A Treasure in our Midst
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is home to a century-old treasure: Ernest M. Skinner’s Opus 327 (1922), a four-manual pipe organ of noble size and scale, which somehow has weathered the relentless forces of time. In 2012, Friends of Opus 327 was formed as a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the preservation, performance, and promotion of the Opus 327 organ. Friends of Opus is grounded in the conviction that this organ possesses extraordinary artistic, historic, technological, and social significance and is a cultural inheritance to be passed on to future generations. Click here to learn more about Opus 327.