BirminghamAGO POE 2013


One of the great opportunities you'll have during a POE week is visiting different organs. You'll get to see, hear and play organs from different builders and different times. You'll go to churches and schools, and practice on organs both large and small.

To give you more specific information, we've assembled stoplists and photographs of some of the notable pipe organs you'll see here. Just click on a selection, and a page of information will open in a new window or tab. Those pages are all part of BirminghamAGO Online, our Chapter web site. Feel free to look around while you're there. You'll find all sorts of things, including photographs from our POE2011.

If the photos look a little small, don't worry. Just move your mouse pointer over the one you want to enlarge. On your phone or iPad, just touch a photograph to open a larger one.

Do remember, please, that our photographs are under copyright protection. That means you're free to make copies for yourself, but you can't sell them or post them on your web site. That would be an infringement of our intellectual property rights, an actionable offense.


All Saints Church, Episcopal - Casavant Organ, 1989

Baptist Church of the Covenant - Noack Organ, 2013

Birmingham-Southern College - Casavant Organ, 1985

Canterbury United Methodist Church - Schantz Organ, 1962

Cathedral Church of the Advent, Episcopal - Möller Organ, 1988

Episcopal Church of the Ascension - Steiner-Reck Organ, 1999

First United Methodist Church - Casavant Organ, 2000

Independent Presbyterian Church - Dobson Organ, 2012

Mountain Brook Baptist Church: Sanctuary - Möller/Best Organ, 1967/1980

St. Luke's Episcopal Church - Holtkamp/Milnar Organ, 1963/1994

St. Mary's on the Highlands Episcopal Church - Casavant Organ, 2001

Samford University, Reid Chapel - Aeolian-Skinner/Quimby Organ, 1962/2011

Southside Baptist Church - Holtkamp Organ, 1968