Francis Chapelet and the Association were in search of a concert organ for this church. They salvaged the organ from St. Matthew's Temple of Colmar which was stored on the gallery after a fire. The case, the Great's windchest, a few mechanical element and the front pipes were existing. This instrument has been built by the organ-builder Valentin Rinckenbach in 1842 (It had 23 stops at the outset).
After his restoration, his reassembling and decoration in the choir, this case was equiped with a new instrumental part.
The realization of which was G.Grenzing's work in 1980 and 1982.
On both side of the console, Roger Chapelet, Francis's father and Official Painter of the French Navy, painted two pictures representing a pond of the Double on the left and the church of Ménestérol on the right.
In 2002, Francis revived the case with decoration and a polychromy (painting in imitation of marble and gildings) and with the addition of a tiara at the top and two sculptured and foil gilt checks.
In 2006, J.F. Dupont assisted some persons of the Association made a thorough cleaning of the organ as well an overhaul of the machanics. A "Dolzian 8'" filled the place of the small "Régale" of the Choir keybord.
STOP LISTGREAT (54) RÉCIT (54) PEDAL (30)
Pommer 16' Bourdon 8' Soubasse 16'
Montre 8' Prestant 4' Flûte 8'
Bourdon 8' Flûte à cheminée4' Principal 4'
Prestant 4' Doublette 2' Flûte 2'
Nazard 2'2/3 Quinte 1'1/3 Posaune 16'
Flûte cônique 2' Sifflet 1'
Sesquialtera 2rgs Cymbale 3rgs
Mixture 5/6rgs Dolzian 8'
Trompette 8' (B/T)
Coupler II/I - Pedal coupler I & II - Tremulant - A 440 - Equal temperament - North German esthetic. The pipes are principaly leaden.