178 Bennett Ave, New York, NY 10040, United States, New York, New York 10040
The organ in Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church was originally built by M.P. Möller as Op. 9370 (1960) who installed it in the gallery of the Chapel of the Interchurch Center on Riverside Drive. In 1982, the organ was reconfigured by Austin Organs, who added several ranks of new pipes and provided a new three-manual rocker-tab console. In 2007, prior to the installation of a new Klais organ, the Interchurch Center donated the Möller/Austin organ to Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church and provided funding for its removal. Glück Pipe Organs of New York City was contracted to move the organ, set up the Great division and connect the resources of the previous Möller organ (Op. 5623) to the Austin console. Since 2007, the original Möller organ (Op. 5623) has been significantly upgraded and the remainder of the Interchurch Center organ which could be used at Our Saviour’s Atonement was installed in stages by Mann & Trupiano of Brooklyn.