Pipe Organ

The Holy Family Organ serves as the primary instrument for leading congregational singing and vocal/choral accompaniment for the parish.  Built by the Holtkamp Organ Company of Cleveland under the direction of Walter Holtkamp, Jr. in 1981, its disposition of nineteen ranks of pipes divided over two manual divisions and pedal is quite versatile lending itself to a variety of repertoire.  The Holy Family organ, with its exquisite voicing and in a room with exceptional acoustics, has proven itself one of the finest modest sized organs in the greater Cleveland area.