The organ at Central was built in 1904 by Casavant Freres of Quebec, and renovated in the 1960ʼs by Hill, Norman and Beard (London, England). It is a 2 manual, 16 rank pipe organ. It has the power to lead a church full of people, as well as provide subtle and beautiful voicing for preludes.
The piano is a 6 ft. grand built by Heinzman at their peak of quality production in the 1980ʼs. Central is blessed to have such quality instruments for their worship as well as for use in concerts held in the church. The church is a large, acoustically pleasing space for performances by soloists or large ensembles. We welcome groups using our beautiful space for concerts or recording purposes. If you are interested in using the space, please contact Carolyn McAllister through the church office. The fee is 20% of the take at the door.