The organ in the main Sanctuary was built by the Schantz Organ Company of Orrville, Ohio in 1961. It was substantially re-built and re-positioned by the Foley-Baker Organ Company of Tolland, Connecticut in 2002. The organ has three keyboards (with 38 stops) and a pedalboard (with 19 stops); there are approximately 2880 pipes.
Wallace Chapel Organ
The organ in the loft of Wallace Chapel, which was installed and dedicated in 1984, is one of the hidden jewels of the Hills Church. It was built by the Noack Organ Company of Georgetown, Massachusetts under the supervision of Fritz Noack. It is housed in a magnificent antique oak case built in Switzerland in the 17th Century, and is complemented by the remarkable acoustics of Wallace Chapel. The organ has one divided keyboard (with eight stops) and a pedalboard (with two stops). There are over 850 pipes.