” organs because the device connecting the key and the pipe is called a “tracker”. FPC is the only church in Dallas with two mechanical action pipe organs.
Learn more about the Kate Frierson Memorial Organ (built by Robert Sipe in 1977) located in the sanctuary and the W. Neill Stewart, Jr. Organ (Jaeckel 1988) located in the Sudie George Chapel. (Organ stop lists can be found here)
The organs are currently being played by a variety of organists as we search for a permanent organist.