Borchers Chapel – St. Paul Lutheran Church
Cortland, Indiana
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The Reuter opus 711 was built in 1946 for Zion Evangelical Lutheran in Alva, Oklahoma. In 1974 the 711 was
relocated to the J.R. Smith residence in Danville, Kansas. In 1989 it was presented as a gift
to Michael Conrady, and placed at Sacred Heart Catholic Church of Anthony, Kansas. In 2010 the organ was given
by Sacred Heart & Mr. Conrady to John Rust for preservation at Borchers Chapel of
St. Paul Lutheran Church. During the summer of 2010 Jacob Creel, Nathan Wilcox, Ed Bruenjes & Trevor Dodd rebuilt the organ and in the fall of 2010 it was placed in the pipe chambers Borchers Chapel.

The chapel is now used for special services & concert events.

Pedal Swell Great

16′ Bourdon
8′ Diapason
8′ Bass Flute
8′ Cello
8′ Dolce
4′ Octave
8′ Oboe


16′ Bourdon
16′ Contra Viole (TC)
8′ Diapason
8′ Gedeckt
8′ Quintadena (SYN)
8′ Salicional
8′ Voix Celeste (TC)
8′ Dulciana
4′ Flute
4′ Violina
4′ Voix Celeste
2 2/3′ Nazard
2′ Flautino

8′ Ochestral Horn (SYN)
8′ Oboe

Tremolo (affects entire organ)

16′ Diapason (TC)

8′ Open Diapason
8′ Gedeckt
8′ Salicional
8′ Voix Celeste (TC)
8′ Dulciana
4′ Octave
4′ Flute
4′ Violina
4′ Dulcet
2′ Super Octave
16′ Contra Oboe (TC)
8′ Oboe
4′ Clarion

Chimes (21 tubular)




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specially recorded excerpts of the inaugural concert at Borchers Chapel by Benjamin Intartaglia

A Moller Artiste “Portable” was installed in the fall of 2009 as a temporary pipe organ
for service needs until a suitable organ could be found for the chapel.
It will be removed from the church soon for preservation in a private residence.