When the church was first built, “a lady” presented it with a Scudamore organ – a modest instrument no doubt similar to the Scudamore organ still remaining in the Methodist church in Victoria Street. This was replaced by a larger instrument in 1872, installed where the present instrument is in a chamber under the tower, but this in turn was replaced in 1935 by a Walker organ thought to have been built originally around 1900.

This Walker organ was thoroughly overhauled and expanded in 1999, by the builder Robin J. S. Rust, of Farnborough, who reported in that year as follows:

“Apart from cleaning, both Great and Swell soundboards had motors re-leathered, and all magnets were replaced throughout the organ. Swell and pedal chests were given similar attention as necessary, but front pipe block and Bourdon bass chests (Roosevelt) were not re-leathered but refurbished as required. The whiffletree swell engine was re-covered and overhauled, and the mechanism re-engineered to reverse the action of the shutters. The bellows, three in number, were patched as re-leathering was not considered economical. The Gt. Diapasons 8ʹ + 4ʹ were replaced by some last revoiced by Johnny Degens. A Dulciana was added to the Gt. on a cheek, the old 8ʹ open became a pedal principal and 15th, and a 16ʹ-8ʹ-4ʹ Trumpet was added.”

The current specification of the organ is as follows:

 Great

  • 8’ Open Diapason
  • 8’ Wald Flute
  • 8’ Dulciana
  • 4’ Principal
  • 4’ Harmonic Flute
  • 2’ Fifteenth
  • Mixture II ranks
  • 8’ Trumpet
  • 4’ Clarion [from 8’ Trumpet]
  • Swell/Great coupler

 

Swell

  • 16’ Double Diapason
  • 8’ Open Diapason
  • 8’ Stopped Diapason
  • 8’ Viola da Gamba
  • 8’ Voix Celeste T.C.
  • 4’ Principal
  • 2⅔’ Twelfth
  • 2’ Fifteenth
  • 16’ Contra Fagotto
  • 8’ Oboe
  • 8’ Horn
  • 8’ Great Trumpet
  • 4’ Great Clarion
  • Sub Octave coupler
  • Unison off
  • Octave coupler
  • Tremulant

 

Pedal 

  • 32’ Sub Bourdon
  • 16’ Bourdon
  • 16’ Lieblich Bourdon
  • 8’ Principal
  • 8’ Flute
  • 4’ Fifteenth [from 8’ Principal]
  • 16’ Trombone
  • 16’ Fagotto
  • 8’ Trumpet [from Great 8’ Trumpet]
  • Swell/Pedal coupler
  • Great/Pedal couple