The New York City Organ Project
Organs present and past in the five boroughs of New York City
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COMMERCIAL
Amusements

INSTITUTIONS
Auditoriums & Concert Halls
Clubs & Fraternal Organizations
Funeral Chapels & Mortuaries
Hospitals
Museums
Schools – Colleges, Universities & Conservatories
Schools – Middle & High
Seminaries
Social Services

RELIGIOUS & HOUSES OF WORSHIP
Assembly of God
Baptist
Church of Christ, Scientist
Congregational
Disciples of Christ
Episcopal
Evangelical Association
Greek Orthodox
Interdenominational
Jehovah's Witnesses
Jewish
Lutheran
RELIGIOUS & HOUSES OF WORSHIP (cont.)
Methodist (A.M.E., M.E. & United)
Miscellaneous
Moravian (United Brethren)
Nazarene
Non-Denominational
Pentecostal
Presbyterian
Reformed Church in America
Reformed Church in the U.S.
Roman Catholic
Seventh-day Adventist
Swedenborgian
Unitarian Universalist Association
United Church of Christ
Wesleyan

RESIDENCES
Extant
Non-Extant or Moved

STUDIOS
Organ Builders
Teaching

THEATRES
 
  Commercial
   
  Amusements
   
Astroland Amusement Park (Coney Island)
  1000 Surf Avenue
• Band Organ – Carousel
Brooklyn Bridge Park (DUMBO)
  East River, between Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges
Jane's Carousel (1922) – orig. in Idora Park, Youngstown, Ohio; installed (2011)
• Gebruder Bruder Band Organ #107 (c.1915) w/MIDI
Coney Island
  B & B Carousel – orig. on Bertrand Island, N.J.; moved here (1932); in storage (since 2005)
• Gebruder Bruder Band Organ converted to play BAB 66-key rolls
Feltman's Carousel
(1903-1964)
• 94-key Gebruder Bruder Band Organ (1913)
• 80-key Gebruder Bruder Band Organ
Stubbmann Beer Garden
• 65- or 69-key Gebruder Bruder Elite Orchestra Apollo (c.1913) – moved to Corona Park, Flushing
Prospect Park
  95 Prospect Park West
Prospect Park Carousel (1914-16) – orig. in Coney Island; moved here (1952)
• Wurlitzer 153 Band Organ
   
Institutions
   
  Auditoriums & Concert Halls
   
Brooklyn Academy of Music
30 Lafayette Avenue
► IV/39 Austin Organ Company, Op. 211 (1908) – Concert Hall (orig. in Jamestown Exposition)
► III/8 Austin Organ Company, Op. 232 (1905) – Opera House
   
  Clubs & Fraternal Organizations
   
Arion Pythian Temple
  Eastern Parkway
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5240 (1928)
Atlantic Street Odd Fellows Hall
  location unknown
• George Jardine & Son
Aurora Grata Scottish Rite Cathedral, Lodge No. 756, F. & A.M. (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  1160 Bedford Avenue at Madison Street (1887-?) – orig. Bedford Reformed Church; now Community Worship Center of the Church of the Nazarene
• Hall & Labagh (c.1876)
Baltic Lodge No. 284, F. & A.M. [E.D.]
  location unknown
• Reuben Midmer & Sons
Commonwealth Lodge No. 409, F. & A.M.
  153 Pierrepont Street, near Fulton Street (1893-1914) – Wilson Building – now St. Ann's School
• 1/7 William H. Davis
Elks Lodge No. 22
  110 Livingston Street (1928-1936) – became NYC Board of Education
• IV/78 Aeolian Company, Op. 1212 (1912); 7 stops added in 1928 – orig. in Aeolian Hall, NYC
German Savings Bank Lodge (Williamsburg)
  Room in German Savings Bank
Broadway & Boerum Street
• I/5 Unknown Builder (tracker)
Greenpoint Masonic Lodge
  Nostrand & Jefferson Avenues
• II/14 Carl Barckhoff (there in 1923)
Greenpoint Masonic Temple
  765 Manhattan Avenue at Meserole Avenue
• I/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1914)
Hyatt Masonic Lodge
  location unknown
• I/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
• Jardine (<1890)
Joppa Lodge No. 201, F. & A.M.
  location unknown
• J.H. & C.S. Odell
Kismet Shrine Temple
  92 Herkimer Street – now Friendship Baptist Church
• II/18 Austin Organ Company, Op. 268 (1910)
Masonic Guild
  location unknown
• III/29 Austin Organ Company, Op. 520 (1914)
Masonic Lodge
  location unknown
• Welte Organ Company (date unknown)
Masonic Lodge
  location unknown
• II/15s Hook & Hastings, Op. 1577 (1893)
Masonic Temple
  317 Clermont Avenue and Lafayette Avenue (since 1909)
► III/43 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1909) – Auditorium
• Reuben Midmer & Sons (1909)
• Reuben Midmer & Sons (1909)
• Reuben Midmer & Sons (1909)
• Reuben Midmer & Sons (1909)
• Reuben Midmer & Sons (1909)
Masonic Temple
  200 Cumberland Avenue
• II/22 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2805 (1920)
Menora Masonic Temple
  5000 14th Avenue at 50th Street (1927-c.1928) – now Bnos Zion of Bobov School
► III/14 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5140 (1928)
• II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5141 (1928)
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5142 (1928)
Montague Street Odd Fellows Hall
  location unknown
• George Jardine & Son
Montauk Masonic Lodge
  location unknown
• Henry Erben (1861)
Odd Fellows Lodge
  Atlantic Street
• George Jardine & Son (<1869)
Odd Fellows Lodge
  Montague Street
• George Jardine & Son (<1869)
Oltman's Lodge (Williamsburg)
  location unknown
• Henry Erben (1875)
Ridgewood Masonic Temple (Bushwick)
  1054 Bushwick Avenue at Gates Avenue (1920-?)
• unknown
Sandalphon Lodge No. 863, F. & A.M.
  46th Street and Fort Hamilton Parkway
► II/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 535 (1920)
Tyrian Masonic Lodge No. 618, F. & A.M.
  70 Pennsylvania Avenue, near Atlantic Avenue (1907-1971) – became Prince Hall 2nd District Assn.
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• II/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3987 (1927)
   
  Funeral Chapels & Mortuaries
   
Cypress Hills Abbey – Cypress Hills Cemetery
  833 Jamaica Avenue at Crescent Street
• II/ Hammond Instruments Co. electronic with Aeolian Player – moved to Christ Church, Manhasset
• II/5 Aeolian Company, Op. 1750 (1929)
Greenwood Cemetery Chapel
  500 25th Street at Fifth Avenue
• III/ Hutchings Organ Co. (c.1913)
   
  Hospitals
   
King's County Lunatic Asylum – now Long Island State Hospital
  Flatbush
• I/5 Henry Crabb (1855) – extant at Centralia Presbyterian, Chester, Virg.
Methodist Episcopal Hospital – now New York Methodist Hospital
  263 7th Avenue at 6th Street
► II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 604 (1908)
St. Catherine's Hospital (closed 1965)
  133 Bushwick Avenue
• II/13 George Jardine & Son (18??) – Chapel
St. John's Episcopal Hospital
  480 Herkimer Street (since 1927)
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4971 (1927)
Albany and Atlantic Avenues (?-1927)
• II/ George S. Hutchings Co. (1914) – reb. of Roosevelt
► I/5 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 101 (1882)
St. Mary's Hospital
  St. Mark's and Buffalo Avenues (1877-closed 2006) – became Kingsbrook HealthCare System
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• unknown (1900)
   
  Museums
   
The Brooklyn Museum of Art (Prospect Heights)
  200 Eastern Parkway
► III/33 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 748 (1929) (removed in 1975)
   
  Schools – Colleges, Universities & Conservatories
   
Arion Conservatory of Music
  Greene Avenue and Cumberland Street
• II/ Unknown Builder ("organ with two manuals and full pedals")
Long Island University (Brooklyn Campus)
  Schwartz Athletic Center – orig. Brooklyn Paramount Theatre
385 Flatbush Extension at DeKalb Avenue
► IV/26 "Style Publix 4" Wurlitzer, Op. 1984 (1928)
St. Joseph's College
  245 Clinton Avenue
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5442 (1935)
Brooklyn Training School for Teachers
  Park Place and Prospect Place
► III/31 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 880 (1908)
   
  Schools – Middle & High
   
Boys' High School – now the Street Academy, Brooklyn Literacy Center, and Outreach Program
  832 Marcy Avenue, between Putnam Avenue and Madison Street
► III/35 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1700 (1914)
Brooklyn Female Academy
  See Packer Collegiate Institute
Brooklyn Technical High School
  29 Fort Greene Place
• IV/85 Aeolian Company, Op. 1212 (1912, 1928) – orig. in Aeolian Hall, NYC; then Elks Lodge #22
Bushwick High School
  400 Irving Avenue
► III/31 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4203 (1925)
Eastern District High School (Williamsburg)
  231 Keap Street at Marcy Avenue (1907-closed 1995) – now Bais Ruchel School D'Satmar
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• II/31 Hall Organ Company (1910)
Erasmus Hall High School
  911 Flatbush Avenue at Church Avenue
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic
► III/30 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 940 (1907)
Girls' Commercial High School
  See Prospect Heights High School
Girls' High School – now the Board of Education Brooklyn Adult Training Center
  475 Nostrand Avenue and Macon Street
► III/25 W.W. Kimball Co. (1912)
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (1903)
James Madison High School
  3787 Bedford Avenue at Quentin Road
► III/31 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4491 (1926)
Manual Training High School
  4th Street and 7th Avenue
• III/44 Austin Organ Company, Op. 381 (1914)
New Utrecht High School
  1601 80th Street at 16th Avenue
► III/31 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4489 (1926)
Packer Collegiate Institute – orig. Brooklyn Female Academy
  170 Joralemon Street
► III/29 Austin Organ Company, Op. 372 (1912), rev. 1932
• II/27 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 361 (1865)
• Hall & Labagh (1846)
Poly Prep Country Day School
  92 Seventh Avenue
► III/27 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9695 (1962)
► III/26 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2658 (1927)
Prospect Heights High School
  883 Classon Avenue at Eastern Parkway – orig. Girls' Commercial High School
► III/31 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4488 (1926)
St. Ignatius Preparatory School
  Carroll Street near Rogers Avenue
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1929)
Thomas Jefferson High School
  400 Pennsylvania Avenue at Blake Avenue
► III/31 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4487 (1926)
Visitation Academy (Bay Ridge)
  8902 Ridge Boulevard (since 1913)
► I/6 Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1913)
209 Clinton Avenue at Willoughby Avenue (1880-1913)
• unknown
Johnson and Pearl Streets (1855-1880)
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• unknown
   
  Seminaries
   
St. John Roman Catholic Seminary
location unknown
• IV/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (c.1931)
   
  Social Services
   
Brooklyn Home for Aged Men and Aged Couples (Prospect Heights)
  745 Classon Avenue at Park Place (1887-closed 1963) – sold to Interfaith Medical Center
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1197 (1910) – Chapel
Brooklyn Jewish Center (Crown Heights)
  667-691 Eastern Parkway
• III/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4373 (1929)
Brooklyn United Methodist Church Home (Ozone Park)
  1485 Dumont Avenue (since 1976)
• unknown
920 Park Place at New York Avenue (1889-1976) – Brooklyn Methodist Epis. Home for the Aged
► II/6 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1263 (1924)
McDonough Street and Stuyvesant Avenue (1883-1889)
• unknown
Church Charity Foundation (Fort Greene)
  Albany Avenue at Herkimer Street
• I/ Steere & Turner (1868)
Convent of Mercy (Fort Greene)
  273 Willoughby Street and Classon Avenue
• II/14 Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1900)
Hebrew Orphan Asylum (Fulton Park)
  373 Ralph Avenue
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3936 (1924)
► II/9 Estey Organ Co., Op. 1074 (1912) – moved from unknown theatre in Philadelphia (>1913)
House of the Good Shepherd (East New York)
  Hopkinson Avenue and Pacific Street (1875-closed 1960s)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1905)
Jewish Home for the Aged and Infirm (Bushwick)
  See Menorah House
Menorah House (Bushwick)
  871 Bushwick Avenue at Hemrod Street – orig. George P. Pope residence
• II/ Unknown Builder
St. Catherine's Convent
  location unknown
• George Jardine & Son (<1891)
St. Joseph Orphan Asylum
  Willoughby Avenue
• II/8 George Jardine & Son (<1891)
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) – Central Branch (Downtown)
  502 Fulton Street / 55 Hanson Place
• Welte Organ Company (date unknown)
Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) (Downtown)
  30 Third Avenue (since 1928)
• unknown if any
Pacific Street (1891-1928)
• II/17s/15r George S. Hutchings Co., Op. 279 (1892)
   
  Religious & Houses of Worship
   
  Assembly of God
   
Iglesia Evangelic Principe de Paz
752 44th Street – orig. Finnish / Gloria Dei Evangelical Lutheran Church
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II/11 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5266 (1928) – see Gloria Dei Lutheran Church
   
  Baptist
   
Ainslie Street Baptist Church (aka Second Baptist Church, E.D.)
  See Second Baptist Church, E.D.
Antioch Baptist Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  826 Greene Avenue near Lewis Street (since 1950) – orig. Greene Avenue Baptist Church
► III/33 Austin Organ Company, Op. 985 (1921) and Op. 985-A (1923)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1892)
165 Duffield Street at Myrtle Avenue (c.1918-1950) – orig. Concord Baptist Church of Christ
• unknown
The Baptist Temple (Boerum Hill) (aka First Baptist Church in Pierrepont Street)
  360 Schermerhorn Street at 3rd Avenue (since 1895)
► IV/38 J.W. Steere & Son, Op. 700 (1918) – OHS Citation #137 (1993) – burned 2010
► III/41 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 188 (189 – burned with church (1917)
Academy of Music (1893-1895)
Polytechnic Institute Chapel (1891-1893)
Pierrepont and Clinton Streets (1878-1891
► II/31 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 188 (1881) – enl. and moved to Baptist Temple building (1895)
Nassau and Liberty Streets (1835-1873) – burned 1873
Merged with Pierrepont Street Baptist (1873)
• II/28 Ferris & Stuart (1854)
• Holbrook & Ware (1837) – burned in Great Fire of 1848
Pearl Street between Nassau and Concord (1826-1834) – became Calvary Episcopal Church
• Henry Erben (1827)
Bedford Avenue Baptist Church (Clinton Hill)
  Bedford Avenue, between Myrtle & Willoughby Avenues (1847-?)
• unknown
Bedford Heights Baptist Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Merged with Sumner Avenue Baptist to form Trinity Baptist Church (1922)
Bergen Street at Rogers Avenue (1888-1922)
• II/17 George S. Hutchings, Op. 449 (1898) – moved by M.P. Möller (1910, Op. 1201) from Dave Hennen Morris Residence, Manhattan
Berean Missionary Baptist Church (Crown Heights)
  1635 Bergen Street at Rochester Avenue (since 1894):
Present building (since 1961):
• III/ Rodgers Instruments electronic with pipes (c.1981)
First building (1894-1961):
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3900 (1924)
Prospect Place, Carrsville (now Weeksville) (c.1850-1894):
• unknown, if any
Bethany Baptist Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  460 Marcus Garvey Boulevard (Sumner Avenue), near Decatur Street
Present building (since 1967)
► IV/39 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 4651 (1966)
First building (1924-1967) – orig. Sumner Avenue Baptist Church
• II/20 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1901)
541 Vanderbilt Aveue at Atlantic Avenue (1895-1924)
• J.H. & C.S. Odell (1916)
Bethel Baptist Church (Boerum Hill)
  265 Rev. Timothy White Way (Bergen Street)
► II/7 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2213 (1924)
Bethesda Memorial Baptist Church (Bushwick)
  49 Cornelia Street at Bushwick Avenue – orig. Bushwick Avenue Congregational
► II/11 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 355 (1898); elec. 1960s; burned 1997
Borough Park Baptist Church NE (Borough Park)
  48th Street and 13th Avenue
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► II/3 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3056 (1934)
Bridge Street Baptist Church
  See Central Baptist Church
Brown Memorial Baptist Church (Fort Greene)
  484 Washington and Gates Avenues (since 1958) – orig. Washington Avenue Baptist Church
► III/36 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1912)
629 Herkimer Street near Schenectady Avenue (1922-1958)
• unknown
1648 Fulton Street (1916-1922)
• unknown
[1] Bushwick Avenue Baptist Church (Bushwick)
  Bushwick Avenue near Wall Street (Arion Place) – org. 1854
See Greene Avenue Baptist Church
[2] Bushwick Avenue Baptist Church (Bushwick)
  1243 Bushwick Avenue at Weirfield Avenue (1891-1965) – became Church of God of Prophecy
• II/16 Reuben Midmer & Sons
Calvary Baptist Church (Red Hook)
  773 Hicks Street at West 9th Street
• unknown
120-122 4th Place (1954-?)
• unknown
14th Street and Fourth Avenue
(?-1954)
• unknown
Sumner Avenue at Decatur Street (1889-?)
• unknown
Herkimer Street, corner Troy Avenue (c.1865-1899) – became Bethany Swedish Methodist
• unknown
Centennial Baptist Church (Fort Greene)
Merged with Central Baptist Church (1896)
170 Adelphi Street, near Myrtle Avenue (1886-1896) – became Central Baptist Church
• II/20 Unknown Builder (1886)
Clermont Avenue at Willoughby Street (1879-1885) – orig. Clermont Avenue Rink
• Henry Erben (1829) – purchased from St. Ann Episcopal Church (1880)
Clinton Avenue, near Myrtle Avenue (1876-1879) – orig. Clinton Avenue Baptist Church
• unknown
Central Baptist Church (Fort Greene)
  Merged with Centennial Baptist Church, retaining name of Central Baptist (1896)
170 Adelphi Street, near Myrtle Avenue (1896-1954?) – orig. Centennial Baptist Church; now The Institutional Church Of God In Christ International Inc.
• II/20 Unknown Builder (1886)
Bridge Street, betw. Myrtle Ave. & Willoughby St. (1849-1896) – known as Bridge St. Baptist
• unknown
Central Baptist Church (Williamsburg)
  Marcy Avenue at South Fifth Street (1875-?) – became synagogue
• Reuben Midmer & Sons
• III/39 George Jardine & Son (1875)
Fourth Street (1867-1873) – orig. Bedford Avenue Reformed Church
• unknown
South Second Street (1865-1867) – Temperance Hall
• unknown
Christ Baptist Church (East New York)
  141 Hendrix Street, near Fulton (1871-?) – orig. named First Baptist Church of East New York; now Mount Hope United Holy Church
► II/9 Estey Organ Company – second-hand; not on Estey Opus List
Christian Union Baptist Church
  See Union Baptist Church
Clinton Avenue Baptist Church (Fort Greene)
  Clinton Avenue, near Myrtle Avenue (1868-1876) – became Centennial Baptist Church
• unknown
Concord Baptist Church of Christ (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  833 Gardner C. Taylor (Marcy) Avenue at Putnam Avenue
► IV/53 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2388 (1962, 1974)
833 Marcy Avenue at Putnam Avenue (1888-burned 1952) – orig. Marcy Avenue Baptist
► III/28 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2376 (1925) – burned (1952)
• III/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917); enl. 1888 organ
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1888)
• George Jardine & Son (1888) – possibly Sunday School
165 Duffield Street at Myrtle Avenue (?-1888) – became Antioch Baptist Church
• unknown
Cornerstone Baptist Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  562-74 Madison Street at Lewis Avenue (since 1944) – orig. Lewis Avenue Congregational
• unknown electronic
• Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1926)
Corner Gates Avenue at Irving Place (1933-1944) – orig. Unity Church (Third Unitarian)
► II/13 Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
Dietz Memorial Baptist Church (Italian)
  See Devoe Street Baptist Church
Devoe Street Baptist Church (Greenpoint)
  140 Devoe Street at Manhattan Avenue (since 1911)
► II/8 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1164 (1913)
16-18 Jackson Street near Union Avenue (c.1904-razed 1911) – known as First Italian Baptist
• unknown
East End Baptist Church (Cypress Hills)
  536 Glenmore Avenue at Van Siclen Avenue
• unknown
Emmanuel Baptist Church (Clinton Hill)
  279 Lafayette Avenue at St. James Place (since 1886)
• IV/40 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 892 (1908); rev. by several; new Austin console (ca. 2000) – unplayable
• III/40 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 497 (1891)
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• III/36 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1315 (1886)
Euclid [Avenue] Baptist Church (Ozone Park)
  315 Mckinley Avenue at Drew Street
• II/10 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1097 (1922) – thrown into dumpster (2011)
Evergreen Baptist Church (Bushwick)
  455 Evergreen Avenue at Woodbine Street – orig. Second German Baptist Church
► II/9 A. B. Felgemaker, Op. 949 (c.1908)
First Baptist Church of East New York
  See Christ Baptist Church
First Baptist Church of Greenpoint (aka Noble Street Baptist Church)
  Consolidated with Union Avenue Baptist Church to form Union Baptist Church (1900)
See Union Baptist Church of Brooklyn
First Baptist Church in Pierrepont Street
  see Baptist Temple
First Baptist Church of Brooklyn
  See Baptist Temple
First Baptist Church of Williamsburgh (aka Williamsburgh Baptist)
  186 Keap Street at Lee Avenue (1885-1934) – sold to Williamsburg Christian Church
► II/27 Johnson & Son, Op. 638 (1885)
Fifth & South Fifth Streets (1820s-1884) – sold to Emanuel German Ev. Lutheran Church
► II/19 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 50 (1866)
First German Baptist Church [E.D.] (Ridgewood – now part of Queens)
  64-13 Catalpa Avenue (since 1925) – now Ridgewood Baptist Church, Ridgewood, Queens
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4352 (1925)
Montrose Avenue near Union Avenue (1865-1925)
• unknown
Majeur (Remsen) Street at Graham Avenue (1854-1865)
• unknown
First German Baptist Church (Gowanus/Greenwood Heights)
  Prospect Avenue near Sixth Avenue (1882-1915) – merged with First German Baptist [E.D.]
• unknown
Carroll near Hoyt (1878-1882)
• unknown
First Italian Baptist Church
  See Devoe Street Baptist Church
First Polish Baptist Church (Greenpoint)
  55 Sutton Street, near Nassau Avenue (since c.1945) – orig. St. Luke Reformed Church
• II/10 Unknown Builder (tracker)
First Spanish Baptist Church
  See Primera Iglesia Bautista
First Swedish Baptist Church (Prospect Heights)
  513-517 Dean Street – now Temple of Restoration
• Welte Organ Company (1927)
French Speaking Baptist Church (Fort Greene)
  209 Clermont Avenue at Willoughby Street (since 1978) – orig. Simpson Methodist Epis. Church
• unknown
81 Hanson Place (1968-1978)
• unknown
Friendship Baptist Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  92 Herkimer Street – orig. Kismet Shrine Temple
• unknown
• II/18 Austin Organ Company, Op. 268 (1910) – removed
Alton Street (c.1910-?)
• unknown
Gethsemane Baptist Church (Bushwick)
  See Greene Avenue Baptist Church
Grace Baptist Church (Bushwick)
  See Grace Gospel Church
Grace Baptist Church (Sunset Park)
  5224 Sixth Avenue at 53rd Street (since 1914)
► II/12 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1265 (1914)
Forty-seventh Street (1886-1914) – known as West End Baptist Church until 1908
• unknown
Grace Baptist Church of Christ (Brownsville)
  233 New Jersey Avenue, near Liberty (since 1972) – orig. St. John German Ev. Lutheran Church
► II/17 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2807 (1929); reb. & elec. Op. 362
• Estey Organ Company, Op. 362 (1906)
Grace Gospel Church (Bushwick)
  Bainbridge Street, near Saratoga Avenue – orig. named Grace Baptist Church
• II/20 Henry Erben? (1839) – orig. in St. Bartholomew's Church, NYC; reb. Claus S. Brandrup (1899)
Great Joy Baptist Church (Bushwick)
  1171 Greene Avenue – orig. Greene Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
• II/9 Hinners Organ Company (1907)
Greene Avenue Baptist Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
826 Greene Avenue near Lewis Street (1892-1950) – now Antioch Baptist Church
► III/33 Austin Organ Company, Op. 985 (1920) and Op. 985-A (1923)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1892)
Willoughby Avenue near Broadway (1867-1884) – known as Wiiloughby Avenue Baptist
• unknown
Bushwick Avenue near Wall Street (Arion Place) (1854-1866) – orig. Ascension Episcopal – known as Bushwick Avenue Baptist Church then Gethsemane Baptist Church
• unknown
Greenpoint Baptist Church (aka First Baptist Church of Greenpoint)
 
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See Union Baptist Church of Greenpoint
Greenwood Baptist Church (Park Slope)
  461 6th Street at Seventh Avenue (since 1900)
► II/20 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 497 (1915)
► II/24 George Jardine & Son (1874) – moved from old church
Fourth Avenue at 15th Street (1874-1900)
► II/24 George Jardine & Son (1874)
15th Street near Fourth Avenue (1863-1874) – became Holy Cross Polish Catholic Church
• I/6 Henry Erben (1861) – moved to Evang. Free Church, Tottenville, S.I. (1932); extant in 2nd Court House Museum, Staten Island
Eighteenth at Third Avenue (1858-1863) – Mechanics Hall
• unknown
Hanson Place Baptist Church (Fort Greene)
88 Hanson Place at S. Portland Avenue (1860-1963) – now Hanson Place Seventh-day Adventist
• III/13 Hope-Jones Organ Company (1910)
► II/23 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 52 (1866) – see Hanson Place Seventh-day Adventist Church
Atlantic Street, near Powers (1855-1860) – known as Atlantic Street Baptist Church
• unknown
Herkimer Street Baptist Church
  See Sumner Avenue Baptist Church
Holy Trinity Baptist Church (Clinton Hill)
  10 Ralph Avenue at Quincy Street – orig. Empire Theatre
• unknown
470 DeKalb Avenue near Franklin Avenue (1898-burned 1943) – orig. DeKalb Ave. Methodist?
• II/ Reuben Midmer (1872)
Kenilworth Baptist Church (Flatbush)
  24 Kenilworth Place
• Bernhard Mudler (<1915)
Kings Chapel Baptist Church (Marine Park)
  2702 Quenton Road at East 27th Street (since 1927)
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7005 (1941)
Ocean Avenue and Avenue Q
• unknown
Kings Highway Baptist Church (Marine Park)
  See Kings Chapel Baptist Church
Lee Avenue Baptist Church (Williamsburg) (disbanded 1881)
  Lee Avenue, near Wilson Street – became a theatre
► II/31 Levi Stuart (1878)
• unknown (c.1872)
Lefferts Park Baptist Church (Dyker Heights)
7524 14th Avenue at 76th Street
► II/8 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1240 (1914)
Lenox Road Baptist Church (Brownsville)
  1356 Lenox Road at Nostrand Avenue
► II/10 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 879 (1932) – burned (1975)
• W. W. Kimball
Marcy Avenue Baptist Church NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  See Concord Baptist Church of Christ
833 Marcy Avenue at Putnam Avenue (1888-ca.1925) – became Concord Baptist (c.1925)
► III/28 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2376 (1925)
• III/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917); enlarged 1888 organ
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1888)
• George Jardine & Son (1888) – possibly Sunday School
Marcy Avenue at Monroe Avenue (1872-1888)
• unknown
McDonough Street Baptist Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  506 McDonough Street at Patchen Avenue (until 1927) – became Nazarene Congregational Church
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons
Memorial Baptist Church (Park Slope)
  1506 Eighth Avenue, corner 16th Street (since 1891)
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► II/7 William B. Williams, Op. 20 (c.1894)
Metropolitan Baptist Church (Bensonhurst)
  1624 84th Street near 16th Avenue (since c. 1975) – orig. St. John Evang. Lutheran
• unknown
Mount Lebanon Baptist Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  230 Decatur Street at Lewis Avenue (since 1948) – orig. Embury Methodist Episcopal Church
• II/14 George S. Hutchings Co., Op. 367 (1895)
Howard Avenue near Herkimer Street (?-1948)
• II/3 "Style Chapel" Wurlitzer, Op. 2175 (1932)
Mount Pisgah Baptist Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  222 Tompkins and DeKalb Avenues (since c.1978) – orig. St. Ambrose Catholic Church
► II/15 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1875) – see St. Ambrose Catholic Church
New Beginnings Baptist Church (Williamsburg)
  Named Spanish Calvary Baptist Church until 2008
199 North 5th Street near Driggs Avenue (since 1965) – orig. St. Matthew Evan. German Lutheran
► II/9 Wm. & Chas. H. Pilcher (1901) – moved to Clifton Springs Hospital, Clifton Springs, N.Y. (2012)
Pierrepont Street Baptist Church (Brooklyn Heights)
Pierrepont and Clinton Streets (1844-1891) – merged with First Baptist Church of Brooklyn (1873)
• II/31 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 188 (1881) – enl. and moved by Odell to Baptist Temple (1895)
• II/24 Henry Erben (1845)
Pilgrim Baptist Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Patchen Avenue corner Decatur Street
• I/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
Pilgrim Father Church (Bushwick)
  1340 Broadway at Linden Street (since 1977) – orig. Loew's Gates Theatre
• IV/ electronic
Primera Iglesia Bautista (Boerum Hill)
  301-5 Pacific Street – orig. Bethlehem Swedish Lutheran Church
• unknown
Redeemer, Baptist Church of the (Flatbush-Ditmas Park)
  780 Ocean Avenue at Cortelyou Road
1921 Cortelyou Road at Ocean Avenue (since c.1925)
► II/21 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2413 (1925)
780 Ocean Avenue at Cortelyou Road (c.1907-c.1925)
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 478 (1907)
Salem Missionary Baptist Church (Flatbush)
  305 East 21st Street at Albemarle Road – orig. Congregation Shaare Torah
► III/31 Reuter Organ Company, Op. 2213 (2002)
Second Baptist Church [E.D.] (aka Ainslie Street Baptist Church)
  Ainslie Street near Graham Avenue (1875-?)
• J.H. & C.S. Odell
Lawrence & Tillary Streets (1848-1875) – became Presybterian, then St. Casimir RC (Polish), then St. Michael the Archangel (Italian)
• unknown
Second German Baptist Church (E.D., Bushwick)
  455 Evergreen Avenue at Woodbine Street (1900-closed c.1920) – now Evergreen Baptist
► II/9 A. B. Felgemaker, Op. 949 (c.1908) – see Evergreen Baptist Church
Wallabout Street near Harrison Avenue (1881-1900)
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• unknown
Sixth Avenue Baptist Church (Park Slope)
  97 Lincoln Place, corner Sixth Avenue
► II/19 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 180 (1880) – restored by Chris Ballad (1996)
Spanish Calvary Baptist Church (Williamsburg)
  See New Beginnings Baptist Church
Strong Place Baptist Church (Cobble Hill)
  Strong Place and Degraw Street (1849-closed c.2010) – converted to condos
Church (opened 1852)
• II/ Harry Hall (1928), retaining case
• II/ William H. Davis & Son (<1900)
• II/28 Ferris & Stuart (1853)
Chapel (opened 1849)
• II/ Henry Crabb (1848)
Sumner Avenue Baptist Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Merged with Bedford Heights Baptist to form Trinity Baptist Church (1922)
Sumner Avenue at Decatur Street
• II/20 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1901)
Tabernacle Baptist Church (Carroll Gardens)
  Corner Clinton Street & Third Place (1869-1927) – became Trinity Syrian Orthodox Church
• unknown
Corner Hicks and Rapelyea Streets (1860-1869)
• II/13 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 357 (1865)
[1] Trinity Baptist Church (Bushwick)
  Patchen and Greene Avenues (1877-?)
• I/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
[2] Trinity Baptist Church (Crown Heights)
  Merger of Sumner Avenue and Bedford Heights Baptist Churches (1922)
179 New York Avenue (since 1927)
► II/12 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4917 (1927)
Union Avenue Baptist Church (Greenpoint)
  Merged into First (Noble Street) Baptist Church of Greenpoint to form Union Baptist Church (1900)
750-52 Manhattan Avenue, near Norman Avenue (1870-1900)
Second building (1881-1900)
• II/16 George Jardine & Son (1881)
First building (1870-1881) – became Sunday School hall
• unknown
Union Baptist Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Known as Immanuel Congregational Church until 1945
461 Decatur Street, between Ralph & Patchen Avenues (since 1898)
► II/11 John Brown (c.1898)
Rochester Avenue and Herkimer Street (until 1898)
• unknown
Union Baptist Church (Boerum Hill) (aka Christian Union Baptist Church)
  401 Atlantic Avenue at Bond Street (1945-?) – orig. St. Peter Episcopal; then Second United Presbyterian; then Union Baptist; now Belorussian Autocephalic Orthodox
► I/9 George Jardine & Son (1864)
266 Myrtle Avenue (1916-1945)
• unknown
Union Baptist Church of Brooklyn (Greenpoint)
  Consolidation of First Baptist Church of Greenpoint and Union Avenue Baptist Church (1900)
151 Noble Street, near Manhattan Avenue (since 1863) – orig. First Baptist of Greenpoint
► I/9 George Jardine & Son (1864) – moved to Emmanuel Presbyterian, Manhattan
► II/16 Unknown Builder – moved from earlier church?
First church building (1849-1863)
• unknown
Upper Room Baptist Church (Fort Greene)
  180 Van Buren Street at Sumner Avenue – orig. Sumner Avenue Methodist
• II/ Hammond Musical Instruments
Washington Avenue Baptist Church (Fort Greene)
  484 Washington Avenue at Gates Avenue (1860-1929) – now Brown Memorial Baptist Church
► III/36 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1912) – see Brown Memorial Baptist Church
► II/28 Henry Erben (1860); reb. Wm. H. Davis (1887)
► II/26 Henry Erben (1860)
Williamsburg Baptist Church
 
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Willoughby Avenue Baptist Church
  See Greene Avenue Baptist Church
Zion Baptist Church (Fort Greene)
  531 Washington Avenue, near Fulton Street
• unknown - moved by Geo. Kilgen & Son as Op. 5533 from Resurrection RC, Brooklyn (1935)
 

  Church of Christ, Scientist
   
First Church of Christ, Scientist (Park Slope)
  156 Sterling Place (Flatbush & Seventh Avenues) – orig. Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist
► II/16 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 2974 (1949); enl. Schantz Organ Co. (1983)
1256 Dean Street at New York Avenue (1914-?) – now Hebron Seventh-day Adventist Church
• III/39 Austin Organ Company, Op. 410 (1915); reb. (1970)
404 Lafayette Avenue, near Franklin Avenue (1897-1910) – became Siloam Presbyterian
• II/9 George Earle (1897)
266 Cumberland Street, between Lafayette & DeKalb Avenues (c.1895-1897)
• unknown
Second Church of Christ, Scientist (Bay Ridge)
  516 Bay Ridge Parkway at 75th Street
• unknown
67th Street between 3rd and 4th Avenues
► III/46 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5475 (1930)
Park Place, near Nostrand Ave. (1898-?) – named Brooklyn Church of Christ, Scientist until 1900
• unknown
Third Church of Christ, Scientist (Flatbush)
  150 Kenilworth Place (since 1982) – Reading Room
• unknown in any
261 East 21st Street (c.1928-1982) – now Flatbush Seventh-day Adventist Church
► III/41 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2561 (1928)
Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist (Park Slope)
  156 Sterling Place (Flatbush & Seventh Avenues) – became First Church of Christ, Scientist
• II/9 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 2974 (1949)
181 Lincoln Place
• unknown
Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist (Borough Park)
  46th Street and Fort Hamilton Parkway (closed)
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6197 (1933)
   
  Congregational
   
Beecher Memorial Congregational Church (Brownsville)
  Herkimer Street, near Rockaway Avenue
• unknown
Bedford Congregational Church (Clinton Hill)
  Bedford Avenue near Pacific Street – became St. Luke's Protestant Episcopal Mission Chapel
• unknown
Bethel Chapel – Plymouth Church NE (Brooklyn Heights)
  Merged with Mayflower Mission (1903)
15 Hicks Street, near Fulton Street (1868-1903)
• II/19 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 451 (1868)
Brighton Chapel NE (Coney Island) (aka Coney Island Congregational Church)
  Neptune Avenue, near Courtland Street (1875-1907)
• unknown
Bushwick Avenue Congregational Church (Bushwick)
  1160 Bushwick Avenue, corner Cornelia Street – became Bethesda Memorial Baptist Church
► II/11 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 355 (1898); elec. 1960s; burned 1997
Cadman Memorial Church (Clinton Hill)
  350 Clinton Avenue, corner Lafayette Avenue (since 1942)
Present building (since 1923) – orig. Clinton Avenue Congregational Church
► III/31 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3579 (1923)
Earlier building (1855-1923)
► III/39 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 293 (1885) – moved to St. Patrick RC, Long Island City (1923)
• III/28 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 197 (1856)
Central Congregational Church (Clinton Hill)
  Merged with Clinton Avenue Congregational to form Cadman Memorial Church (1942)
25 Hancock Street, near Franklin Avenue (1872-1942)
► II/9 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 492 (1924) – Chapel
► IV/39 Austin Organ Company, Op. 330 (1913) – moved to First Presbyterian, Arlington, TX (1942)
• III/36 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 496 (1891)
• Reuben Midmer & Son (1872)
Ormond Place and Jefferson Street (1854-1872)
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• II/26 George N. Andrews (1863)
Clinton Avenue Congregational Church
  See Cadman Memorial Church (Congregational)
Coney Island Congregational Church NE (Coney Island)
  See Brighton Chapel
Covenant, Church of the
  Congregation became Presbyterian (1896)
See Bedford-Central Presybterian Church
Elm Place Congregational Church
  See Union Congregational Church
Finnish Golgotha Congregational Church
  733 44th Street
• unknown
Flatbush Congregational Church
  See Flatbush-Tompkins Congregational Church
Flatbush-Tompkins Congregational Church (Flatbush-Ditmas Park)
  Merged with Tompkins Congregational Church in 1942
424 East 19th Street at Dorchester – orig. Flatbush Congregational Church
► III/43 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2438 (1965) – Chancel
► Aeolian Company, Op. 1586 (1926) – Antiphonal
► 0/12 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 1063 (1945)
• III/ W.W. Kimball Co. (1912); reb. W.W. Kimball Co. (1939)
• II/ Vaughan Ramsey – Auditorium
• II/ Vaughan Ramsey – Music Office
Grace Congregational Church
  See Lewis Avenue Congregational Church
Immanuel Congregational Church
  See Union Baptist Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
King's Highway Congregational Church (Midwood)
  Ocean Avenue and Avenue P
• II/25 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1662 (1929)
Lee Avenue Congregational Church
  See United Congregational Church
Lewis Avenue Congregational Church NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Originally known as Grace Congregational Church
Lewis Avenue and Madison Street (1889-1944) – now Cornerstone Baptist Church
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1926)
• II/24 Louis F. Mohr (1911) – possibly second-hand organ electrified and/or relocated by Mohr
Lewis Avenue and Monroe Street (1877-1889) – became Bethel Chapel (1889)
• unknown
Mapleton Park Congregational Church (Mapleton)
  65th Street near 18th Avenue
• I/7 George Jardine & Son
Mayflower Mission, Plymouth Church NE (Brooklyn Heights)
  Johnson and Lawrence Streets (1910-1960)
• Unknown Builder
Jay Street, near Sands Street (?-1910) – razed for Manhattan Bridge
• Levi Stuart or R.M. Ferris (<1873) – possibly in Bethel Mission Chapel
Mediator, Church of the NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Rochester Avenue and Herkimer Street (1861-?) – became or aka Rochester Ave. Congregational
• I/6 George Jardine & Son (1880)
Nazarene Congregational Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Herkimer Street and Troy Avenue
• unknown
New England Congregational Church NE (Williamsburg)
  Merged with Lee Avenue Congregational Church to form United Congregational Church (1900)
120-124 South Ninth Street (1853-1900) – became Immanuel Ev. Lutheran; now Iglesia Pentecostal La Luz del Mundo
Rebuilt building (1894-1900)
• II/ L.C. Harrison (c.1894)
Original building (1853-burned 1893)
• II/19 Ferris & Stuart (1853)
Ocean Avenue Congregational Church NE (Midwood)
  Merged with Flatbush-Tompkins Congregational (1961)
1423 Ocean Avenue and Avenue L (c.1913-1961)
► II/12 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6263 (1934)
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► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1615 (1913)
Park Congregational Church (Park Slope)
  See Park Slope Congregational Church
Park Slope Congregational Church NE (Park Slope)
  216 Eighth Avenue near 2nd Street (1903-1950) – now Virgin Mary Greek Melkite Catholic Ch.
• II/17 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1903)
7th Street near Sixth Avenue (1870 -1903) – known as Park Cong'l.; sold to Emanuel Ev. Luth.; now Kingsboro Temple SDA Church
• George Jardine & Son (1888)
Parkville Congregational Church (Parkville)
  18th Avenue and East 5th Street
• II/ Austin Organ Company – possibly moved from Tea Room of Wanamaker Store in NYC
• Reuben Midmer (1871) – possibly second-hand
Pennsylvania Avenue Congregational Church NE (Brownsville)
  Pennsylvania Avenue at Glenmore Avenue (until 1901) – became Lutheran Ch. of Reformation
• Unknown Builder (1893)
Pilgrim Chapel NE (Brooklyn Heights)
  Henry Street, corner Degraw Street (1878-?)
► II/18 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 915 (1878) – moved to Union Cong., RIchmond Hill, Queens
Warren Street, near Hicks (1853-1878) – known as Warren Street Mission
• unknown
Pilgrim Swedish Evangelical Congregational Church NE (Boerum Hill)
  415 Atlantic Avenue (1903-?) – became Holy Family Episcopal; now House of the Lord Pentecostal
► II/13 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 514 (1917)
• Unknown Builder (c.1903) – moved to St. Anselm's R.C. Lower Church, Bronx
Pilgrims, Church of the (Brooklyn Heights)
  Merged into Plymouth Congregational Church (1934)
113 Remsen Street at Henry Street (1846-1934) – now Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Cathedral
► III/25 Austin Organ Company, Op. 259 (1909)
► III/43 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 519 (1870)
• III/45 Thomas Appleton (1846) – moved by Johnson (Op. 295) to So. Cong'l., Chicago (1869)
Plymouth Church (Brooklyn Heights)
  Merged with Church of the Pilgrims (1934) – known as Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims until 2011
75 Hicks Street (since 1850) – orig. Plymouth Church
► IV/58 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 964 (1937)
► IV/52 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 120 (1904)
► IV/64 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 360 (1865); reb. by Hook & Hastings (1892)
• Levi U. Stuart (1862) – Sunday School room
► III/35 William B. D. Simmons & Co. (1850)
Cranberry Street (1847-burned 1849) – orig. First Presbyterian Church, "New School"
• Hall & Labagh (c.1847)
Puritan Church NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Lafayette Avenue at Marcy Avenue (1870-1924) – sold to St. Augustine's P.E. Church
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1892)
II/24 Edwin L. Holbrook (1871)
DeKalb Avenue at Walworth Street (1864-1870)
• unknown
Rochester Avenue Congregational Church NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Merged with Patchen Avenue Congregational to form Immanuel Congregational (1897)
Rochester Avenue & Herkimer Street (until 1897) – became Calvary English Lutheran Church
• I/6 George Jardine & Son (1880)
Rugby Congregational Church (East Flatbush)
  4901 Snyder Avenue (since 1928) – renamed Rugby Deliverance Tabernacle (2003)
► II/4 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4937 (1934)
St. Mark Chapel – Central Congregational Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  461 Decatur Street at Lewis Avenue
• II/10 Reuben Midmer & Son (1906)
St. Paul Congregational Church NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Merged into Central Congregational Church (1937)
Sterling Place & New York Avenue (1905-1937)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Son (c.1906)
South Congregational Church NE (Carroll Gardens)
  360 Court Street, corner President Street – church converted to condos
► III/58 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 906 (1933) – sold to Youngstown (Oh.) Symphony
► III/57 George S. Hutchings, Op. 446 (1898)
• II/27 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 217 (1857)
South Ninth Street Congregational Church NE (Gowanus)
  South 9th Street at 6th Street
• II/19 Richard Ferris (1853)
State Street Congregational Church NE (Boerum Hill)
  Merged into Elm Place Congregational Church to become Union Congregational Church (1875)
State Street, near Hoyt Street (1860-1875) – orig. First Congregational; later Cong. Beth Elohim
• George Jardine & Son (1866)
Swedish Finnish Congregational Church (Sunset Park)
  742 41st Street
• George Jardine & Son
Tompkins Avenue Congregational Church NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
Merged with Flatbush Congregational Church to form Flatbush-Tompkins Cong'l. Church (1942)
480 Tompkins Avenue, corner McDonough St. (1889-1942) – now First A.M.E. Zion Church
► IV/46 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 145 (1907)
• III/35s E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 723 (1873) – moved from old building
• Reuben Midmer & Sons
• Estey Organ Company – location unknown; possibly second-hand
69 McDonough Street, NW corner Tompkins Avenue (1873-1889) – orig. Tompkins Ave. Presbyterian; later St. Matthew Episcopal; now Stuyvesant Heights Christian Center
• III/35s E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 723 (1873) – moved to new building
Union Congregational Church NE (Brownsville)
  Merged into Beecher Memorial Congregational Church (1893)
Merger of Elm Place and State Street Congregational churches (1885)
Powell Street, near New Lots Avenue (1885-1893)
• unknown
Elm Place near Fulton Street (1856-burned 1880) – known as Elm Place Congregational Church
• Reuben Midmer & Son (1860s)
United Congregational Church (Williamsburg)
  Merger of Lee Avenue and New England Congregational churches (1900)
Lee Avenue and Hooper Street – orig. Lee Avenue Congregational Church
• unknown
Warren Street Mission
 
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  Disciples of Christ (Christian)
   
Boro Park Christian Church (Disciples) (Borough Park)
  Corner Twelfth Avenue and 45th Street
• unknown
Calvary Christian Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  See Stuyvesant Heights Christian Church
First Church of Christ (Disciples) (Prospect Heights)
  Park Place and Vanderbilt Avenue
• unknown
123 Sterling Place at Seventh Avenue – orig. Seventh Avenue (Grace) M.E. Church
► II/14 William A. Johnson, Op. 307 (1869)
Bedford Avenue at Madison Street – Aurora Grata Scottish Rite Cathedral
• Hall & Labagh (c.1876)
Flatbush Christian Church NE (Flatbush-Ditmas Park)
  Dorchester Road and East 15th Street (1900-1967) – became senior center
► II/14 Clarence E. Morey (1915)
Greenpoint Church of Christ
  See Second Church of Christ (Disciples)
Halsey Street Christian Church
  See Stuyvesant Heights Christian Church
Second Church of Christ (Disciples) (Greenpoint)
  700-702 Humboldt Street, near Nassau Avenue (1890-?)
• I/7 Reuben Midmer & Son
Stuyvesant Heights Christian Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  69 McDonough Street at Tompkins Avenue (since 1944) – orig. Tompkins Avenue Presbyterian
► III/29 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3417 (1922)
1440 Fulton Street (1937-1944)
• unknown
456 Halsey Street (1931-1937) – known as Halsey Street Christian Church
• unknown
82 Irving Place (1928-1931) – known as Calvary Christian Church
• unknown
Third Church of Christ (Disciples) NE (Flatbush)
  See Flatbush Christian Church
Williamsburg Christian Church (Williamsburg)
674 Myrtle Avenue (since 2001)
• electronic keyboards
Lee Avenue at Keap Street (1934-2001) – orig. First Baptist Church of Williamsburg
► II/27 Johnson & Son, Op. 638 (1885) – removed by Organ Clearing House (2001)
Winthrop Park Church of Christ (Disciples) (Greenpoint)
  199 North Henry Street, near Nassau Avenue
• unknown
   
  Episcopal
   
Advent Mission NE (Bay Ridge)
  Corner 75th & 17th Streets
• unknown
All Saints Episcopal Church (Park Slope)
  286 Seventh Avenue at 7th Street
Present building (since 1893)
► II/22 Delaware Organ Company (1970s)
► II/25 Hillgreen, Lane & Company, Op. 773 (1924)
► II/25 Carl Barckhoff (c.1893)
First building (1870-1893)
• unknown
Annunzione (Italian) Mission NE (Bensonhurst)
  1412 67th Street
• unknown
Ascension, Church of the (Bushwick)
  Bushwick Avenue near Wall Street (1846-1854) – became Bushwick Avenue Baptist Church
• unknown
Ascension, Church of the (Carroll Gardens)
  See St. Martin Episcopal Church
Ascension, Church of the (Greenpoint)
  127 Kent Street
Present building (since 1866)
II/5 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 2929 (1948)
• unknown (1866)
First building (1853-1866)
• I/ Ferris & Stuart (1859)
Church of the Atonement (South Slope)
  239 17th Street, near Fifth Avenue
Second building (1890-?) – became Pentecostal Church
► II/22 Reuben Midmer & Son (1891)
First building (until 1890) – became Sunday School
• unknown
Calvary & St. Cyprian's Episcopal Church (Bushwick)
  966 Bushwick Avenue at Menahan Street (since 1950s?) – orig. Calvary Episcopal Church
• II/12 Austin Organ Company, Op. 327 (1913)
Calvary Episcopal Church (Bushwick)
  966 Bushwick Avenue at Menahan Street (since 1913?) – became Calvary & St. Cyprian's Epis.
• II/12 Austin Organ Company, Op. 327 (1913)
South 9th Street, corner Marcy Avenue (1862-1913?)
• unknown
Pearl Street, betw. Nassau & Concord (1840-1862) – orig. First Baptist; later Cong. Beth Elohim
• Henry Erben (1848)
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• Henry Erben (1827)
Calvary (Free) Episcopal Church (Williamsburg)
  South 9th Street (1862-?)
• unknown
North 9th Street (1853-1862)
• unknown
Christ Chapel, Episcopal (Red Hook)
  See Holy Child Jesus Episcopal Church
Christ Church, Bay Ridge (Bay Ridge)
  7301 Ridge Boulevard (since 1910)
• III/ Rodgers Instruments electronic (2012)
► III/42 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3255 (1959)
► III/30 Lewis & Hitchcock (1928)
• II/15 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 487 (1869) – moved from previous church
68th Street and Third Avenue (1853-1910)
• II/15 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 487 (1869)
Christ Church, Cobble Hill (Cobble Hill)
  326 Clinton Avenue (since 1842)
► III/30 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6837 (1940)
► III/37 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 310 (1893) – burned 1939
• Henry Erben (1845)
• unknown builder (1837)
Christ Church, Williamsburgh NE (Williamsburg)
  481 Bedford Avenue, near Division Avenue (1851-c.1947)
Second building (1863-c.1947)
• III/ George Jardine & Sons (1863) – enlarged and moved to chancel (1893)
• III/41 George Jardine & Sons (1863)
First building (1849-1863) – known as Christ Church, North Brooklyn
• unknown builder
South 7th and 5th Streets (1847-1849)
• I/ seraphine (reed organ)
Emmanuel Episcopal Church (Brooklyn Heights)
  Reorganized as Grace Church (1847)
Sidney Place (1842-1848) – sold to St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church (1849)
Emmanuel Episcopal Church (Carroll Gardens)
  See St. Martin Episcopal Church
Emmanuel Episcopal Church (Sheepshead Bay)
  2635 East 23rd Street
• II/ Geo. Kilgen & Son (1933)
Epiphany & St. Simon, Episcopal Church of the (Midwood)
  2910 Avenue M at 29th Street
► II/16 Ronald Bishop
• II/4 Aeolian Company, Op. 1795 (1931)
Epiphany Episcopal Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  McDonough Street and Tompkins Avenue
• unknown
Epiphany Episcopal Church (Sheepshead Bay)
  Merged into St. Simon Episcopal to become Church of the Epiphany & St. Simon
Corner East 17th and Avenue R
• Philipp Wirshing - 12 stops
Good Angels, Free Church of the (Carroll Gardens)
  See St. Martin Episcopal Church
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  334 Macdonough Street near Stuyvesant St (1871-1944) – became St. Philip Episcopal (1944)
► II/17 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 1801 (1931) – See St. Philip Episcopal Church
• II/10s Austin Organ Company, Op. 1097 (1922)
• I/10 Reuben Midmer (1871)
Grace Church, Episcopal (Brooklyn Heights)
  54 Hicks Street at Grace Court (since 1848)
► III/69 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2780 (2001)
► III/44 Tellers Organ Company, Op. 938-361 (1961)
• III/- Hope-Jones Organ Company (1909) – electrified Roosevelt
• III/32 Hilborne and Frank Roosevelt, Op. 368 (1887)
• III/33 Hall & Labagh (1849); enl. Labagh-Kemp (1877) – moved to St. Clement Epis. (1892)
Grace Church Mission Chapel NE (Brooklyn Heights)
  219 High Street, near Gold Street (1875-?)
• II/14 Claus S. Brandrup (may have been second-hand)
Grace Church Mission Chapel NE (Williamsburg)
  Conselyea near Lorimer Street (1853-closed 1958, razed shortly after)
• I/10 Johnson & Son, Op. 354 (1871) – extant in building as late as 1958
Guion Church
  See St. George Episcopal Church
Holy Apostles Episcopal Church (Windsor Terrace)
  622 Greenwood Avenue near Prospect Avenue
• Hillgreen, Lane & Company, Op. 873 (1926)
• unknown builder (1901)
Holy Child Jesus, Episcopal Church of the NE (Red Hook)
  110 Wolcott Street near Van Brunt Street (1899-1970s) – orig. Christ Chapel; now Red Hook Pentecostal Holiness Church
Second building (1900-?)
► II/17 James M. Mandeville (1884) – moved to St. Andrew Episcopal Church, Astoria (1970s?)
First building (1868-1899)
► II/17 James M. Mandeville (1884)
Holy Cross Mission, Episcopal – La Iglesia de la Santa Cruz (Bushwick)
  176 St. Nicholas Avenue
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9799 (1962)
Top
• Geo. Kilgen & Son (<1927)
Holy Family Episcopal Church (Boerum Hill)
  Merged into Christ Church
415 Atlantic Avenue – orig. Pilgrim Swedish Congregational; now House of the Lord Pentecostal
► II/13 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 514 (1917) – see Pilgrim Swedish Congregational
Holy Spirit Episcopal Church (Bensonhurst)
  81-17 Bay Parkway corner 82nd Street
• M.P. Möller – relocated tracker organ
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1926)
Holy Trinity Episcopal Chapel NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Fulton Street, near Utica Avenue (1867-?)
• II/12s J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 184 (1881)
• I/10s Johnson & Son, Op. 148 (1863)
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church (Brooklyn Heights)
  157 Montague Street (1846-closed 1957) – now St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
► V/72 Skinner Organ Co., Op. 524 (1925), rev. Farrell & Van Zoeren (1968) – OHS Citation #240
► IV/64 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 524 (1925)
► IV/– Skinner Organ Company, Op. 142 (1909) – console
► III/50 George S. Hutchings Co., Op. 474 (1899)
► III/45 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 2 (1873)
► III/40 William A. Johnson (1870)
► III/32 Henry Crabbe (1847)
Incarnation, Episcopal Church of the (Clinton Hill)
  orig. Reformed Episcopal Church of the Reformation; merged into Church of the Messiah
Gates Avenue, between Classon & Franklin Avenues
• II/18 Reuben Midmer & Sons; reb. (1895)
Gates Avenue at Irving Place (1876-?) – orig. Genevan Presbyterian Church
• II/19 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 574 (1871)
266 Cumberland Street, near Lafayette Avenue (1874-1876)
• unknown
Mediator, Episcopal Church of the NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Ormond Place and Jefferson Street (1873-1880s?) – orig. Central Congregational Church
• I/6 George Jardine & Son (1880)
► II/17 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 136 (1874) – orig. Hall & Labagh (1848) in St. Ann's Church for the Deaf Mutes, Manhattan
• II/26 George N. Andrews (1863)
Messiah and Incarnation, Episcopal Church of the NE (Fort Greene)
  80 Greene Avenue corner Clermont Avenue (1865-1969) – orig. Church of the Messiah
► IV/57 Austin Organ Company, Op. 962 (1920) – burned (1969)
• II/ George Jardine & Son (1886)
• Alexander Mills (1872)
• Ferris & Stuart (1865)
Adelphi Street (1852-1865)
Second building (1859-1865) – became St. Mark Episcopal Church
• unknown
First building (1852-1859)
• unknown
Nativity, Episcopal Church of the (Flatbush)
  1099 Ocean Avenue at Avenue F (since 1910)
► II/15 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1446 (1912)
Corner Kenilworth and Amesfort Places (1900-1910)
• unknown
Our Saviour, Episcopal Church of (Carroll Gardens)
  Clinton Street, corner Luquer
• George Jardine & Son (<1869)
Reconciliation, Church of the (Reformed Episcopal)
  Nostrand Avenue, corner of Jefferson Avenue (1881-?)
Second building (1890-?)
• unknown
First building (1882-1890)
• unknown
Gates Avenue and Irving Place (?-1882) – became Irving Music Hall
• unknown
Redeemer, Episcopal Church of the NE (Boerum Hill)
  561 Pacific Street at Fourth Avenue (1853-2012)
► II/21 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1906); rev. as of (2006)
► II/32 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1906); reb. Paul Gunzelman (1965)
► II/27 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1906)
• Reuben Midmer & Sons – Sunday school
• II/27 Johnson & Son, Op. 203 (1866)
Fulton Avenue and Elm Place (1855-1866)
• William H. Davis (1858)
Reformation, Episcopal Church of the (Reformed Episcopal)
  See Church of the Incarnation (2)
St. Alban Episcopal Church (Carnarsie)
  9408 Farragut Road
• unknown
St. Andrew Episcopal Church (Sunset Park)
  4917 Fourth Avenue at 50th Street
• unknown
47th Street near Third Avenue
• J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 21 (1864)
• William H. Davis (1859)
St. Ann Episcopal Church (Brooklyn Heights)
  157 Montague Street (since 1969) – orig. Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
Renamed St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
Clinton and Livingston Streets (1869-1969) – now owned by Packer Collegiate Institute
• II/28 Austin Organ Company, Op. 222 (1908)
• II/18 George Jardine & Son (1885) – Chancel
► III/46 Henry Erben (1868)
Washington and Prospect Streets (1825-1869) – became Church of the Mediator
► II/22 Henry Crabb (1850)
• Henry Erben (1828)
Sands Street (1805-1825)
Top
• II/ William Redstone (1814)
St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church (Brooklyn Heights)
  157 Montague Street (since 1969) – orig. Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
► V/72 Skinner Organ Co., Op. 524 (1925), rev. Farrell & Van Zoeren (1968) – OHS Citation #240
► IV/64 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 524 (1925)
► IV/– Skinner Organ Company, Op. 142 (1909) – console
► III/50 George S. Hutchings Co., Op. 474 (1899)
► III/45 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 2 (1873)
► III/40 William A. Johnson (1870)
► III/32 Henry Crabbe (1847)
St. Augustine Episcopal Church (East Flatbush)
  4301 Avenue D (since 1982)
• II/ Rodgers Instruments electronic (1980s)
Corner Classon and Madison AvenuesNativity of Our Blessed Lord Catholic Church
► II/29 J.H. & C.S. Odell (1872)
1405 Bushwick Avenue, corner Cooper Avenue – St. Thomas Episcopal Church
• II/15 Austin Organ Company, Op. 592 (1915)
Kosciusko Street (1968-1974) – Bedford Corps of Salvation Army
• unknown
Marcy and Lafayette Avenues (1924-burned 1969) – orig. Puritan Church
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
Canton (Edward) Street (1889-1904, 1906-1924)
• II/14 L.C. Harrison
246 Bridge Street (1881-1888)
• unknown
Fourth Avenue and Pacific Street (1876-1881) – Church of the Redeemer
• II/27 Johnson & Son, Op. 203 (1866)
[1st] St. Barnabas Episcopal Church NE (Bushwick)
  Merged with Calvary Episcopal Church (1909)
Bushwick Avenue at Grove Street (1892-1909) – became Calvary Episcopal Church (1909)
• L.C. Harrison
Evegreen Avenue, near Chestnut Street (1869-1892)
• unknown
[2nd] St. Barnabas Episcopal Church (Cypress Hills)
  725 Belmont Avenue at Elton Street (since 1911)
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6721 (1938)
St. Bartholomew Episcopal Church (Crown Heights)
  1227 Pacific Street at Bedford Avenue
Present building (since 1890):
• IV/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1960); reb. of 1921 Midmer & Sons
► IV/43 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1921)
► III/36 Reuben Midmer & Son (1910)
• II/20 George Jardine & Son (1890)
First building (? - burned 1886) – orig. Bedford Congregational Church
• unknown
St. Chrysostom Protestant Episcopal Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Tompkins Avenue and McDonough Street (1889-?) – orig. Tompkins Ave. Presbyterian
• unknown
St. Clement Episcopal Church NE (East New York)
  Pennsylvania Avenue at Liberty Avenue (1890-1927)
• II/14 Geo. Kilgen & Son (1890)
• III/ Hall & Labagh (1849); reb. by Labagh & Kemp (1877) – moved from Grace Church (1892)
St. Gabriel Episcopal Church (Crown Heights)
  331 Hawthorne Street at Nostrand Avenue
• unknown
St. George Episcopal Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  800 Marcy Avenue at Gates Avenue (since 1888) – orig. St. Thomas Church; then Guion Church
• Saville Organ Company electronic (1972)
• II/ Midmer-Light (>1918); reb. & elec. of Hillgreen, Lane
► II/26 Hillgreen, Lane & Company, Op. 12 (1900)
• II/25s Hook & Hastings, Op. 1360 (1887) – burned with church interior (1900)
Greene Avenue between Marcy and Tompkins Avenues (1870-1888):
• II/ Ferris & Stuart (1869)
St. James Episcopal Church (Clinton Hill)
  St. James Place and Lafayette Avenue
Second building (1901-?)
► III/35 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2003 (1915)
► III/38 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1901)
First building (1868-1901)
• George Jardine & Son (1868)
St. James Episcopal Church NE (Williamsburg)
  Remsen Street (1869-?)
• unknown
St. John Episcopal Chapel NE (Crown Heights)
  Atlantic Avenue, near Albany Avenue
• unknown
St. John Episcopal Church (Fort Hamilton)
  9818 Fort Hamilton Parkway
• Allen Organ Company electronic
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
• II/23 Hook & Hastings, Op. 983 (1880)
• Henry Erben (1833)
St. John Episcopal Church (Park Slope)
  139 St. John's Place near Seventh Avenue (since 1868)
► III/52 Hillgreen, Lane & Co. organ enlarged by Various Builders (1966-1980s)
► II/15 Hillgreen, Lane & Company, Op. 1238 (1960)
• II/15 George Jardine & Son (1893)
• unknown (c.1868)
Washington and Johnson Streets (1826-1868)
• unknown
St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church NE (Parkville)
  Ocean Parkway & Webster Avenue (last building c.1929-closed 1970s)
Second building (1929-1970s)
• II/14 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1698 (1929)
First building (?-1929)
► II/10 Estey Organ Company – Church Phonorium (reed) – moved from Flatlands Presbyterian
• II/ Estey Organ Company reed organ
St. Jude Protestant Episcopal Church NE (Borough Park)
  Corner 55th Street and 14th Avenue
Top
► II/15 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 122 (1905)
St. Luke and St. Matthew Episcopal Church (Clinton Hill)
  Merged with St. Matthew Episcopal and name changed (1943)
520 Clinton Avenue near Fulton Street – orig. St. Luke Episcopal Church
► IV/58 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1945 (1915)
► IV/60 Reuben Midmer & Son (1895); reb. previous organ
► II/15 William H. Davis & Son (1889) – Sunday school hall
► III/32 Reuben Midmer & Son (1881) – Chapel
• IV/ Reuben Midmer? (1865)
St. Lydia Episcopal Church (East New York or Ozone Park)
  958 Glenmore Avenue at Crystal Street
• unknown
St. Mark Episcopal Church (Crown Heights)
  1417 Union Street and Brooklyn Avenue (since 1901)
► III/36 Berkshire Organ Company Inc., Op. 143 (1986)
► III/16 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 1841 (1933)
• II/15 Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1901)
Bedford (Fourth) Avenue at South 5th Street (1841-1901)
• II/20 Firth & Hall (1841)
St. Mark Episcopal Church (Fort Greene)
  See St. Michael and St. Mark Episcopal Church
St. Martin Episcopal Church NE (Carroll Gardens)
  Merged into St. Stephen Episcopal (unknown date)
293 President Street near Smith Street (1870-?) – renamed St. Martin P.E. Church (1893)
► II/11 William B. Williams (1894)
• Henry Erben & Son (1881)
Third Place & Smith Street (1854-1870) – known as Ascension P.E. (1854-57); Emmanuel P.E. (1857-64); Free Church of the Good Angels (1864-93)
• William H. Davis (1866)
• Unknown Builder (<1844) – G compass
St. Mary Episcopal Church (Clinton Hill)
  230 Classon Avenue corner Willoughby Street
Present building (since 1859)
► IV/35 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2339 (1917)
► III/36 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1870)
• William H. Davis (1859)
► I/7 L.C. Harrison & Co. (1890) – Parish Hall
First building (1837-1859)
• unknown
St. Matthew Episcopal Church NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Merged into St. Luke Episcopal Church (1943)
69 McDonough Street at Tompkins Avenue (1889-1943) – now Stuyvesant Heights Christian
► III/29 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3417 (1922)
► III/29 Alexander Mills ?
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons – Parish House – sold to Calvary Lutheran Church (1916)
Throop Avenue at Pulaski Street (1861-1889)
• unknown
St. Matthias Chapel (Sheepshead Bay)
  See Emmanuel Episcopal Church
St. Michael and St. Mark Episcopal Church NE (Fort Greene)
  Merged with St. Michael Episcopal and renamed St. Michael & St. Mark Episcopal (1949)
230 Adelphi Street between Willoughby and DeKalb Avenues (1885-?) – closed
• II/27s Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 1414 (1889) – Church
• unknown (1885) – Chapel
Adelphi Street (1865-1888) – orig. Church of the Messiah
• unknown
DeKalb Avenue and Portland Avenue (1860-1865)
• unknown
Fleet Place, near Willoughby Street (1850-1860)
• unknown
St. Michael Protestant Episcopal Church NE (Brooklyn Heights)
  Merged into St. Mark Episcopal Church (Fort Greene) & renamed St. Michael & St. Mark Epis. (1949)
Became Grace Church Mission (1871); became independent (1893)
High Street, near Gold Street (1847-?)
Second building (1867-?)
• I/10 Farrand & Votey, Op. 718 (1894)
First building (1847-1865)
• unknown
St. Michael Protestant Episcopal Church (Italian) NE (Williamsburg)
  North 5th Street near Bedford Avenue (1886-?) – orig. First United Presbyterian Church
• unknown
St. Paul Episcopal Church (Carroll Gardens)
  199 Carroll Street at Clinton Street (since 1866)
► III/46 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 479-A (as of 2005)
► III/40 Austin Organ Company, Op. 479 (1914)
• III/ George Jardine & Son (c.1866)
Corner of Carroll and Hicks Streets (1850-1866) – became St. Stephen Catholic Church
Top
• II/ Ferris & Stuart (1861)
St. Paul Episcopal Church (Flatbush)
  157 St. Paul's Place at St. Paul's Court
Present building (since 1874)
► III/47 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3232 (1956)
• III/36 Hutchings-Votey Organ Co. (1902)
First building (1836-1874)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1901)
• Henry Crabbe (1850s)
St. Paul Protestant Episcopal Church NE (Williamsburgh)
  Penn Street and Marcy Avenue (1861-1886) – became St. Luke M.E., then First German M.E.
• II/21 Henry Erben (1845) – moved from Trinity Church, New Haven, Conn. (1865)
• unknown small organ
Graham Avenue and Remsen Street (1851-1861)
• unknown
St. Peter Protestant Episcopal Church NE (Boerum Hill)
  355 State Street, near Bond (1857-1920) – became St. Nicholas Antiochian Orthodox Cathedral
• George Jardine & Son (1888)
• Henry Erben (1857)
• George Jardine & Son (<1891) – Sunday School
Atlantic Avenue at Bond Street (1850-1857) – became Second United Presbyterian; then Union Baptist; now Belorussian Autocephalic Orthodox Church
► II/9 George Jardine & Son (1864) – see Union Baptist Church
St. Philip Episcopal Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  334 Macdonough Street (since 1944) – orig. Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
► III/44 Guilbault-Thérien, Op. 43 (1999)
► II/17 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1801 (1931)
• II/10s Austin Organ Company, Op. 1097 (1922)
1610 Dean Street (1899-1944)
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2466 (1917)
St. Philip Episcopal Church (Dyker Heights)
  1072 80th Street, corner 11th Avenue
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
St. Simon Episcopal Church (Midwood)
  Merged with Epiphany Episcopal Church to form Church of the Epiphany & St. Simon
2910 Avenue M at 29th Street
• II/4 Aeolian Company, Op. 1795 (1931)
Avenue K and East 12th
• unknown
St. Stephen and St. Martin Episcopal Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  809 Jefferson Avenue at Patchen Avenue – orig. St. Stephen Episcopal Church
► II/10 Hillgreen, Lane & Company, Op. 657 (1922)
Gates Avenue at Ralph Avenue
• George W. Earle (1873)
Fulton Street (c.1867)
• unknown
St. Thomas Episcopal Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
See St. George Episcopal Church
St. Thomas Episcopal Church NE (Borough Hall)
  Bridge and Willoughby Streets (1847-1853) – sold to St. Bonificacius German RC Church (1853)
• unknown
St. Thomas Episcopal Church (Bushwick)
  1405 Bushwick Avenue, corner Cooper Avenue (since 1872)
Present building (since 1915):
► II/15 Austin Organ Company, Op. 592 (1915); enl. by Austin (1988)
First building (c.1872-1915):
• unknown
St. Timothy Episcopal Church NE (Bushwick)
  Atlantic Avenue near Saratoga Avenue
► II/13 Hall & Labagh
Transfiguration Episcopal Church NE (Cypress Hills)
  193 Autumn Avenue at Ridgewood Avenue (1902-?)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1926)
• II/9 Verney Pipe Organ Co. (1900s) – moved from Gen. Daniel E. Sickles Residence, NYC (1910)
Fulton Street, near Railroad Avenue (?-1902)
• unknown
Trinity Episcopal Church NE (East New York)
  Arlington Avenue, corner Schenck
Top
• George Jardine & Son (<1891)
   
  Evangelical (Evang. Assoc., Evang. Church, Evang. Free Church, Ev. United Brethren)
   
Ebenezer Spanish Evangelical Church (Bushwick)
  Troutman Street and Evergreen Avenue
• I/8 Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1880)
• I/6 Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1870)
Emmanuel Evangelical Church NE (Bushwick)
  became United Methodist (1968)
398 Melrose Street, near Flushing Avenue (1887-closed 1970)
► II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3882 (1924)
• II/7 Hook & Hastings Co. – possibly second-hand
Evangelical Congregational Church
  location unknown
• II/19reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7458 (1917)
Evangelical United Brethren Church of Peace NE (Cypress Hills)
  Merged with Goodsell Memorial Methodist Church (1974)
179 Nichols Avenue at Ridgewood Avenue
Second building (1953-1974) – became Iglesia Bautista Del Este
• Unknown Builder (1953)
First building (1910-1953)
• II/10 William H. Davis
First Evangelical Free Church (Bay Ridge)
  6501 Sixth Avenue
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5858 (1930) – orig. in 59th Street Lutheran Brethren Church, Brooklyn
► II/7 "Style RJ11" Wurlitzer, Op. 2137 (1930) – orig. in Harleigh Cemetery, Camden, N.J.
Norwegian Evangelical Free Church (Sunset Park)
  See Fifty-ninth Street Lutheran Brethren Church
Salem Evangelical Church (Bushwick)
  1200 Jefferson Avenue, near Central Avenue (1890-closed 1959) – became Timothy Baptist Church
► II/11 Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1924)
Second [Norwegian] Evangelical Free Church (Sunset Park)
  5201 Eighth Avenue at 52nd Street (since c.1922)
► II/9 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6682 (1938)
South Brooklyn Evangelical Church Zion NE (Gowanus)
  Smith Street (1885-1899)
• unknown
Zion Evangelical Church NE (East New York)
  Liberty Avenue, near Wyona (1885-closed 1923)
• unknown
   
  Greek Orthodox
   
St. Constantine and Helen Cathedral (Downtown)
  64 Schermerhorn Street (1969-razed 2006) – orig. Schermerhorn Street Evangelical Lutheran
Top
► III/36 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 408 (1890)
   
  Interdenominational
   
Advent-Gravesend Church (Gravesend)
  Merger of Advent Lutheran and Gravesend Reformed Churches (1979)
Avenue P and East 12th Street – orig. Advent Evangelical Lutheran
► II/9 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5655 (1930)
Park Slope Community Church (Gowanus)
  251 Twelfth Street, betw. Fourth and Fifth Aves. (since 1968) – orig. Twelfth St. Reformed Ch.
• II/34reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1276 (1911) – extant in gallery but unplayable
   
  Jehovah's Witnesses
   
Bethel Home (World Headquarters) (Brooklyn Heights)
  122-124 Columbia Heights – orig. Squibb Building
► III/15 Austin Organ Co., Op. 1788 (1931) – orig. in Radio Station WHK, Cleveland; moved (1950); moved to St. Augustine Presbyterian Church, The Bronx (1961)
• II/ A. Gottfried Co. (1920s) – orig. in Radio Station WHK, Cleveland; moved (1931)
   
  Jewish
   
Baith Israel Anshei Emes Congregation (Cobble Hill)
  (Harrison Street was renamed Kane Street in 1928)
236 Kane Street at Tompkins Place
(since 1905) – orig. Middle Reformed Church
► III/30 Hall & Labagh (1856)
Boerum Place at State Street (1862-1905) – aka Boerum Place Synagogue
• unknown
Beth Elohim Congregation (Park Slope)
  274 Garfield Place at Eighth Avenue (since 1909)
• III/10 Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1929) – Ballroom
► II/9 Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1929) – Chapel
► III/27 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1913) – Sanctuary
State Street, between Smith and Hoyt (1885-1909) – orig. State Street Congregational Church
► II/23 Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1885)
• George Jardine & Son (1866) – may have been removed when State Street Cong. left in 1875
Pearl Street, between Nassau and Concord (1862-1885) – orig. Calvary Prot. Episcopal Church
• Henry Erben (1848)
Beth El Temple (Manhattan Beach)
  111 West End Avenue
• II/ "Style Church" Wurlitzer, Op. 705 (1923)
Beth Emeth Temple (Flatbush)
  See Beth Emeth v'Ohr Progressive Shaari Zedek Temple
Beth Emeth v'Ohr Progressive Shaari Zedek Temple (Flatbush)
  Merger of Beth Emeth and three Reform Jewish congregations (1990s)
83 Marlborough Road at Church Avenue (built 1914) – orig. Temple Beth Emeth
► III/10 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3886 (1927)
• II/13reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2006 (1915)
Beth Sholem People's Temple
location unknown
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1986 (1922)
Bikur Scholem Congregation (Brownsville)
  2132 Dean Street
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1912 (1921)
B'nai Sholaum Congregation (Park Slope)
  Merged into Park Slope Jewish Center (1965)
401 Ninth Street (1915-1965) – became American Legion Post
► II/11 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1780 (1914)
Ninth Street near Fifth Avenue (1875-1915)
• unknown, if any
Boerum Place Synagogue
  See Baith Israel Anshei Emes Congregation
Harrison Street Synagogue
  See Baith Israel Anshei Emes Congregation
Temple Israel (Clinton Hill)
  Bedford and LaFayette Avenues
• Reuben Midmer & Sons
• II/22 George S. Hutchings Co. (1914) – new blower or rebuild
• II/22 L.C. Harrison
Kane Street Synagogue
  See Baith Israel Anshei Emes Congregation
Shaari Zedek Temple (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Merged into Temple Beth Emeth (1960s)
221 Kingston Avenue at Park Place (1924-1960s)
► III/22 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4018 (1924)
Putnam Avenue near Reid Avenue (c.1909-1924)
► II/11 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1097 (1910)
Union Temple (Prospect Heights)
Formed by merger of Temple Beth El and Temple Israel (c.1925)
17 Eastern Parkway at Grand Army Plaza
• II/33 Saville Organ Company electronic (1969)
• II/ Berkshire Organ Company – second-hand
Top
► II/15 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4394 (1925)
   
  Lutheran
   
Advent Evangelical Lutheran Church (Red Hook)
  Federated with Gravesend Reformed to form Advent-Gravesend Church (1979)
Avenue P and East 12th Street (1909-1979) – now Advent-Gravesend Church
► II/9 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5655 (1930)
Bethesda Lutheran Mission (Scandinavian) NE (Red Hook)
  22 Woodhull Street
• I/9 Geo. Kilgen & Son
Bethlehem Lutheran Church (Bay Ridge)
  6935 Fourth Avenue at Ovington Avenue (since 1923)
• III/ Allen Van Zoeren
► III/24 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6494 (1937)
• III/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4387 (1929)
51st Street near Sixth Avenue (1906-1922) – became St. Johannis Swedish Lutheran
• Wm. & Chas. H. Pilcher? (c.1906)
Bethlehem Lutheran Church NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Marian Street, near Reid Avenue (1888-?)
• Müller & Abel
Bethlehem Swedish Lutheran Church NE (Boerum Hill)
  490 Pacific Street at Third Avenue (1895-closed 2008):
► III/33 Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 1638 (1894) – moved E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 571 (1871) from Music Hall, Providence, R.I.
Pacific Street between Smith and Hoyt (1880-1895):
• III?/28 stops E. & G.G. Hook – second-hand G-compass organ
Calvary English Lutheran Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Rochester Avenue and Herkimer Street (since 1897) – orig. Rochester Avenue Congregational
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons – moved from Parish House of St. Matthew Episcopal (1916)
• I/6 George Jardine & Son (1880)
Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church (Borough Park)
  1070 59th Street near 11th Avenue (since 1956?) – orig. Swedish Evang. Lutheran Zion Church
• III/21 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5815 (1930)
Christ Lutheran Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  1084 Lafayette Avenue
• III/42reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1025 (1908)
Wynona Street and Jamaica Avenue
• III/42reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 246 (1897)
Covenant Lutheran Church
  location unknown
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• II/22reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2488 (1918)
Danish Seamen's Church (Brooklyn Heights)
  102 Willow Street (since 1957)
► II/6 Philibert Croteau (1960s)
193 Ninth Street (1886-1957) – known as Our Saviour Danish Evangelical Lutheran Church
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5982 (1931)
• I/ Aeolian Company Orchestrelle
Emanuel German Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (Park Slope)
  Merged with and moved to St. Matthew Evang. English Lutheran (1948)
417 7th Street, near Sixth Ave. (1903-1948) – orig. Park Cong'l. Ch.; now Kingsboro Temple SDA
• Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1941)
► III/21 Hillgreen, Lane & Co., Op. 66 (1903)
Fifth & South Fifth Streets (1884-1901) – orig. Williamsburg Baptist; razed for Wmsbrg. Bridge
• II/17 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 50 (1866)
Epiphany Evangelical Lutheran Church (Crown Heights)
  721 Lincoln Place at Rogers Avenue (since c.1926)
► II/10 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 618 (1957)
• II/ Unknown Builder – previous organ moved?
831 Sterling Place near Nostrand Avenue (c.1909-c.1926)
• II/16 Unknown Builder (1913)
Fifty-ninth Street Lutheran Brethren Church (Sunset Park)
  749 59th Street (since 1929) – aka The 59th Street Church & Norwegian Evangelical Free Church
► II/14 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9104 (1957)
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5858 (1930)
Fourth Avenue & 15th Street (c.1900-1929) – orig. Greenwood Baptist Church
• II/11 Carl Magnus Oman (c.1900)
Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Church
  See Gloria Dei Evangelical Lutheran Church
First German Evangelical Lutheran Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  See St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church
First Scandinavian Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (Greenpoint)
  152 Russell Street at Nassau Avenue
• I/5 Carl Magnus Oman – blower installed in 1917
German Evangelical Lutheran Church
  See Schermerhorn Street Evangelical Lutheran Church
Gloria Dei Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (Sunset Park)
  Originally named Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Church
752 44th Street near 7th Avenue
(1909-?) – now Iglesia Evang. Principe de Paz Assembly of God
► II/11 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5266 (1928)
• unknown (c.1909)
23rd Street near Fourth Avenue (1897-1909 )
• unknown
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (Bay Ridge)
  7420 Fourth Avenue at Bay Ridge Parkway (since 1906)
► II/23 Russell & Company, Op. 29 (1994)
• II/26 Schlicker Organ Company (1990)
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (Flatlands)
  2142 New York Avenue at Avenue M (since 1926)
• unknown
Fenimore Street near Nostrand Avenue (1909-1926)
• unknown
Grace English Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (Bushwick)
  Merged with Holy Trinity Lutheran (Bushwick) to form Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
1255 Bushwick Avenue & Weirfield Street (1907-?)
• unknown
Grace English Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (Eastern District)
  Rodney (9th) Street, between South 2nd and 3rd Streets (1882-closed 1888)
Top
• unknown
Holy Trinity English Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (Bushwick)
  Merged with Grace Lutheran Church (Bushwick) to form Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
Jefferson Street near Knickerbocker Avenue (1914-1984)
► II/11 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3334 (1922)
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church NE (Fort Greene)
  Merged into St. Luke Lutheran Church (1913)
Cumberland Street & Lafayette Avenue (1897-1913) – orig. Church of the Incarnation (Ref. Epis.)?
• II/17 Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 1758 (1897)
Hopkins Street Lutheran Church NE (Williamsburg)
  Hopkins Street
• George Jardine & Son (1889)
Immanuel [German] Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (Williamsburg)
  Moved to Bayside, Queens; closed sometime after 1940
120-124 South 9th Street near Driggs Avenue
(1901-c.1940) – orig. New England Congregational Church (1853-1900); now Iglesia Pentecostal La Luz del Mundo
• II/ L.C. Harrison (c.1894)
South 5th Street at Driggs Avenue (1885-1901) – razed for approach to Williamsburg Bridge
• unknown
South 1st Street at Marcy Avenue (1876-1885)
• unknown
Incarnation Lutheran Church (Sunset Park)
  5313 Fourth Avenue at 54th Street (since 1901)
► III/18 Frazee Organ Company (1928)
► II/9 Hillgreen, Lane & Company, Op. 182 (1908)
• Unknown Builder
Mediator Lutheran Church NE (Bensonhurst)
  Bay Parkway & 68th Street (1912-?) closed
• unknown
Messiah, English Evangelical Lutheran Church of the NE (Greenpoint)
  129 Russell Street
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 557 (1908)
Norwegian Evangelical Free Lutheran Church
  See Fifty-ninth Street Lutheran Brethren Church
Norwegian Seamen's Lutheran Church (Cobble Hill)
  Moved to Manhattan in 1983 – see Manhattan listing for Norwegian Seamen's Church
33 First Place at Clinton Street (1928-1983) – orig. Westminster Presbyterian Church
► III/18 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5991 (1931)
• III/26 Alvinza Andrews & Son (1858); blower inst. by Midmer-Losh (1925)
111 Pioneer Street (1878-1928)
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 307 (1905)
Our Saviour Danish Evangelical Lutheran Church
  See Danish Seamen's Church
Our Saviour English Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (Bushwick)
  39 Covert Street, between Broadway and Bushwick Avenue
► II/11 J.W. Steere & Son (1908)
Our Saviour Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (Carroll Gardens)
  Corner Clinton and Luquer Streets
• unknown
274 Knickerbock Avenue
• unknown
Our Saviour Norwegian Evangelical Church NE (Carroll Gardens)
  630 Henry Street
• unknown
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church NE (Bushwick)
  Merger of Grace English Evangelical and Holy Trinity Lutheran Churches
1255 Bushwick Avenue– orig. Grace English Evang. Luth.; now Holy Tabernacle Ch. of Deliverance
Second building (1907-closed 1984)
► II/11 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 765 (1907)
First building (1902-1907)
• unknown
Redeemer Lutheran Church (Bay Ridge)
  See Redeemer-St. John Lutheran Church
Redeemer Lutheran Church NE (Crown Heights)
  Merged with Epiphany Lutheran Church (1930)
Eastern Parkway near Troy Avenue (1912-1930)
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• unknown
Redeemer Lutheran Church (Flatbush)
  Merged with Flatbush Presbyterian Church to form Flatbush Church of the Redeemer (1973)
Ditmas Avenue and 22nd Street (1929-1973)
► III/40 Aeolian-Votey Organ Co., Op. 1673 (1929); reb. of Müller & Abel
42 Lenox Road near Flatbush Avenue (1916-1929) – orig. St. Barnabas Lutheran Church
III/39 Müller & Abel, Op. 14 (1897) – moved from previous church (1916)
Bedford Avenue & Hewes Street (1896-1916) – became a synagogue
III/39 Müller & Abel, Op. 14 (1897)
Redeemer–St. John Lutheran Church (Bay Ridge)
  939 83rd Street (since 1925) – orig. Redeemer Lutheran Church
► II/10 Schantz Organ Company, Op. 1020 (1970)
► II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4725 (1925)
Reformation [English] Evangelical Lutheran Church (Cypress Hills)
  105 Barbey Street near Arlington Avenue (since 1908)
► III/16 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1596 (1928)
• Unknown Builder (1908)
Pennsylvania Avenue at Liberty Avenue (1901-1908) – orig. Penn. Ave. Congregational
• Unknown Builder (1893)
Schenck Avenue near Atlantic Avenue (1898-1901)
• unknown
Risen Christ Lutheran Church (Brownsville)
  250 Blake Avenue
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4943 (1927) – moved from Ascension Lutheran, Glendale, NY (1979)
St. Barnabas Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (Prospect Park South)
  Merged with Lutheran Church of the Redeemer (1915)
42 Lenox Road near Flatbush Avenue (?-1915) – became Lutheran Ch. of the Redeemer
• unknown
St. Jacobi Evangelical Lutheran Church (Sunset Park)
  5406 Fourth Avenue near 54th Street (since 1912)
► III/39 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5912 (1931)
• II/12 George Jardine & Sons (c.1890) – moved from old building; given to Immanuel Lutheran Church, New Springfield, Staten Island (1931)
Fourth Avenue near 46th Street (1890-1912)
• II/12 George Jardine & Sons (c.1890)
St. James [United] Evangelical Lutheran Church (Gerritsen Beach)
  2776 Gerritsen Avenue (since 1927)
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3973 (1927)
St. Johannes Swedish Lutheran Church NE (Bay Ridge)
  51st Street near Sixth Avenue (1922-?) – orig. Bethlehem Lutheran Church
• Henry Pilcher's Sons (c.1906)
St. John German Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (East New York)
  233 New Jersey Avenue, near Liberty Street (1847-1972) – became Grace Baptist Church of Christ
► II/17 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2807 (1929); reb. & elec. Op. 362
• Estey Organ Company, Op. 362 (1906)
• unknown (c.1847)
St. John German Evangelical Lutheran Church (Greenpoint)
  155 Milton Street (since 1892)
► II/22 George Jardine & Son, Op. 1055 (1892)
Fourth Street (now Leonard Street) near Greenpoint Avenue (1867-1892)
Top
• unknown
St. John German Evangelical Lutheran Church (Park Slope)
  See St. John–St. Matthew–Emanuel Lutheran Church
St. John [Johannes] German Evangelical Lutheran Church (Williamsburg)
  See St. John the Evangelist Lutheran Church (Williamsburg)
St. John–St. Matthew–Emanuel Lutheran Church (Park Slope)
  283 Prospect Avenue (since 1868) – orig. St. John German Evangelical Lutheran Church
► II/22 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2110 (1906); elec. James H. Rae
Third Avenue near 20th Street (1866-1868)
• unknown
St. John the Evangelist Lutheran Church (Williamsburg)
  195 Maujer Street near Graham Avenue (since 1883)
► II/23 Carl Barckhoff (1884); reb. c.1950, 1989, 1993
Wyckoff Street and Graham Avenue (1844-1883) – named St. John German Evangelical Luth.
• I/ Ferris & Stuart (1847)
St. John Reformed German Evangelical Lutheran Chapel NE (Bensonhurst)
  Merged into Redeemer Lutheran Church (1975)
1624 84th Street near 16th Avenue
Second building (1897-1975) – became Metropolitan Baptist Church
► II/8 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 349 (1897) – moved to Andover Baptist Church, Andover, Mass. (1976)
First building (c.1893-1897)
• unknown
St. Luke Evangelical Lutheran Church (Clinton Hill)
  259 Washington Avenue at DeKalb Avenue (since 1895)
► II/21 Müller & Abel, Op. 7 (1895); reb. and elec. with theatre-style console (1929)
Carlton Avenue, near Myrtle Avenue (1870-burned 1894) – orig. Carlton Avenue Methodist
• Frank Roosevelt (1870) – not on Roosevelt list
St. Mark Evangelical Lutheran [German] Church (Bushwick)
  626 Bushwick Avenue at Jefferson Street (since 1892)
► II/29 Carl Barckhoff (1892); reb. and elec. with 3m console by Midmer-Losh (1945)
Evergreen Avenue at Jefferson Street (1869-1892)
• unknown
St. Mark Lutheran Church NE (Prospect Park South)
  East 5th Street, near Greenwood Avenue (1908-closed 1994)
• unknown
St. Matthew–Emanuel Lutheran Church (Park Slope)
  See next entry
St. Matthew English Evangelical Lutheran Church (Park Slope)
  Merged with Emanuel Lutheran (1948) – name changed to St. Matthew–Emanuel Lutheran
Sixth Avenue, corner 2nd Street (c.1895-1974)
• possibly Möller in next entry
Clinton Street, corner Amity
• II/28reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 142 (1893)
Atlantic Street, above Powers
Top
• unknown
St. Matthew German Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (Williamsburg)
  199 North 5th Street near Driggs Avenue (c.1864-1964) – became New Beginnings Baptist Church
► II/9 Wm. & Chas. H. Pilcher (1901) – moved to Clifton Springs Hospital, Clifton Springs, N.Y. (2012)
St. Matthew Lutheran Church (Canarsie)
  1187 East 92nd Street (since c.1880)
• unknown
St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church (Coney Island)
  2801 West 8th Street at Neptune Avenue (since 1960s)
► II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6647 (1938) – orig. in Christ Lutheran Church, Rosedale, N.Y.
2786 West 5th Street, near West Avenue (1926-1960s)
► II/10 Henry Pilcher's Sons, Op. 1451 (1929)
St. Paul German Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (Carroll Gardens)
  619 Henry Street near Third Place (1878-1940s)
► II/16 Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 2085 (1905)
Columbia near Summit (1872-78)
• unknown
St. Paul German Evangelical Lutheran Church (Williamsburg)
  334 South 5th Street at Ninth (Rodney) Street (since 1885)
► II/23 Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 1271 (1885)
9th Street at South First Street (1853-1885) – known as South First Street Lutheran; sold to United Presbyterian Church (1886)
• Ferris & Stuart (1853)
St. Paul Lutheran Church (Bushwick)
  592 Knickerbocker Avenue at Palmetto (since 1888)
• unknown
Grove near Central Avenue (1887-88)
• unknown
St. Paul Lutheran Church NE (East New York)
  Wyona near Glenmore Avenue (1888-closed 1908)
• unknown
St. Paul Lutheran Church (Flatland)
  3913 Avenue J
• II/6 Tellers Organ Company (1940s)
St. Paul Swedish Lutheran Church NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  392 Macdonough Street
► II/12 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2661 (1927)
Fulton Street
• II/ L.C. Harrison
St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  1004 Bedford Avenue at DeKalb Avenue (since 1888) – orig. First German Evangelical Lutheran
► II/23 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 456 (1909)
• unknown (c.1888)
DeKalb Avenue at Walworth Street (1869-1888) – orig. Puritan Baptist Church
• unknown
Bedford Avenue near DeKalb Avenue (1868-1869)
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• unknown
St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church (East New York)
  105 Highland Place (since 1967)
• unknown electronic
94 Hale Avenue near Ridgewood Avenue (1902-?)
► II/14 Eifert & Stoehr; reb. James R. Campbell, Roosevelt, L.I. (1937)
► II/13 Eifert & Stoehr (1907)
Shepherd Avenue near Fulton (1898-1902)
• unknown
Norwood Avenue near Ridgewood Avenue (1897-1898)
• unknown
[1st] St. Petri German Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (Williamsburg)
  Union Avenue corner Scholes Street (org. 1853)
Became Dutch Reformed in 1866 – See St. Peter German Evangelical Reformed Church
• unknown
[2nd] St. Petri German Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (Williamsburg)
  Merged into St. Paul Lutheran Church (1906)
Rodney Street near South 2nd Street (1896-1906)
• unknown
St. Philip Evangelical Lutheran Church (Cypress Hills)
  85 Forbell Street near McKinley Avenue (since 1921)
► II/5 Holtkamp Organ Company, Op. 1844 (1963)
► II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6456 (1939)
• unknown (c.1921)
McKinley Avenue near Euclid Avenue (1913-1921)
• unknown
St. Stephen Lutheran Church (Flatbush-Ditmas Park)
  2806 Newkirk Avenue (since 1900)
► II/20 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1916); rev.
Salem [Swedish] Lutheran Church NE (Bay Ridge)
  450 67th Street (1945-2010) – became St. Matthew's Churches of Tulsa & Houston
► II/18 Ernest Lucas (1986)
► II/11 M.P. Möller – second-hand?
416 46th Street (?-c.1943)
• unknown
Prospect Avenue, near Third Avenue
• unknown
Schermerhorn Street Evangelical Lutheran Church NE (Downtown) (aka German Evangelical Ch.)
  61 Schermerhorn Street near Court Street
Second building (1889-1969) – sold to St. Constatine and Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral
► III/36 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 408 (1890) – removed to storage (1980s)
First building (1845-1888)
• unknown builder (1863)
South First Street Lutheran Church NE (Williamsburgn)
 
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See St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church (Williamsburg)
Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Zion Church NE (Borough Park)
  1070 59th Street near 11th Avenue
Second building (1931-1956?) – now Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church
► III/20 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5815 (1930)
First building (1900-1931)
• unknown
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church (Bay Ridge)
  9020 Third Avenue (since 1950)
• Kilgen Organ Company, Op. 7254 (c.1950)
249 Degraw near Clinton Street (1905-1950) – became South Brooklyn Seventh-day Adventist
• II/12 Geo. Kilgen & Son (1905) – removed by Organ Clearing House (1970s)
Court Street (1904)
• unknown
Kane (Harrison) Street and Tompkins Place (1887-1904) – orig. Middle Reformed Church; sold to Congregation Baith Israel, renamed Harrison (now Kane) Street Synagogue (1904)
• Hall & Labagh (1856)
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church (Flatbush)
  3775 18th Avenue at East 8th Street (since 1926)
► II/13 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 2427 (1941)
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4793 (1931) – repairs?
• unknown (1926)
Coney Island Avenue near Avenue G (1917-1926)
• unknown
Coney Island Avenue near Avenue C (1913-1917)
• unknown
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Mission NE (Red Hook)
  Conover Street near Wolcott Street (1915-<1940)
• unknown
Trinity [Norwegian] Lutheran Church (Sunset Park)
  411 46th Street at Fourth Avenue (since c.1917)
► III/27 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9645 (1962) – Upper Sanctuary
► II/13 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 10137 (1966) – Lower Sanctuary
► II/9 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2403 (1925) – Lower Sanctuary
► II/14 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1861 (1921) – Upper Sanctuary
Corner 27th Street & Third Avenue (1894-c.1917)
• unknown
Zion German Evangelical Lutheran Church (Brooklyn Heights)
  125 Henry Street, near Clark Street (since 1856)
► III/42 Müller & Abel, Op. 56 (1901) – OHS Citation #112
Zion German Lutheran Church (Flatbush)
  2233 Bedford Ave. at Erasmus Street (1889-?) – now Universal Church of the Kingdom of God
• II/25 Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1967); reb. of prev. organ
• II/12 Reuben Midmer & Son (1911)
Flatbush Avenue, near Church Avenue (1887-1889)
• unknown
Zion Norwegian Lutheran Church (Bay Ridge)
  6307 Fourth Avenue at 63th Street (since c.1920)
► II/16 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5877 (1937); rev.
• II/25 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5877 (1937); reb. of prev. organ
• II/25 Geo. Kilgen & Son (1915) – moved?
6301 Fifth Avenue at 63rd Street (c.1909-c.1920)
• II/25 Geo. Kilgen & Son (1915)
Zion Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church
 
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See Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Zion Church
   
  Methodist (including A.M.E., Methodist Episcopal, and United)
   
Andrews United Methodist Church (Cypress Hills)
  95 Richmond Street, near Etna Street
Second building (1893-c.2010)
► III/22 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3502 (1922)
• George Jardine & Son (c.1893)
First building (1851-1893)
• II/12 Hall & Labagh
Bay Ridge United Methodist Church (Bay Ridge)
  7002 Fourth Avenue at Ovington (1899-razed 2008)
• George S. Hutchings Company (1899)
Bedford Avenue Methodist Protestant Church (Williamsburg)
  Merged with Grand Street Methodist Protestant to form Trinity Methodist Protestant Church (1887)
Bedford Avenue at South 3rd Street (?-1887)
• unknown
Bethany United Methodist Church (Crown Heights) (orig. known as Swedish Bethany M.E. Church)
  1208 St. John's Place near Albany Avenue (since c.1919)
► II/14 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 524 (1919)
Troy Avenue, corner Herkimer Street (1889-c.1919) – orig. Herkimer Street Baptist Church
• unknown
Bethel United Methodist Church (Prospect Heights)
  1325 Bedford Avenue
• unknown
Bethelship Norwegian United Methodist Church (Sunset Park) (Norwegian and Danish)
  413 56th Street at Fourth Avenue (since 1949)
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8952 (1957)
297-299 Carroll Street near Hoyt (1891-1949) – orig. Carroll Park Methodist Episcopal Church
• II/ M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6481 (1937)
• unknown
President Street corner Van Brunt (until 1891)
• unknown
Borough Park Methodist Episcopal Church (Borough Park)
  14th Avenue at 50th Street
• II/12 Mason & Hamlin reed organ
Bridge Street African Wesleyan Methodist Episcopal Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  277 Stuyvesant Avenue at Jefferson Avenue (since 1938) – orig. Grace Presbyterian Church
► III/27 Tellers Organ Company (1965)
• III/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 575 (1908)
309 Bridge Street (1854-1938) – orig. First Free Congregational Church, now Wunsch Student Center, Polytechnic University
• II/15 George Jardine & Son (1885)
High Street (1818-1854) – known as First African Wesleyan Methodist Episcopal Church
• unknown
Bushwick Parish United Methodist Church (Bushwick)
  1139 Bushwick Avenue, corner Weirfield Street
• III/25 Austin Organ Company, Op. 483 (1914)
Carlton Methodist Episcopal Church (Fort Greene)
  See Simpson Methodist Episcopal Church
Carroll Park Methodist Episcopal Church (Cobble Hill)
  297-299 Carroll Street near Hoyt (1873-1891) – became Bethelship Norwegian Methodist
• unknown
Centenary (Jay Street) Methodist Episcopal Church (Downtown)
  Johnson Street, corner of Jay Street
Top
• Baumgarten Organ Co. (c.1870)
Central Methodist Episcopal Church (Williamsburg)
  South Fifth Street, north of Driggs – orig. South Fifth Street Methodist Episcopal Church
• unknown
Christ United Methodist Church (Sunset Park)
  orig. named Sunset Park Methodist Episcopal Church
673 45th Street at Seventh Avenue
► II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1547 (1913)
Cornerstone Temple Methodist Episcopal Church (Greenpoint)
  112 Meserole Avenue, near Manhattan Avenue (c.1921-?) – now Church of the Redeemer UMC
• II/28 Jesse Woodberry & Co.
Cropsey Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church (Bensonhurst)
  Bay 35 Street and Cropsey Avenue
• unknown
Cuyler-Warren Street United Methodist Church (Cobble Hill)
  Merger of Cuyler Presbyterian and Warren Street United Methodist (1980s)
450 Warren Street corner Bond Street (>1914-?) – orig. Warren Street United Methodist
• unknown
303 Warren Street, between Smith and Court Streets (1860->1914) – orig. Warren St. M.E.
► II/8 George W. Earle
Hall at corner of Court and Sackett Streets (1856-1860)
• unknown
Corner of Court and Butler Streets (1852-1856)
• unknown
DeKalb Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church (Fort Greene)
  DeKalb Avenue near Franklin Avenue
• II/18 Reuben Midmer (1872)
Drew Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church (Dumbo)
  Washington Street, between Concord and Tillery Streets
• George Jardine & Son
• Levi U. Stuart
Dunhard Free Methodist Episcopal Church (South Slope)
  588 Sixth Avenue
• unknown
Eighteenth Street Methodist Episcopal Church (South Slope)
  Merged with Sixth Avenue Methodist (1930)
18th Street near Fifth Avenue (1883-1930)
Third building (1883-1930)
• II/18 Hook & Hastings Co. (tracker) there in 1916 – probably second-hand
Second building (1856-1883)
• unknown
First building (1850-1856) – 1842 building moved
• unknown
18th Street near Third Avenue (1842-1850)
• unknown
Elim Methodist Episcopal Church (Swedish) (Sunset Park)
  Corner 48th Street and Seventh Avenue (1927?-?)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1927)
47th Street between Third and Fourth Avenues (org. 1897-1927?)
• unknown
Elton Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church (Cypress Hills)
  location unknown
• II/ Hinners Organ Company (1904)
Embury Methodist Episcopal Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  230 Decatur Street at Lewis Avenue (1894-c.1948) – became Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church
• II/14 George S. Hutchings Co., Op. 367 (1895)
Herkimer Street at Schenectady Avenue (c.1873-1894) – became Newman Mem. Methodist
► I/3 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 216 (1885)
Fulton Street near Marcy Avenue (1870-c.1873)
• unknown
Fenimore Street United Methodist Church (Flatbush)
  266 Fenimore Street corner Rogers Avenue (since 1890)
► II/6 Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1926)
► I/7 Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1890)
First A.M.E. Zion Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  54 McDonough Street at Tompkins Avenue (since 1947) – orig. Tompkins Ave. Congregational
• IV/ Allen Organ Company electronic
► IV/49 Ernest M. Skinner Company, Op. 145 (1907)
Bridge Street and Mrytle Avenue (1905-1947) – name changed to First A.M.E. Zion
• unknown
Fleet Street near Myrtle Avenue (1885-1905) – known as Fleet Street A.M.E. Zion
• unknown
First Danish Methodist Episcopal Church
  location unknown
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1924)
First German Methodist Episcopal Church
  See St. Paul German Methodist Episcopal Church
First Methodist Episcopal Church (Brooklyn Heights)
  See Sands Street Methodist Church
First Methodist Episcopal Church (Greenpoint)
  Manhattan Avenue, near Java Street (c.1849-1911) – merged with Greenpoint Tabernacle (1911)
• George Jardine & Son (pre-1891)
• Henry Erben (1867)
First Methodist Episcopal Church (Williamsburg)
  Marcy Avenue and Penn Street (1898-1940) – orig. St. Luke Methodist Episcopal
► II/18 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 685 (1906)
• unknown
Lorimer Street at Stagg Street (1846-1898)
• unknown
First Methodist Protestant Church (Williamsburg)
  See Trinity Methodist Protestant Church
First Place Methodist Episcopal Church (Carroll Gardens)
  First Place, corner Henry Street (1870-?)
• II/20 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 89 (1870)
Henry Street, corner Summit (1856-1870)
• 10 stop Henry Crabb (c.1840)
Hicks Street, corner Summit (1850-1856)
• unknown
First Primitive Methodist Episcopal Church (Carroll Gardens)
  297 Carroll Street
• unknown
Flatlands Methodist Episcopal Church
  See Kings Highway United Methodist Church
Fleet Street A.M.E. Zion Church
  See First A.M.E. Zion Church
Fleet Street Methodist Episcopal Church (Downtown)
  42 Fleet Street at Lafayette Avenue (1853-?)
• II/14 Mandeville tracker (as of 1914)
Fourth Avenue United Methodist Church (Sunset Park)
  46-16 Fourth Avenue, corner 47th Street
• III/24 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1312 (1925)
• Claus S. Brandrup
Free Methodist Church (Gowanus)
  16th Street, near Fourth Avenue (1882-?)
• unknown
Ghana Wesley United Methodist Church (Cypress Hills)
  95 Richmond Street, near Etna Avenue (since c.2010) – orig. Andrews United Methodist Church
► III/22 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3502 (1923)
2017 Beverly Road at Ocean Avenue
(?-c.2010) – meeting in St. Mark United Methodist Church
• III/24 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2252 (1955)
Glenwood Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church (Flatlands)
  Glenwood Avenue north of Brooklyn Street
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► II/5 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1640 (1913)
Goodsell Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church (Cypress Hills)
  239 McKinley Avenue at Sheridan Avenue
Second building (1916-?) – now Bhavanee Maa Mandir Hindu Temple
• unknown
First building (1888-1916)
• unknown
Grace United Methodist Church (Park Slope)
  33 Seventh Avenue at St. John's Place (since 1883)
► III/28 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5736 (1930)
• II/25 Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 1105 (1882)
Seventh Avenue, corner Sterling Place (1869-1883) – known as Seventh Ave. M.E. until 1878
► II/14 William A. Johnson, Op. 307 (1869)
Grand Street Methodist Protestant Church (Williamsburg)
  Merged with Bedford Avenue M. P. Church to form Trinity Methodist Protestant Church (1887)
Grand Street, between Bedford and Driggs Avenues
Second building (1850-1887)
• unknown
First building (c.1833-1850)
• unknown
Greater St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church (Brownsville)
  1158 Lenox Road
• unknown
Greene Avenue German Methodist Episcopal Church (Bushwick)
  1171 Greene Avenue near Central Avenue – became Great Joy Baptist Church
• II/9 Hinners Organ Company (1907)
Greene Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  See Sumner Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
Greenpoint Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Greenpoint)
  Formed by merger of Greenpoint Tabernacle and First Methodist Episcopal Churches (1911)
Manhattan Avenue, opposite Noble Street – orig. Greenpoint M.E. Tabernacle
► III/30 Jesse Woodberry & Co., Op. 221 (1904)
• Henry Erben (1874)
• II/24s E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 530 (1870)
Greenpoint Polish American United Methodist Church (Greenpoint)
  112 Meserole Avenue
• unknown
Greenpoint Tabernacle
  See Greenpoint Methodist Episcopal Church
Hanson Place Central United Methodist Church (Fort Greene)
  144 St. Felix Street at Hanson Place (since 1929)
► IV/46 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1685 (1929)
South Fifth Street, north of Driggs (1868-1929)
• IV/ Hook & Hastings, Op. 2462 (1923)
• III/44s Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 1735 (1896)
• II/20s Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 1318 (1886) – Sunday School
• III/43s Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 1303 (1886)
Hicks Street Methodist Episcopal Church (Carroll Gardens)
  See First Place Methodist Episcopal Church
Iglesia Metodista Unida de Sur Tres (Williamsburg)
  See South Third Street United Methodist
Immanuel–First Spanish United Methodist Church (Boerum Hill)
  424 Dean Street near Fifth Avenue – orig. Swedish Immanuel Methodist Episcopal Church
• II/18 Reuben Midmer & Son
Immanuel Swedish Methodist Episcopal Church (Boerum Hill)
  424 Dean Street near Fifth Avenue (1872-?) – now Immanuel–First Spanish United Methodist
• II/18 Reuben Midmer & Son
Janes United Methodist Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  660 Monroe Street at Malcolm X Boulevard (since 1884)
Present building (since 1991)
► III/52 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2699 (1991)
First building (1884-burned 1984)
► III/43 J.H. & C.S. Odell (1962) – reb. of Kimball – burned 1984
• III/ W.W. Kimball Co. (c.1894)
► II/21 Steere & Turner, Op. 192 (1884)
Patchen Avenue, corner Monroe Street (1859-1884)
• unknown
John Wesley United Methodist Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  260 Quincy Street – orig. Nostrand Avenue M.E. Church
► II/20 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 303-A (1965)
• II/ Hall Organ Company (<1931)
► II/19 Austin Organ Company, Op. 303 (1910)
Berriman Street at Eastern Parkway (in 1894)
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• II/24 Reuben Midmer & Son (1881)
Kings Highway United Methodist Church (Flatlands)
  1387 East 37th Street at Kings Highway (since 1925)
► II/10 Kilgen Organ Company, Op. 7319 (1948)
• unknown (1925)
Mill Lane (now Flatlands Ave. at E. 40th St.) (1851-1925)
• unknown
Knickerbocker United Methodist Church (Bushwick)
  See New Jerusalem United Methodist Church
Marcy Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church (Williamsburg)
  See St. Paul German Methodist Episcopal Church
New Jerusalem United Methodist Church (Bushwick)
  Consolidation of Knickerbocker and South Third United Methodist churches (2010)
484 Knickerbocker Avenue corner Menahan Street – orig. Knickerbocker United Methodist
• II/11 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1049 (1922)
New York Avenue United Methodist Church
  See Union United Methodist Church
New York Nam San Korean United Methodist Church
  7002 Fourth Avenue
• unknown
Newman Memorial United Methodist Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  257 Macon Street at Throop Avenue (since 1945) – orig. Throop Avenue Presbyterian Church
• III/26 Austin Organ Company, Op. 398 (c.1912)
Herkimer Street near Schenectady Avenue (1900-1904) – orig. Embury Methodist Church
► I/3 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 216 (1885) – see Embury Methodist Episcopal Church
Nostrand Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
  See John Wesley United Methodist Church
Ocean Parkway Methodist Episcopal Church (Parkville/Flatbush)
  Ocean Parkway and Foster Avenue (1911-?) – church no longer there
► II/11 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2536 (1926)
• II/23 J.H. & C.S. Odell – moved from old church?
Lawrence Avenue near Ocean Parkway (c.1892-1911) – named Ridley Memorial M.E. Church
• II/23 J.H. & C.S. Odell (not on Opus List; possibly second-hand)
Pacific Street Methodist Episcopal Church (Cobble Hill)
  Pacific and Clinton Streets
• Henry Erben (1861)
• I/10 George Jardine & Son (1860)
Park Slope United Methodist Church (Park Slope)
  410 Sixth Avenue at 8th Street
Present building (since 1915)
► II/7 Austin Organ Company, Op. 792 (1918)
First building (1884-1915)
• unknown (1900)
Premiere Eglise Methodiste Unie (Park Slope)
  33 Seventh Avenue
• unknown
Primitive Methodist Church (Crown Heights)
  810 Park Place, near Nostrand Avenue (1874-?) – became Inter-American SDA Church (1960)
• unknown
Bridge Street, between Concord & Tillary Streets (1844-1874)
7 unknown
Prospect Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
  See Windsor Terrace United Methodist Church
Ridley Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church
  See Ocean Parkway Methodist Episcopal Church
St. James Methodist Episcopal Church (Bensonhurst)
  2021 84th Street at 21st Avenue (1900-?)
► II/7 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1498 (1891) – moved by M.P. Möller (1911, Op. 1348) from Christ Epis., Greenburg, Pa.
St. John German Methodist Episcopal Church
  Yates (Sumner) Place near Broadway
• unknown
St. John Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Williamsburg)
  Formerly known as Third, or South Fifth Street M.E. Church
Bedford Avenue and Wilson Street (1868-?)
• II/16 George Jardine & Son (1874) – Sunday School
• III/50 George Jardine & Son (1868); reb. Midmer (<1917)
Fifth and South Fifth Streets (1850-1868)
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• Hall & Labagh (c.1850)
St. Luke Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Williamsburg)
  Marcy Avenue and Penn Street (1886-1896) – orig. St. Paul Epis.; later St. Paul German M.E.
► II/21 Henry Erben (1845) – moved from Trinity Church, New Haven, Conn. (1865) – see St. Paul German Methodist Episcopal
Harrison Avenue and Hooper Street (? - 1886)
• unknown
St. Mark United Methodist Church (Flatbush)
  2017 Beverly Road at Ocean Avenue (since 1906)
• III/24 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2252 (1955)
► II/15 Aeolian Company, Op. 1586 (1925) – Parish House
• III/19 Austin Organ Company, Op. 148 (1906)
St. Paul German Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Williamsburg)
  Marcy Avenue and Penn Street (1896-1940) – orig. St. Paul Epis., then St. Luke M.E.
► II/21 Henry Erben (1861) – moved from Trinity Church, New Haven, Conn. (1865)
Stagg and Lorimer Streets (1846-1896) – known as First German Methodist Episcopal Church
• unknown
St. Paul United Methodist Church (Flatbush)
  3714 Avenue D at East 38th Street (since c.1929)
► II/12 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2790 (1929)
Sullivan Street, corner Richards Street (?-c.1929)
• unknown
Sands Street Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Brooklyn Heights)
  orig. named First Methodist Episcopal Church
Clark Street, corner Henry Street (1891-?)
• II/29reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 685 (1905)
• F.J.N. Tallman (1891)
Sands Street between Fulton and Washington (1849-1888) – razed for Brooklyn Bridge
• J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 6 (1861)
Sands Street – Second building (1844-1848) – burned 1848
• Levi U. Stuart
Seventh Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church (Park Slope)
  See Grace United Methodist Church
Sheepshead Bay United Methodist Church (Sheepshead Bay)
  3087 Ocean Avenue at Voorhees Avenue (since 1884)
► II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7034 (1941)
• I/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
Simpson Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Fort Greene)
  Merged and moved to Clinton Avenue Congregation Church (1935)
Clermont Avenue and Willoughby (1870-1935) – now French Speaking Baptist Church
► II/29 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1902)
• Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1870)
133 Carlton Avenue, near Myrtle (1845-1870) – known as Carlton Avenue M.E. Church
Second building (1849-1870) – sold to St. Luke German Evangelical Lutheran Church (1870)
• unknown
First building (1845-1849)
• unknown
Sixth Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
  See Park Slope United Methodist Church
South Third Street United Methodist Church (Iglesia Metodista Unida de Sur Tres) NE (Williamsburg)
  Merged into Knickerbocker UMC to form New Jerusalem United Methodist Church (2010)
411 South Third Street (1850-2010)
• unknown (1961)
► II/7 May & Mortimer – removed (1961)
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• unknown (c.1850)
Summerfield Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Fort Greene)
  Merged with Hanson Place and Fleet Street M.E. churches to form Central M.E. Church (1927)
Washington Avenue at Greene Avenue (1851-1927)
• Levi Stuart (<1890)
Sumner Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Sumner Avenue at Van Buren Street (1889-?) – became Upper Room Baptist Church
• II/18 Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 1404 (1889) – moved to St. Joachim RC, Manhattan
Greene Avenue, near Tompkins Avenue (1869-1889) – known as Greene Avenue M.E. Church
• unknown
Tompkins Avenue at Lafayette Avenue (1868-1869) – known as Tompkins Square M.E. Church
• unknown
Sunset Park Methodist Episcopal Church
  See Christ United Methodist
Tabernacle Methodist Episcopal Church
  See Greenpoint Tabernacle
Third Methodist Episcopal Church (Williamsburg)
  South 5th and 5th Streets (org. 1841, disbanded 1891)
• William H. Davis (1855)
Tompkins Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Tompkins Avenue at Willoughby Avenue
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
Tompkins Square Methodist Episcopal Church
  See Sumner Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
Trinity Methodist Protestant Church NE ((Williamsburg)
  Formed by merger of Grand Street and Bedford Avenue Methodist Protestant churches (1887)
South 4th and Roebling Streets (1887-1898) – orig. FIrst Presbyterian; later St. Mary, Queen of Angels RC
• unknown ("built in France"
Union Place Methodist Episcopal Church (Cypress Hills)
  See Andrews Methodist Episcopal Church
(Union Place was changed to "Cypress Hills" in the 1870s)
Union United Methodist Church (Crown Heights)
  121 New York Avenue, corner Dean Street – orig. New York Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
► III/70 Clarence E. Morey, Op. 397 (1929) – electrifed Hutchings
► III/70 George S. Hutchings Co., Op. 200 (1890)
Vandeveer Park United Methodist Church (Flatbush)
  3114 Glenwood Road near East 31st Street (since 1902)
Present building (since c.1925)
► III/58 Allen Organ Company electronic (2006)
• II/ Hammond Musical Instrument Co. Model B-3
► II/10 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1352 (1925)
First building (1902-c.1925)
• unknown
Avenue D and East 38th Street (1895-1902)
• unknown
Warren Street Methodist Episcopal Church
  See Cuyler-Warren Street United Methodist Church
Washington Street Methodist Episcopal Church
  See Drew Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church
Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church (Cypress Hills)
  See Andrews United Methodist Church
Williams Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Brownsville)
  Merged into Andrews M.E. Church (1923)
77 Williams Avenue (betw. Atlantic and Liberty Avenues)
• unknown
Windsor Terrace United Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Windsor Terrace)
  Vanderbilt Street and East 3rd Street (1954-c.1995)
• unknown
Corner Greenwood and Prospect Avenues (1883-1954)
► II/11 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1006 (1912)
Wyckoff Street German Methodist Episcopal Church NE (Cobble Hill)
  Wyckoff Street near Hoyt Street
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• unknown
   
  Miscellaneous
   
Church of God of Prophecy (Bushwick)
  1243 Bushwick Avenue at Weirfield Avenue – orig. Bushwick Avenue Baptist Church
• II/11 William H. Davis (c.1870)
Pillar of Fire Church NE (Park Slope)
  123 Sterling Place at Seventh Avenue (?-burned 1960) – orig. Seventh Ave. M.E.; then Grace M.E.
► II/14 William A. Johnson, Op. 307 (1869) – moved to Pillar of Fire HQ, Zarapheth, N.J. (c.1954)
   
  Moravian (United Brethren)
   
First Moravian Church NE (Downtown)
  347 Jay Street near Myrtle Avenue (1854-c.1920)
• II/14 William H. Davis tracker; blower installed by Reuben Midmer & Sons (1917)
   
  Nazarene
   
Bethany Nazarene Church (Fort Greene)
  595 Classon Avenue near Lefferts Place
• George Jardine & Son
Community Worship Center of the Church of the Nazarene (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  1160 Bedford Avenue at Monroe Street – orig. East Reformed Church
• unknown
   
  Non-Denominational
   
Brooklyn Tabernacle (Downtown) (orig. named Central Presbyterian Church)
  17 Smith Street (since 2002) – orig. Loew's Metropolitan Theatre
• electronic keyboards
292 Flatbush Avenue at 7th Avenue – orig. Carlton Theatre (razed 2004)
• unknown
Clinton Avenue, corner Greene (1890-1980s)
• III/35 Austin Organ Company, Op. 567 (1916)
► IV/78 George Jardine & Son (1890) – burned in 1894
Corner Marcy and Jefferson Avenue (1873-1889)
► III/43 George Jardine & Son (1873) – burned in 1889
► II/27 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 544 (1870) – burned with building in 1872
Church of the Christian Endeavor [E.D.] NE (Williamsburg)
  Hewes Street and Lee Avenue
• Reuben Midmer & Sons – Sanctuary
• Reuben Midmer & Sons – Sunday school
Elim International Fellowship (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  22 Madison Avenue, corner Classon Avenue – orig. Catholic Church of the Nativity
• V/ Baldwin electronic (Church Organ Systems)
• II/29 J.H. & C.S. Odell (1872?)
Salvation Army (Cobble Hill)
  236 Harrison (Kane) St. at Tompkins Pl. (for 6 months in 1905) – orig. Middle Dutch Reformed Ch.
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• Hall & Labagh (1855)
   
  Pentecostal
   
Ridgewood Pentecostal Church (Bushwick)
  457 Harman Street at St. Nicholas Avenue – orig. Wyckoff Heights Presbyterian Church
► II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5387 (1928)
Rugby Deliverance Tabernacle (East Flatbush)
  4901 Snyder Avenue (since 1928) – named Rugby Congregational Church until 2003
► II/4 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4937 (1934)
   
  Presbyterian
   
Abbott Memorial Presbyterian Church
  See Arlington Avenue Presbyterian Church
Ainslie Street Presbyterian Church NE (Williamsburg)
  Ainslie Street corner Ewen (Manhattan Avenue) – became First Spanish Presbyterian Church
• II/21 Reuben Midmer & Son (1880s)
Arlington Avenue Presbyterian Church (Highland Park)
  266 Arlington Avenue, corner Elton Street
Second building (1906-?) – became Crossroads Presbyterian Church
► II/18 A.B. Felgemaker, Op. 911 (1906)
First building (1893-1906)
• unknown
Bay Ridge Presbyterian Church
  See Union Church of Bay Ridge (listed under Reformed Church in America)
Bedford–Central Presbyterian Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  1200 Dean Street at Nostrand Avenue (since 1898) – orig. Bedford Presbyterian Church
► III/80 Allen Organ Company electronic (2002)
► III/29 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1029 (1909)
• II/6 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 3055 (1950) – Chapel
• unknown (c.1898) – Chapel
Classon Avenue, near Park Place (1875-1898) – congregation changed to Presbyterian (1896)
• unknown
Baltic Street and Classon Avenue (1871-1875) – known as Church of the Covenant (Cong'l)
• unknown
Atlantic and Grand Avenue (1868-1871)
• unknown
Bensonhurst First Presbyterian Church NE (Bensonhurst)
  23rd Avenue and 83rd Street
• Hall Organ Company
Bethany Presbyterian Church
  See Westminster–Bethany United Presbyterian Church
Brooklyn Tabernacle – orig. Central Presbyterian Church
  See entry under "Non-denominational"
Bushwick Avenue Presbyterian Church NE (Bushwick)
  Merged into Westminster Bethany Presbyterian (1981)
975 Bushwick Avenue at Menahan St. (1906-1981) – now Mount of Olives Seventh-day Adventist
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1925)
• II/22 George Jardine & Sons (c.1906)
Throop Avenue (c.1869-1906) – named Throop Ave. German Pres.; ren. Hopkins St. Pres. (1873)
• unknown
Calvary Chapel
  location unknown
• Hall & Labagh (1872)
[1st] Central Presbyterian Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  See Brooklyn Tabernacle under "Non-denominational"
[2nd] Central Presbyterian Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Merged with Bedford Presbyterian Church (c.1944)
260 Jefferson Avenue at Marcy Avenue
Second building (1936-1944) – became Siloam Presbyterian Church
• Unknown Builder (1936)
First building (?-burned 1936)
• unknown
City Park First Presbyterian Church (City Park/Vinegar Hill)
  209 Concord Street
• II/22 Austin Organ Company, Op. 78 (1901)
Classon Avenue Presbyterian Church NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Merged into Bedford-Central Presbyterian Church (1961)
Corner Classon Avenue and Monroe Street
• III/30 Austin Organ Company, Op. 256 (1910)
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• Hall & Labagh (1869)
Clinton Street Presbyterian Church NE (Cobble Hill) – orig. South Presbyterian Church
  Corner Clinton and Amity Streets (1845-1875) – sold to St. Matthew's Lutheran in 1879
Moved in 1875 with First Presbyterian (Old School) and became Clinton Street Presbyterian
• II/27 Ferris & Stuart (1868)
• George Jardine & Son (1853)
Crossroads, Presbyterian Church of the (Highland Park)
  133 Elton Street, corner Arlington Avenue – orig. Arlington Avenue Presbyterian Church
► II/18 A.B. Felgemaker, Op. 911 (1906)
Cumberland Street Presbyterian Church NE (Fort Greene)
  103 Cumberland Street, near Myrtle Avenue (1871-1940s) – orig. named Fort Greene Presbyterian
► II/14 Unknown Builder (1871)
Cuyler Presbyterian Church NE (Boerum Hill)
  Merged into Warren Street United Methodist Church (early 1980s)
360 Pacific Street (1892-early 1980s) – converted to condos
• unknown
Duryea Presbyterian Church (Prospect Heights)
  362 Sterling Place and Underhill Avenue (since 1931)
• unknown
Clermont Avenue near Atlantic
• II/18 Reuben Midmer & Sons (Ledger Book, 1906); could be renovated Davis organ
• William H. Davis (1869)
Ebenezer Presbyterian Church NE (Bushwick)
  Merged with Ridgewood Presbyterian Church, Ridgewood (Queens)
307 Stockholm Street, near St. Nicholas Avenue (1898-1975)
• II/P Estey Organ Company reed organ
Wyckoff Avenue, near Stockholm Street (1894-1898)
• unknown
First Presbyterian Church (New School) (Brooklyn Heights)
  124 Henry Street (since 1847)
► II/25 Van Zoeren Organs (1994) – "hybrid/combo" organ
► III/40 Austin Organ Company, Op. 117 (1903)
• III/37 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 104 (1882)
► III/38 Hall & Labagh (1847)
Cranberry Street (1822-1847) – became Plymouth Congregational Church
► III/19 Stevens & Gayetty (1836)
First Presbyterian Church (Old School) NE (Brooklyn Heights)
  Clemson and Remsen Streets (1850-1882) – became New Second Presbyterian Church
• II/ Ferris & Stuart (1868)
• III/32 George Jardine & Son (1853)
Fulton and Pineapple Streets (1840-1850)
• II/18 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 54 (1844)
First [German] Presbyterian Church of East Williamsburgh
  See United Presbyterian Church, Ridgewood (Queens)
First Presbyterian Church of Williamsburgh NE (Williamsburg)
  South 4th and Roebling Streets (1852-1887) – became Trinity M.P. Church; then St. Mary Queen of Angels RC (Lithuanian)
• unknown
First Spanish Presbyterian Church (Williamsburg)
  161 South 3rd Street at Driggs Avenue – orig. South Third Street Presbyterian Church
• unknown
Ainslie Street corner Ewen (Manhattan Avenue) – orig. Ainslie Street Presbyterian Church
• II/21 Reuben Midmer & Son (1880s)
First United Presbyterian Church NE (Williamsburg)
  South 1st & Rodney Streets (1860-1914) – became Talmud Torah
► II/19 George N. Andrews (c.1860)
Flatbush Church of the Redeemer NE (Flatbush)
  Merged with Lutheran Church of the Redeemer (1973)
494 East 23rd Street near Foster Avenue (since c.1916) – orig. Flatbush Presbyterian Church
► III/28 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4588 (1926)
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2123 (1916)
► II/10 Estey Organ Company – "Church Phonorium" (reed organ)
Flatbush Presbyterian Church
 
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See Flatbush Church of the Redeemer
Fort Greene Presbyterian Church
  See Cumberland Street Presbyterian Church
Fourth Avenue Presbyterian Church (Bay Ridge)
  6753 Fourth Avenue near Senator Street (since 1957)
• unknown
Clinton and Pacific Streets (1920-1957)
• unknown
Franklin Avenue Presbyterian Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Franklin Avenue near Myrtle Avenue
• Reuben Midmer & Sons
Friedenskirche (German Presbyterian Church of Peace) NE (Bushwick)
  Merged into Bushwick Avenue Church of Peace (1921)
Willoughby Avenue near Broadway (1885-1921)
• unknown
Grace Presbyterian Church NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  277 Stuyvesant Avenue at Jefferson Avenue (until 1934) – became Bridge A.M.E. Church (1934)
• III/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 575 (1908)
• II/7 Chapman & Symmes (c.1892)
Genevan Presbyterian Church ("Old School") NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Renamed Genevan Presbyterian Church (1864)
Gates Avenue, corner Hunter Street (1864-1876) – became Ch. of the Incarnation (Ref. Epis.)
• II/19 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 574 (1871)
Greene Avenue, corner Clermont Avenue (1857-1864) – known as Greene Ave. Presbyterian
• unknown, if any
Glenmore Avenue Presbyterian Church (Cypress Hills)
  994 Glenmore Avenue at Doscher Street (since 1913)
• I/7 F.L. Andren (c.1913)
Greene Avenue Presbyterian Church NE (Fort Greene)
  957-63 Greene Avenue, between Reid and Patchen Avenues (1874-1928)
Third or rebuilt second building (1910-1928)
► II/23 F.J.N. Tallman (1910)
Second building (1900-burned 1910)
► II/16 W.W. Kimball Co. (1902) – burned with church (1910)
First building (1874-1899)
• William H. Davis (1889)
• Unknown Builder (c.1874) – rental
Homecrest Presbyterian Church (Sheepshead Bay)
  1413 Avenue T at East 15th Street (since 1900)
• II/22reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5481 (1929)
Irving Square Presbyterian Church (Bushwick)
  Weirfield Street, corner Hamburg (Wilson) Avenue – now Iglesia Presbiteriana La Trinidad
► II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2545 (1918)
Jay Street Presbyterian Church
  See Third Presbyterian Church
Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church (Fort Greene)
  85 South Oxford Street at Lafayette Avenue (since 1862)
► IV/56 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 302-A (reb. 1968)
► IV/46 Austin Organ Company, Op. 302 (1911)
► III/41 Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 1313 (1886)
• III/42 William A. Johnson, Op. 164 (1864)
Carlton Avenue near DeKalb Avenue (1857-1862) – orig. Park Presbyterian; then Park Cong'l.
• George Jardine & Son (<1863)
Memorial Presbyterian Church (Prospect Heights)
  186 St. John's Place at 7th Avenue (since 1883)
► III/35 Austin Organ Company, Op. 197 (1908)
• II/32 L.C. Harrison (c.1883)
Warren Street (Prospect Place), between 5th and 6th Avenues (1866-1883)
• unknown
Olivet Presbyterian Church NE (Prospect Heights)
  506 Bergen Street near Sixth Avenue – became Latin Evangelical Free Church
• I/6 Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1870) – unused; pipes in storage (c.1980)
Park Presbyterian Church
  See Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church
Park United Presbyterian Church NE (Sunset Park)
  Sixth Avenue at 48th Street
• II/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 573 (1928)
Presbyterian Church of Peace (German)
  See Friedenskirche
Prospect Heights Presbyterian Church NE (Prospect Heights)
  8th Avenue at 10th Street
Top
• II/7 Estey Organ Company, Op. 6 (1902)
Ross Street Presbyterian Church NE (Williamsburg)
  Ross Street, between Bedford & Lee Avenues
• unknown
Second Presbyterian Church
  See Spencer Memorial Presbyterian Church
Second United Presbyterian Church NE (Boerum Hill)
  Atlantic Avenue at Bond Street (1857-1945) – orig. St. Peter Episcopal; became Union Baptist Church; now Belorussian Autocephalic Orthodox
► II/9 George Jardine & Son (c.1850) – see Union Baptist Church - Boerum Hill
Siloam Presbyterian Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  260 Jefferson Avenue at Marcy Avenue (since 1944) – orig. Central Presbyterian Church
► III/54 Allen Organ Company electronic (1965)
• Unknown Builder (1936)
404 Lafayette Avenue (1910-1944) – orig. First Church of Christ, Scientist
• II/9 George Earle
106 Prince Street, near Myrtle Avenue (1850-1907) – razed for Manhattan Bridge
• unknown
South Presbyterian Church
  See Clinton Street Presbyterian
South Sixth Street Presbyterian Church NE (Gowanus)
  South 4th and 6th Streets
• Ferris & Stuart (1859)
South Third Street Presbyterian Church (Old School) NE (Williamsburg)
  161 South 3rd Street at Driggs Avenue (1845-?) – now First Spanish Presbyterian Church
► II/17 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 435 (1867) – removed (1953)
• Ferris & Stuart (1859)
Spencer Memorial Presbyterian Church NE (Brooklyn Heights)
  Clinton and Remsen Streets (1882-c.1994) – orig. First Presbyterian (Old School)
► II/13 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 251 (1888) – moved from Jan Hus Presbyterian, Manhattan (1969)
► II/15 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 540 (1920) – incorp. into Odell Op. 593, New Utrecht Ref., Bkln. (1947)
Clinton Street near Fulton Street (1834- ) – named Second Presbyterian Church (Old School)
• II/ Ferris & Stuart (1868)
• III/32 George Jardine & Son (1853)
• II/23 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 66 (1845)
Third Presbyterian Church NE (Cadman Plaza)
  Jay Street between Sands and High Streets
• I/12 George Jardine & Son (1855)
Throop Avenue Presbyterian Church NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Merged and moved in 1945 to Rosedale Presbyterian, Rosedale (Queens)
Throop Avenue, corner Willoughby
Second building (c.1912-1945) – became Newman Memorial Methodist
• III/26 Austin Organ Company, Op. 398 (c.1912)
First building (est. 1849-burned c.1911)
• unknown
Tompkins Avenue German Presbyterian Church
  See Bushwick Avenue Presbyterian Church
Tompkins Avenue Presbyterian Church NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  69 McDonough Street, corner Tompkins Avenue – became Tompkins Ave. Congregational (1873)
• unknown
Wells Memorial Presbyterian Church NE (Flatbush)
  1218 Glenwood Road at Argyle Road – now Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
• II/9 Reuben Midmer & Son (1916)
Foster Avenue and East 13th Street (1907-?)
• unknown
Westminster–Bethany United Presbyterian Church
  Merger of Bethany and Westminster United Presbyterian churches (c.1928)
644 McDonough Street at Howard Avenue
Present building (since 1928) – orig. Bethany Presbyterian Church
• unknown
First building (1893-1928)
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1004 (1909)
• unknown – possibly reed organ
Halsey Street near Howard Avenue (1889-1893) – building moved to new location (1893)
• unknown – possibly reed organ
Westminster United Presbyterian Church NE (Carroll Gardens)
  Merged with Bethany Presbyterian Church (c.1928)
33 First Place at Clinton Street (1856-1928) – became Norwegian Seamen's Lutheran
• III/26 Alvinza Andrews & Son (1858); blower inst. by Midmer-Losh (1925)
Wyckoff Heights Presbyterian Church NE (Bushwick)
  457 Harman Street at St. Nicholas Avenue – now Ridgewood Pentecostal Church
Second building (1928-?)
• II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5387 (1928); reb. of Möller Op. 3905
First building (1895-burned 1928)
• II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3905 (1924)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1895)
Zion Presbyterian Church (Sunset Park)
  574 48th Street at Sixth Avenue
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• unknown (c.1921)
   
  Reformed Church in America (Dutch Reformed)
   
Bay Ridge Reformed Church
  See Union Church of Bay Ridge
Bedford Reformed Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  1160 Bedford Avenue at Madison Street (1875-disbanded 1904) – ren. Bedford Ref. (1879) – became Aurora Grata Scottish Rite Cathedral; then Miller Memorial Nazarene Church; now Community Worship Center of the Church of the Nazarene
• Hall & Labagh (c.1876)
Bedford Avenue, near Jefferson Street (1854-1875) – known as East Reformed Dutch Church
• unknown
Bedford Avenue Reformed Church NE (Williamsburg)
  Bedford Avenue, corner Clymer Street (1869-1941) – became Congregation Tifereth Israel
► II/31 George Jardine & Son (1869)
Fourth Street, near South Second (1829-1865) – known as First Reformed of Williamsburgh
• unknown
Bethany Chapel NE (Downtown)
  Merged into North Reformed Church to form Bethany Church (1902)
Hudson Avenue, near Myrtle Avenue (1870-1902)
► II/7 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1352 (1887) – moved to Resurrection R.C. Church, Manhattan (c.1908)
Bethany Reformed Church NE (Columbia Heights)
  Schenck Avenue near Atlantic Avenue (1860-1919) – orig. North Reformed Church
• unknown
Bushwick Dutch Reformed Church (aka Boght, Old Bushwick)
  location unknown (disbanded 1919)
Canarsie Community Reformed Church (Canarsie)
  1155 East 93rd Street at Conklin Avenue (since 1876)
► II/4 Geo. Kilgen & Son
• I/ Henry Erben
Central Reformed Church NE (Brooklyn Heights)
  125 Henry Street (1839-1850) – now Zion German Evangelical Lutheran
• I/ Henry Erben (1841)
Church on the Heights NE (Brooklyn Heights)
  Merged into First Reformed Church (1931)
Pierrepont Street, near Monroe Place (1850-1931)
• III/52 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1832 (1899)
• III/36 Hall & Labagh (1850); reb. L.U. Stuart (1867)
East Reformed Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  See Bedford Reformed Church
Edgewood Reformed Church NE (Borough Park)
  53rd Street and 14th Avenue (1902-1964)
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Op. 1088 (1910)
• Mason & Hamlin "parlor" organ
Cowenhoven's Lane (1868-1902)
• unknown
Emanuel [German] Reformed Church NE (East New York)
  Glenmore Avenue at Crystal Street (1897-disbanded 1908)
► II/8 Estey Organ Company, Op. 306 (1906) – moved to German Reformed, Woodhaven, Queens
First Reformed Church (aka Old First Reformed Church) (Prospect Park)
  729 Carroll Street at Seventh Avenue (since 1886)
► III/42 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5378 (1928); rev.
► III/39 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 476 (1891)
• II/ Geo. Kilgen & Son (1930s) – Sunday School
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Son (1889) – Sunday School
Livingston Street (1835-1886):
• II/24 Hall & Labagh (1845 or 1847)
Joralemon Street near Fulton (1807-1835):
• unknown
Second building on Fulton Street, between Lawrence and Bridge Street (c.1776-1807)
• unknown if any
First building on Fulton Street, between Lawrence and Bridge Street (1666-ca.1776)
• unknown if any
First Reformed Church (Williamsburg)
  See Bedford Avenue Reformed Church
Flatbush Reformed Church (Flatbush)
  890 Flatbush Avenue at Church Avenue
Present building (since 1796):
► III/40 George S. Hutchings, Op.445 (1897)
• III/ L.C. Harrison, Op. 79 (1886) – enlarged 1857 Henry Crabb organ
• II/ Henry Crabb (1857)
Second building (1698-1796):
• unknown
First building (1654-1698):
• unknown
Flatlands Reformed Church (Flatlands)
  3931 Kings Highway at East 40th Street
Present building (since 1848)
► II/13 M.P. Möller, Op. 11230 (1977)
• II/6 M.P. Möller, Op. 9836 (1964)
► II/14 Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
Second building (1794-1848)
• unknown
First building "Octagon Church" (1663-1794)
• unknown
Gates Avenue Reformed Dutch Church (Fort Greene)
  See Washington Avenue Protestant Reformed Dutch Church
Grace Reformed Church (Prospect Lefferts Gardens)
  Corner Lincoln Road and Bedford
• II/11 Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1895)
Gravesend Reformed Dutch Church NE (Gravesend)
Federated with Advent Lutheran Church to form Advent-Gravesend Church (1979)
145 Gravesend Neck Road (until 1979)
New building (1894-1979)
• II/15 Mann & Trupiano, Op. 16
• II/11 George Jardine & Son (1894)
Earlier building (until 1894)
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• I/11 George Jardine & Son (1874)
Greenwood Heights Reformed Church NE (Greenwood Heights)
  7th Avenue and 45th Street (disbanded 1972)
• II/7 W.W. Kimball Co. (>1894)
Greenpoint Reformed Church (Greenpoint)
  136 Milton Street (since 1942) – orig. Thomas C. Smith House
► II/9 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1035 (1921) – moved from previous church (c.1942)
149 Kent Street (1869-1942) – now St. Elias Melkite (Greek Rite) Roman Catholic Church
► II/9 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1035 (1921)
► II/15 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 513 (1869)
Java Street near Franklin Avenue (1850-1869):
• unknown
Kent Street Reformed Church
See Greenpoint Reformed Church
Lee Avenue Reformed Dutch Church NE (Williamsburg)
  Merged with Central Congregational in 1871
Lee Avenue at Hughes Street (c.1860-1871)
• II/35 Ferris & Stuart (1861)
• I/14 Ferris & Stuart (1860) – Sunday School
Middle Reformed Church NE (Williamsburg)
  Harrison Street and Tompkins Place (c.1854-disbanded 1887) – sold to Salvation Army (6 months), then to Trinity Evangelical Lutheran (1887), then Congregation Baith Israel (1905)
• III/30 Hall & Labagh (1856)
New Brooklyn Reformed Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  1064 Herkimer Street near Saratoga Avenue
► II/15 Müller & Abel, Op. 62 (1902)
New Lots Community Church (East New York)
  612 New Lots Avenue and Schenck Avenue – orig. named New Lots Reformed Church
• Hammond Musical Instruments Model B3
• I/6 George Jardine & Son (c.1870)
New Utrecht Reformed Dutch Church (New Utrecht)
  84th Street at 18th Avenue (since 1828)
► III/25 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 595 (1947)
► II/12 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 147 (1875)
Main Street (now 84th St.) near 16th Avenue (1700-1828)
• unknown
North Reformed Dutch Church of Gowanus
  See Twelfth Street Reformed Church
North Reformed Church
  Merged with Bethany Chapel to form Bethany Church (1902)
Clermont Avenue and Willoughby Avenue
• III/26 Hall & Labagh (1860)
Reformed Church of Jesus (closed 1940s)
  Relocated to Glendale, Queens (1940s)
64 Menahan Street and Bushwick Avenue (1891-1940s) – now Iglesia de Dios Hispana
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3506 (1923)
Salem Reformed Chapel
  See Bethany Reformed Chapel
Reformed Church of South Bushwick (aka Second Reformed Church, White Church)
  855 Bushwick Avenue at Himrod Street
► II/15 William B. Williams, Op. 8 (1893) – Church
• II/9 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1333 (1887) – Sunday School – moved from Brighton Ave. Baptist, Brighton, Mass. (1930)
• J.H. & C.S. Odell
• George Jardine & Son
St. Peter German Evangelical Reformed Church (orig. St. Peter German Evangelical Lutheran)
  Merged into Trinity Reformed Church, Ridgewood, Queens (1919)
Union Avenue corner Scholes Street (1853-1919)
Third building (1912-1919)
► II/9 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1029 (1912)
Second building (1880-burned 1910)
• II/ George Jardine & Son (c.1880)
First building (1853-1880) – renamed St. Peter's German Evangelical Reformed Church (1866)
• unknown
Second Reformed Church
  See Central Reformed Church
South [Bushwick] Reformed Church
  See Reformed Church of South Bushwick
South Reformed Church (aka Third Reformed)
  Merged with Bay Ridge United Presbyterian to form Bay Ridge United Church (1975)
Fourth Avenue at 55th Street
(c.1905-1975)
► II/20 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1115 (1910)
► II/22 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 144? (1875) – moved from old church
Third Avenue and 52nd Street (1875-c.1905)
► II/22 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 144? (1875)
22nd Street and Third Avenue (?-1850) – orig. Fourth Avenue Avenue Presbyterian
• unknown
43rd Street and Third Avenue (c.1840-burned 1863)
• unknown
Third Avenue Reformed Church
  See Twelfth Street Reformed Church
Third Reformed Church (aka South Reformed)
  See South Reformed Church
Trinity Reformed Church
  Union Avenue and Scholes
• II/35reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4766 (1927)
• II/ George Jardine & Son (c.1881) – moved by Robt. Rowland to St. Paul's Lutheran, West Camp, NY (1926)
Twelfth Street Reformed Church (Park Slope)
  251 Twelfth Street, betw. Fourth & Fifth Aves. (1869-1968) – now Park Slope Community Ch.
► II/22 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1278 (1911)
• II/24reg E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 502 (1869) – moved to Provincial School, Callicoon, N.Y. by M.P. Möller as their Op. 1344 (1911)
Third Avenue, betw. 20th & 21st Streets (1850-1869) – orig. Fourth Presbyterian Church
• I/ Ferris & Stuart (1866)
Union Church of Bay Ridge (Bay Ridge)
  8101 Ridge Boulevard at 80th Street – orig. Bay Ridge Reformed Church
► III/42 Henderson-Wilson (1973)
► III/21 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 382 (1922)
Merged with Bay Ridge Presbyterian Church in 1918 – renamed Union Church
► II/8 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 329 (1896)
Union Avenue German Reformed Church
  See St. Peter German Evangelical Reformed Church
Washington Avenue Protestant Reformed Dutch Church (Fort Greene)
  Washington and Gates Avenues (1848-dissolved 1851) – aka Gates Ave. Reformed Dutch Church
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• George Jardine & Son
   
  Reformed Church in the U.S.
   
Christ Evangelical Reformed Church (East New York)
  54 Wyona (Wyckoff) Street, near Fulton Street (1893-c.1990) – now AIC Igelisa Pentecostal
• II/16 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1917)
Fulton Street, near Wyona Street (1869-1893)
• unknown
German Emmanuel (Immanuel) Reformed Church
  Merged with German Evangelical Reformed (now UCC), Woodhaven, Queens (1922)
420 Graham Avenue, near Jackson Street (1878-1922)
• unknown
St. Luke Reformed Church
  Closed or merged after 1914
55 Sutton Street, near Nassau Avenue (1903-after 1945) – became First Polish Baptist Church
• II/10 Unknown Builder (tracker)
   
  Roman Catholic
   
Cathedral-Basilica of St. James (Downtown)
  250 Cathedral Place (Jay and Chapel Streets)
► III/41 James A. Konzelman Pipe Organs (1981)
► II/18 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1481 (1926)
• Henry Erben (1874)
• I/10 Henry Erben (1838)
Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph (Prospect Heights)
  856 Pacific Street at Vanderbilt Avenue (since 1853) – became co-cathedral in 2013
Present building (since 1915)
• unknown electronic
• III/74reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1913 (1915)
Second building (1861-1915)
• A. B. Felgemaker, Op. 481 (c.1887)
First building (1849-1861)
• II/ Richard M. Ferris (1853)
All Saints Catholic Church (Williamsburg)
  115 Throop Avenue at Thornton Street
Present building (since 1896):
► II/36 William G. Schwarze (1896); reb.
First building (1867-1896)
• unknown
Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church (Williamsburg)
  255 North Fifth Street at Havemeyer Street
Present building (since 1870)
► III/30 Austin Organ Co., Op. 288 (1912) – orig. in St. Peter Epis., Morristown, NJ; moved (c.1930)
• unknown (c.1870)
First building (c.1863-1870)
• unknown
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church (Brooklyn Heights)
  55 Cranberry Street (since 1909)
• Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1952)
• unknown (1909)
Jay and York Streets (1842-1909) – razed for approach to Manhattan Bridge
• I/12 George Jardine & Son (1846)
Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church (New Lots/Cypress Hills)
  187 Euclid Avenue, at Fulton Street
Present building (since 1926)
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1926)
Second building (1912-1926)
• I/6 William H. Davis
First building (1891-1912)
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• unknown
Epiphany Catholic Church (Williamsburg)
  Consolidated with SS. Peter & Paul Catholic Church (2007)
102 South 9th Street, near Bedford Avenue (1905-2007) – orig. First Universalist Ch. of Williamsburg
• II/12 Wirsching Organ Co.
• II/25 Hall & Labagh
Fourteen Holy Martyrs Catholic Church (Bushwick)
  Consolidated into St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church (1976)
628 Central Avenue near Covert Street (1887-closed 1976) – now Pilgrim Christian Academy
► II/10 William G. Schwarze (c.1887)
Good Shepherd Catholic Church (Marine Park)
  1950 Batchelder Street
• unknown
Guardian Angel Catholic Church (Sheepshead Bay)
  2978 Ocean Parkway, near Neptune Avenue
Present building (since 1905)
• Rodgers Instruments electronic (2002)
• Rodgers Instruments electronic (1973)
► I/7 George Jardine & Son, Op. 1019 (1890) – installed (1921)
• unknown (1905)
First building (1880-1905)
• unknown
Holy Cross Catholic Church (Flatbush)
  2530 Church Avenue near Rogers (since 1872)
• III/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4352 (1929)
• III/35s Henry Erben (1873)
Holy Cross Polish National Catholic Church (Gowanus)
  159 15th Street near Fourth Avenue (1912-2007) – orig. Greenwood Baptist Church
• I/6 Henry Erben (1861) – moved to Evang. Free Church, Tottenville, S.I. (1932); extant in 2nd Court House Museum, Staten Island
Holy Family Catholic Church (Canarsie)
  9719 Flatlands Avenue at Rockaway Parkway
Present building (since 1953)
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic – second-hand
• III/ Rodgers Instruments electronic (1971)
• Conn Organ electronic
• III/ M.P. Möller – second-hand, inst. by Rockefeller Bros.
Second building (1910-1953)
• II/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4429 (1930)
• I/4 George Jardine & Son (moved from old church?); blower installed by Midmer-Losh (1926)
First building (1880-1910)
•I/4 George Jardine & Son?
Holy Family Catholic Church (Slovak) (Greenpoint)
  21 Nassau Avenue near 15th Street (since 1911)
► III/14 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6005 (1931)
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1342 (1912)
Holy Family Catholic Church (German) (Park Slope)
  Consolidated with St. Thomas Aquinas Church (2006)
236 13th Street, between Fourth & Fifth Avenues
Present building (since 1928)
• II/ Hall Organ Company (1928)
First building (1880-1928)
• II/15 A. B. Felgemaker, Op. 444 (1879); motor installed by Midmer (1909)
Holy Ghost Catholic Church (Borough Park)
  See Holy Spirit Catholic Church
Holy Innocents Catholic Church (Flatbush)
  279 East 17th Street at Beverly Road
Present building (since 1922):
► III/32 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 390 (1922); reb. by Peragallo (2005)
First building (1909-1922)
• II/P reed organ
Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church (Prospect Park)
  245 Prospect Park West at Prospect Avenue (since 1878)
► II/20 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1878/1917)
Holy Rosary Catholic Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  141 Chauncey Street near Malcolm X Boulevard (orig. Reid Street) (since 1894)
► II/24 Reuben Midmer & Son (c.1910)
• George Jardine & Son (1895)
Holy Spirit Catholic Church (Borough Park)
  1712 Fourty-Fifth Street – orig. named Holy Ghost; renamed Holy Spirit in 1981
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1922); reb. Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1963)
Immaculate Conception Catholic Cathedral (Fort Greene)
  Block bounded by Lafayette, Clermont, Greene and Vanderbilt Avenues
(started in 1867 but unfinished; foundations razed in 1931)
Chapel of St. John (1879-1913) – See Queens of All Saints Catholic Church
• II/23 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 983 (1880)
Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church (aka St. Mary's) (Williamsburg)
  Merged into Most Holy Trinity Church (2007)
72 Maujer Street at Leonard Street (1854-2007)
• unknown (1915 and on)
► II/21 Richard M. Ferris (1855) – extant until 1915
Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church (Kensington)
  2805 Fort Hamiliton Parkway 
Present building (since 1932)
► III/21 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4801 (1932)
First building (1894-1932)
• unknown
Mary of Nazareth Catholic Church (Fort Greene)
  See Sacred Heart Church
Mary Queen of Heaven Catholic Church (Mill Basin)
  1395 East 56th Street
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic
• Rodgers Instruments electronic – destroyed by fire
• I/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1900) – restored 1970s-80s
Mary, Mother of the Church Catholic Church (East New York)
  See St. Gabriel at Mary, Mother of the Church
Most Holy Trinity – St. Mary Catholic Church (Williamsburg)
  Merger of Most Holy Trinity & 'St. Mary' (Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary) (2007)
138 Montrose Avenue, near Manhattan Avenue
Present building (since 1883) – built as Most Holy Trinity Church
• unknown electronic (c.1978)
• III/38 George Jardine & Son (1890)
• II/28 Ferris & Stuart (1855) – moved from previous building (1883)
Second building (1854-1883)
• II/28 Ferris & Stuart (1855)
First building (1841-1854)
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• unknown builder (1847) – moved to St. Joseph's Church, Astoria (1854)
Most Precious Blood Catholic Church (Bath Beach)
  70 Bay 47th Street
• unknown
Nativity of Our Blessed Lord Catholic Church (Clinton Hill)
  Absorbed in St. Peter Claver Church (1973)
Corner Classon and Madison Avenues – now Elim International Fellowship Church
► II/29 J.H. & C.S. Odell (1872) – moved from Masonic Temple in Manhattan?
Our Lady Help of Christians Catholic Church (Midwood)
  1315 East 28th Street
• II/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3949 (1927)
Our Lady of All Angels Catholic Chapel (Fort Greene)
  See Queen of All Saints Catholic Church
Our Lady of Angels Catholic Church (Bay Ridge)
  7320 Fourth Avenue at 74th Street
► III/27 Peragallo Pipe Organ Company, Op. 601 (1999); reb. of Kilgen
► III/28 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4202 (1929)
• II/ F.J.N. Tallman, Op. 56 (1910)
Our Lady of Charity Catholic Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  1669 Dean Street
Present building (since 1950s or 1960s)
• unknown
First building (1908-?)
• I/6 Reuben Midmer & Sons; elec. blower added by Midmer (1916)
Our Lady of Consolation Catholic Church (Williamsburg)
  184 Metropolitan Avenue (since 1910)
• II/10 A. Gottfried & Co.? (c.1910)
Our Lady of Czestochowa – St. Casimir Catholic Church (Bush Terminal)
  Consolidation of two parishes (1980)
183 25th Street – orig. Our Lady of Czestochowa
Present building (since 1904)
► II/15 Tellers-Kent Organ Company, Op. 176 (1919) – moved from St. Casimir Church (1980)
• unknown (c.1904)
First building (1896-burned 1904)
• unknown
Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church (Bushwick)
  915 Putnam Avenue
Present building (since 1891)
► III/16 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3872 (1927)
• II/22 Henry Erben (1836) – moved from St. James RC Church, Manhattan (1891)
First building (1886-1891)
• unknown
Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church (Gravesend)
  430 Avenue W at East 4th Street
• III/ Rodgers Instruments electronic (c.1971)
Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church (Dyker Heights)
  7201 15th Avenue at 72nd Street
Present building (since c.1934)
► II/24 Austin Organ Company, Op. 2594 (1975)
Second building (1908-burned 1933)
► II/19 Anthony Porto & Son (1932?) – burned (1973)
• II/17 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1908)
First building (1906-1908)
• unknown
Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Cathedral (Brooklyn Heights)
  113 Remsen Street at Henry Street (since 1944) – orig. Church of the Pilgrims
► III/25 Austin Organ Company, Op. 259 (1911)
295 Hicks Street (c.1908-1944)
• unknown
81 Washington Street, Manhattan (until 1903) – meeting at St. Joseph's Church
• unknown
Our Lady of Loreto Catholic Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Merged into Our Lady of the Presentation Church (2011)
124 Sackman Street at Pacific Street (1908-closed 2010)
• I/7 Reuben Midmer & Son; elec. blower inst. (1920s) – moved from old church
Powell Street (1896-1908) – orig. Salvation Army Hall
• I/7 Reuben Midmer & Son
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church (French) (East New York)
  Broadway at De Sales Place
Second building (1898-burned 1974) – renamed Our Lady of Lourdes (1900)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons – burned
First building (1875-1898) – known as St. Francis de Sales Church
• Unknown Builder (1875)
[1st] Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church (Brooklyn Heights)
  Schermerhorn Street, near Bond Street (1908-closed 1930) – razed to make way for subway
• III/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1908)
Debevoise Street, near DeKalb Avenue (1858-1908) – razed to make way for Manhattan Bridge
Second building (1869-1908)
► III/30 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 486 (1869)
First building (1858-1869)
• Henry Erben (1858)
[2nd] Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church (Brownsville)
  Merged into Our Lady of the Presentation / Loreto Church (2011)
680 Mother Gaston Boulevard (Stone Avenue) (1961-closed 2011)
• unknown
Our Lady of Miracles Catholic Church (Canarsie)
  757 East 86th Street
• unknown
Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Shrine Church of (Italian) (Williamsburg)
  275 North 8th Street at Union Avenue
Present building (since 1940s)
• unknown
Second building (1930-1940s) – Basement church only – razed for Brooklyn-Queens Expressway
• unknown
First building (1887-1930)
• II/13 Claus S. Brandrup (1902)
• George Jardine & Son (<1891)
• Ferris & Stuart
Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church (Carroll Gardens)
  522 Carroll Street (since 1904)
Top
► III/14 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4306? (1929)
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Basilica (Sunset Park)
  526 59th Street at Fifth Avenue
Present building (since 1928):
► IV/42 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3496 (1927)
Lower church (since 1905):
► II/16 Konzelman Organs (2002)
• II/ Mann & Trupiano (1970s)
• II/ Charles Maier (c.1893) – moved from old church
First building (1893-1905):
• II/ Charles Maier (c.1893)
Our Lady of Pilar Catholic Church (Fort Greene)
  Merged into St. Peter Catholic Church (1942)
Moved to Queens of All Saints Church (1934)
264 Cumberland Street near Lafayette Avenue (1916-1934)
• unknown
Our Lady of Refuge Catholic Church (Flatbush)
  2020 Foster Avenue at Ocean Avenue
Present building (since 1934)
► III/25 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5163 (1933)
First building (1913-1934)
• unknown
Our Lady of Solace Catholic Shrine Church (Coney Island)
  2866 West 17th Street at Mermaid
► II/54d Rodgers Instruments electronic (2004)
► II/21 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 204 (1884) – rebuild of J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 29
Our Lady of the Presentation / Loreto Catholic Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  1677 Saint Mark's Avenue at Rockaway Avenue
Second building (since 1911)
► II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6518 (1937)
First building (1887-burned 1910)
• unknown
Our Lady of the Rosary of Pompei Catholic Church (Williamsburg)
  225 Siegel Street
• unknown
Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  583 Throop Avenue at McDonough Street
Present building (since 1895)
► III/42 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1895) – OHS Citation #137 (1993)
First building (c.1868-1895)
• unknown
Precious Blood Monastery Catholic Church (Sunset Park)
  5400 Fort Hamilton Parkway (since 1927)
• IV/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3930 (1927)
Queen of All Saints Catholic Church (Fort Greene)
  Lafayette Avenue at Vanderbilt Avenue (since 1913) – orig. named Our Lady of All Angels
► IV/45 Wirsching Organ Co. (1913); electrified by Wangerin (1925) – OHS Citation #66
Clermont Avenue & Greene Avenue (1879-1913) – known as Chapel of St. John
• II/23 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 983 (1880)
Regina Pacis Votive Shrine (Borough Park)
  See St. Rosalia – Regina Pacis Catholic Church
Resurrection Coptic Catholic Church (Gerritsen Beach)
  328 14th Street near 6th Avenue (since c.1986) – orig. St. Stanislaus Martyr Catholic Church
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1924)
• Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1891)
Resurrection Roman Catholic Church (Gerritsen Beach)
  2331 Gerritsen Avenue
• Peragallo Pipe Organ Company, Op. 390 (1955)
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5506 (1935)
• unknown (<1930); moved by Geo. Kilgen & Son as Op. 5533 to Zion Baptist, Brooklyn  
Sacred Heart Catholic Church (Fort Greene)
  Merged with St. Michael-St. Edward Church to become "Church of Mary of Nazareth" (2008)
Clermont Avenue near Park Avenue (since 1876)
► III/38 George Jardine & Son, Op. 1019 (1876)
• II/16 George Jardine & Son (c.1871) – Chapel on Vanderbilt Avenue
Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary (Italian) (Cobble Hill)
  Merged into St. Stephen's Church (1941) See Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary/St. Stephen
Degraw and Hicks Streets (1906-1941)
• II/21 J.H. & C.S. Odell (blower added 1920) – Upper Church
• I/5 Henry Erben (blower added 1917) – Lower Church
35-39 President Street near Van Brunt Street (1885-1906)
• II/16 George Jardine & Son (blower added in 1917)
Warren and Hicks Streets (1882-1886) – held services at St. Peter's Church
► III/41 Henry Erben (1861) – See St. Peter – Our Lady of Pilar Catholic Church
Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary – St. Stephen Catholic Church (Carroll Gardens)
  Corner of Summit and Hicks Streets (since 1875) – orig. St. Stephen's Catholic Church
► III/31 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 7560 (1952)
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4793 (1931) – burned with church (1951)
► III/37 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 17 (1875)
• Reuben Midmer & Sons – Lower Church
Corner of Carroll and Hicks Streets (1866-1873) – orig. St. Paul Episcopal Church
• II/ Ferris & Stuart (1861)
St. Agatha Catholic Church (Bay Ridge)
  702 48th Street
• II/32reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6725 (1939)
St. Agnes Catholic Church (Red Hook)
  433 Sackett Street at Hoyt Street
Present building (since 1905)
• Rodgers Organ Company electronic (1970s) – Chancel
• III/ Henry Erben (1875) – Gallery – orig. in Masonic Lodge, Manhattan
• II/ Henry Erben (1875) – Transept – orig. in Masonic Lodge, Manhattan
First building (1881-burned 1901)
• IV/56 George Jardine & Son (1882) – Upper Church
Hoyt and DeGraw Streets (1878-1881)
• unknown
St. Alphonsus Catholic Church (German) (Greenpoint)
  Merged into St. Anthony of Padua (1975)
177-81 Kent at Manhattan Avenue (1873-1975)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1930)
St. Ambrose Catholic Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Merged into Our Lady of Montserrate Catholic Church (1978)
222 Tompkins and DeKalb Avenues (1883-1978) – now Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church
► II/15 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1875)
St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church (Bay Ridge)
  6713 Ridge Boulevard
Top
• II/ Peragallo Pipe Organ Company
St. Ann Catholic Church (Vinegar Hill)
  Merged into St. George's Church to become St. Ann-St. George's Church (1986)
251 Front Street at Gold Street (1880-1986) – named St. Anne until 1901
► II/16 George Jardine & Son (1891)
St. Anselm Catholic Church (Bay Ridge)
  356 Eighty-second Street
• III/26s Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 7702 (1953)
St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church (Greenpoint)
  See St. Anthony-St. Alphonsus Catholic Church
St. Anthony – St. Alphonsus Catholic Church (Greenpoint)
  862 Manhattan Avenue opp. Milton Street (since 1874) – orig. St. Anthony of Padua Church
► III/45 Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1920s); reb. J.A. Konzelman (1980s)
• IV/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1892)
• II/ unknown (1885)
• Henry Erben (1875) – repossessed; moved to St. John's Church, Paterson, N.J. (early 1880s)
Lower Church:
► II/3 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3091 (1938)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
• I/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1900)
• Henry Erben 1874)
India Street (1858-1874)
• unknown
St. Athanasius Catholic Church (Bensonhurst)
  2154 Sixty-first Street near Bay Parkway
Present building (since 1963):
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic
► II/11 Earl J. Beach (1920s) – orig. in St. Rose of Lima RC; rebuilt by F.J. Lloyd (1964)
First building (1914-1963):
• II/21reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1905 (1915)
St. Augustine Catholic Church (Park Slope)
  116 Sixth Avenue, corner Sterling Place (since 1886)
► III/21 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5334 (1933) – reb. of Midmer
► III/43 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1915)
Fifth Avenue at Bergen (1872-1886)
• unknown
St. Barbara Catholic Church (Bushwick)
  138 Bleecker Street at Central Avenue
Present building (since 1910)
► III/19 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5948 (1931)
• II/17 Unknown Builder (tracker) – moved from previous building?
Original building (1893-1910)
• Unknown Builder
St. Benedict the Moor Catholic Church (German) (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  Fulton Street and Ralph Avenue (1853-closed 1973)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1928)
• II/17 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 14 (1874)
St. Bernadette Catholic Shrine (Dyker Heights)
  8201 Thirteenth Avenue
► II/16 Peragallo Pipe Organ Company, Op. 507 (1984)
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (1938)
St. Bernard Catholic Church (Mill Basin)
  2055 East 69th Street
• unknown
St. Bernard Catholic Church (closed 1941)
  Hicks & Rapelye Streets
• Unknown Builder (1906)
• George Jardine & Son (<1891)
St. Boniface OratoryOratory of St. Philip Neri (Downtown)
  109 Willoughby Street at Duffield Street (since 1872)
► III/32 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9878 (1964); rev. (1994)
► II/17 Midmer-Losh Organ Co. (1924)
• William Schwartz (1874)
Willoughby and Bridge Streets (1854-1872) – orig. St. Thomas Episcopal Church
• Henry Erben (1868)
• unknown
St. Brendan Catholic Church (Midwood)
  1525 East 12th Street at Avenue O
► III/35 Peragallo Pipe Organ Company (1983)
► III/27 Reuben Midmer & Sons, Op. 3563 (1920)
Top
• I/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
St. Brigid Catholic Church (Wyckoff Heights)
  409 Linden Street at St. Nicholas Avenue
Present building (since 1922):
► III/48 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 1146 (1948) – new console and tonal changes
► III/43 Albert E. Lloyd (1927)
• II/13 Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917) – moved from previous building (1922)
First building (1882-1922):
• II/13 Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
St. Casimir Catholic Church (Polish) (Fort Greene)
  Absorbed into Our Lady of Czestochowa (1980)
40 Greene Avenue at Adelphi Street
(1890-1980) – now Paul Robeson Theatre
► II/15 Tellers-Kent Organ Co., Op. 176 (1919) – moved to Our Lady of Czestochowa (1980)
► II/13 Charles Maier (c.1899)
• Henry Erben (1864)
Lawrence & Tillary Streets (1875-1890) – orig. Second Baptist; became St. Casimir RC, then Michael the Archangel RC
• George Jardine & Son (<1890)
St. Catharine of Alexandria Catholic Church (Borough Park)
  1119 41st Street at Fort Hamilton Parkway
► III/36 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3412 (1925) – extant but unplayable
► I/7 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1909) – Lower Church
St. Catherine of Genoa Catholic Church (Rugby)
  520 Linden Boulevard 
• II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8275 (1951) – moved from St. Therese of Lisieux (c.2006)
• II/4 M.P. Möller Artiste
St. Cecilia Catholic Church (Greenpoint)
  84 Herbert Street at Henry Street
• III/ Rodgers Instruments electronic (1990)
• III/ Philibert Croteau (1966) – electrified 1894 George Jardine & Son organ
• III/41 George Jardine & Son, Op. 1127 (1894) – move Hilborne L. Roosevelt organ, Op. 111 (1882) from Covenant Presbyterian, Manhattan
St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church (Brooklyn Heights)
  21 Sidney Place at Aitken Place
Present building (since 1869):
► III/35 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 178 (1880); restored by J.H. & C.S. Odell (2004)
• I/15 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 481 (1869)
First building (1849-burned 1869) – orig. Emmanuel Protestant Episcopal Church
• II/24 Ferris & Stuart (1854) – destroyed by fire in 1868
St. Columba Catholic Church (Marine Park)
  2245 Kimball Street
• unknown
St. Columbkille Catholic Church (Greenpoint)
  140-44 Dupont Street (1909-closed 1939) – became SS. Cyril & Methodius Catholic Church
Mission (1939-1950) until absorbed by SS. Cyril & Methodius Catholic Church
• I/7 Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
SS. Cyril & St. Methodius Catholic Church (Greenpoint)
  150 Dupont Street (since 1951)
• III/ Rodgers Instruments electronic (c.1971)
123 Eagle Street (1917-1939) – orig. Children's Mission (Reformed Dutch Sunday school)
• unknown
St. Dominic Catholic Church (Bensonhurst)
  2001 Bay Ridge Parkway
• unknown
St. Edmund Catholic Church (Homecrest)
  2460 Ocean Avenue
► II/8 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 2536; reb. 1992
• II/6 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 2536 (1942)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1923)
St. Edward Catholic Church (Greenpoint)
  See St. Michael – St. Edward Catholic Church
St. Elias Melkite Greek Rite Catholic Church (Greenpoint)
  149 Kent Street (since c.1942) – orig. Reformed Dutch Church of Greenpoint
• II/24 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 513 (1869)
St. Ephrem Catholic Church (Dyker Heights)
  929 Bay Ridge Parkway
► III/34 Casavant Frères, Op. 2172 (1953)
• II/ Wirsching Organ Co. (1921)
• III/ W.W. Kimball Co. (>1894)
St. Finbar Catholic Church (Bath Beach)
  Benson Avenue at Bay 20th Street
Present building (since 1912)
• Rodgers Organ Company electronic
► II/24 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1912)
Second building (1893-1912)
• II/15 Unknown Builder (c.1893)
First building (1881-1893)
• unknown
St. Fortunata Catholic Church (New Lots)
  2609 Linden Boulevard
• unknown electronic
• II/4 DeLosh Brothers (c.194x) – mainly from recycled theatre organ parts
St. Francis Cabrini Catholic Church (Dyker Heights)
  1562 86th Street
• unknown
St. Francis de Chantal Catholic Church (Borough Park)
  1273 Fifty-Eighth Street
• Rodgers Instruments electronic
Top
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons
St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church (East New York)
  See Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church
St. Francis of Assisi – St. Blaise Catholic Church (Crown Heights)
  319 Maple Street – built as St. Francis of Assisi Church
• III/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1932) – rebuild
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
St. Francis of Paola Catholic Church (Williamsburg)
  219 Conselyea Street at Woodpoint Road
Present building (since 1941)
• II/ Rodgers Instruments – digital with pipes (1989)
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5370 (1928) – moved from previous building (1941)
First building (c.1918-1941)
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5370 (1928)
• unknown (c.1918)
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church (Park Slope)
  225 Sixth Avenue, corner Carroll Street
Present building (since 1904)
► III/27 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2698 (1986)
• IV Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1923) – rebuild
► III/43 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1904)
First building (1886-1904)
• Reuben Midmer & Sons (1886)
St. Gabriel at Mary, Mother of the Church (East New York)
  Consolidation of St. Gabriel and St. John Cantius parishes (2007)
749 Linwood Street at New Lots Avenue (since 2007) – orig. St. Gabriel the Archangel Church
• unknown
• I/4 Steere & Turner (there in 1914)
St. Gabriel the Archangel Catholic Church (East New York)
  See St. Gabriel at Mary Mother of the Church
St. George Catholic Church (Lithuanian) (Vinegar Hill)
  Merged with St. Ann and renamed St. Ann-St. George Church (1986)
207 York Street (1914-2007)
• Bates & Culley (1916) – new Kinetic blower and possible rebuild of Midmer
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1914)
St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church (Crown Heights)
  Merged into St. Matthew's Parish (2011)
224 Brooklyn Avenue at St. John's Place
Present building (since 1916)
• Rodgers Instruments electronic with pipes
• II/24 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1916)
First building (1905-1916)
• Edwin E. Haslam
St. James Cathedral-Basilica (Downtown)
  See Cathedral-Basilica of St. James at top of section
St. Jerome Catholic Church (Flatbush)
  2900 Newkirk Avenue at Nostrand Avenue (since 1909)
• II/13 Reuben Midmer & Son (1915)
St. John Cantius Catholic Church (Polish) (East New York)
  479 New Jersey Avenue
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4571 (1930)
St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  75 Lewis Avenue at Willoughby Avenue
• IV/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1931)
• IV/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917); reb.
► IV/57 Carl Barckhoff (1893)
• George Jardine & Son (<1891)
St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church (Park Slope)
  250 21st Street near Fifth Avenue
Present building (since c.1923)
► II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3535 (1923)
First building (1850-c.1923)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
St. John, Catholic Chapel of (Fort Greene)
  See Queen of All Saints Catholic Church
One of six planned chapels for the unfinished Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
St. Joseph Catholic Church (Prospect Heights)
  See Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph at top of section
St. Joseph Patron of the Universal Church (Bushwick)
  185 Suydam Street
• II/ Rodgers Instruments electronic (c.1972)
St. Jude Catholic Church (Canarsie)
  1677 Carnarsie Road
• unknown
St. Kassimer Catholic Church
  See St. Casimir
St. Laurence Catholic Church (East New York)
  1020 Van Siclen Avenue
• unknown
St. Leonard of Port Maurice Catholic Church (German, Bushwick) NE (razed 2001)
  Absorbed into St. Joseph Patron Church (1978)
70 Wilson Avenue at Jefferson Street
Second building (1906-closed 1978)
► III/41 Tellers-Kent Organ Company, Op. 247 (1922) – reb. of previous organ
Top
► III/42 William G. Schwarze (c.1906)
First building (1871-1899)
• unknown
St. Louis Catholic Church (French) (Williamsburg)
  Mission from 1939-1946 until absorbed by St. Lucy
Ellery Street & Nostrand Avenue (1889-1939)
• II/15 Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
Siegel Street & Manhattan Avenue (1869-1889)
• unknown
St. Lucy Catholic Church (Italian) (Clinton Hill)
  Closed 1974; Merged into St. Patrick Church
802 Kent Avenue near Park
► II/7 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1921)
St. Lucy – St. Patrick Catholic Church (Fort Greene)
  285 Willoughby Avenue at Kent Avenue – orig. St. Patrick; Merged with St. Lucy (1974)
► II/28 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1910); reb. Clark & Fenton (1930s)
► III/34 Reuben Midmer (1869)
St. Malachy Catholic Church (East New York)
  Closed 2009; absorbed into St. Michael Church
129 Van Siclen Avenue near Atlantic Avenue (1854-2009)
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 2047 (1922)
► II/18 Reuben Midmer & Sons
• Henry Erben (1861)
St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Catholic Church (Manhattan Beach)
  215 Exeter Street near Ocean
• I/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1900) – possibly 2nd hand as church was estab. in 1920
St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church (Sheepshead Bay)
  Ocean Avenue and Avenue Z (since 1929)
• III/ Peragallo Pipe Organs (c.2001)
► II/21 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 581-A (1964); rebuild of 1927 Odell
• II/ J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 581 (1927)
Sheepshead Bay Road and East 14th Street
Second building (1893-burned 1929)
• II/17 E. & G.G. Hook (<1874)
First building (1861-burned 1893)
• unknown
St. Martin de Porres Catholic Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  583 Troop Avenue
• unknown
St. Martin of Tours – Fourteen Holy Martyrs Catholic Church (Bushwick)
  Consolidated with Fourteen Holy Martyrs Church (1976)
289 Weirfield Street at Knickerbocker Avenue 
Present building (since c.1913)
• II/53s Allen Organ Company electronic
• II/20 Johnson & Son – second-hand
First building (1906-c.1913)
• unknown
St. Mary Catholic Church (Clinton Hill)
  84 Flushing Avenue at Carlton Avenue
• II/ Vocalion (in 1919)
St. Mary Catholic Church (Williamsburg)
  See St. Peter and St. Paul Catholic Church
• II/28 George Jardine & Son (1883)
St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception (Williamsburg)
  See Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary
St. Mary, Mother of Jesus Catholic Church (Bath Beach)
  2326 Eighty-fourth Street
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5105 (1933) – burned
St. Mary, Star of the Sea Catholic Church (Carroll Gardens)
  467 Court Street at Luquer Street (since 1855)
• unknown electronic
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
• II/28 Hall & Labagh (1858)
• II/ Ferris & Stuart (1855)
St. Mary, Queen of the Angels Catholic Church (Lithuanian) (Williamsburg)
  South 4th and Roebling Streets (1899-1981) – orig. First Presbyterian, then Trinity Meth. Protestant
• II/13 Unknown Builder (tracker)
St. Matthew Catholic Church (Crown Heights)
  1123 Eastern Parkway
• III/ Rodgers Instruments electronic
• Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
• II/ Henry Erben (1884); moved and rebuilt by Felgemaker, Op. 1033 (1909)
St. Matthias Catholic Church
  Elm (now Catalpa) Avenue near Woodward
Since 1978 considered part of Queens; see St. Matthias in Queens listing
St. Michael Catholic Church (Bush Terminal)
  352 42nd Street at Fourth Avenue
• IV/79 Allen Organ Company electronic (2008)
• Rodgers Instruments electronic
• Reuben Midmer & Son
• II/17 Meredith A. Clark [& Sons?] – there in 1911
St. Michael – St. Edward Catholic Church (Fort Greene)
  Consolidated into Sacred Heart Church (2008)
108 St. Edward Street at Leo Place (1942-2008) – orig. St. Edward Catholic Church (1891-1942)
► II/20 American Master Organ Co. (c.1914)
• unknown (c.1891)
St. Michael – St. Malachy Catholic Church (East New York)
  Consolidated with St. Malachy Church (2009)
225 Jerome Street near Atlantic Avenue – built as St. Michael Church (German)
► III/33 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5841 (1937) – rebuild of Tellers-Kent
Top
► III/33 Tellers-Kent Company, Op. 241 (1921)
St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church (Italian) (Downtown)
  Merged into St. Edward Church (1942)
Concord & Prince Streets (1913-closed 1942) – razed for Brooklyn-Queens Expressway
• II/11 Reuben Midmer & Sons (tracker)
37 Lawrence Street at Tillary Street (1891-1913) – orig. Second Baptist Church (built 1848), then Presbyterian, then St. Casimir Polish Catholic Church
• unknown
St. Nicholas Catholic Church (Williamsburg)
  Merged with two other parishes to form the parish of Divine Mercy (2011)
26 Olive Street at Devoe Street (since 1863)
• II/25 William G. Schwarze
St. Patrick Catholic Church (Fort Hamilton)
  Fifth Avenue and 95th Street
Present building (since 1926)
• III/ Peragallo Pipe Organ Company, Op. 494 (1982)
• III/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1925)
First building (c.1853-1926)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1874) – Lower Church
St. Patrick Catholic Church (Fort Greene)
  Merged with St. Lucy (1974) – See St. Lucy – St. Patrick Church
285 Willoughby Avenue and Kent Avenue
St. Paul Catholic Church (Cobble Hill)
  Consolidated with St. Peter & Our Lady of Pilar (1975)
234 Congress Street at Court Street (1838-1975)
• III/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5473 (1935) – repairs to Müller & Abel
• III/ Muller & Abel (1900)
• George Jardine & Son (<1891)
• Henry Erben (1855)
• Henry Erben (1838)
St. Paul and St. Agnes Catholic Church (Boerum Hill/Cobble Hill/Carroll Gardens)
  433 Sackett Street
• unknown
Ss. Peter & St. Paul Catholic Church (Williamsburg)
  Wythe Avenue near South 2nd Street (1848-1957) – renamed St. Peter & St. Paul Church
► II/20 Henry Erben (1849); reb. (1902)
North 8th Street & Kent Avenue (1840-1848) – known as St. Mary Catholic Church
• unknown
St. Peter – Our Lady of Pilar Catholic Church (Cobble Hill) (closed 1975)
  Consolidated into St. Paul Catholic Church (1975)
Hicks Street at Warren Street – orig. St. Peter Catholic Church (1860-1975)
► III/41 George Jardine & Son (1879) – elec. by Robert Grigo; rem. by Organ Clearing House (2002)
• III/40 George Jardine & Son (1879); reb. & enl. Erben
• II/37 Henry Erben (1861)
St. Peter–St. Paul–Our Lady of Pilar Catholic Church (Cobble Hill)
  234 Congress Street, corner Court Street – orig. St. Paul's Church (1838-1975)
• Henry Erben (1855)
• Henry Erben (1838)
St. Peter Claver Catholic Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  29 Claver Place at Jefferson Avenue (since 1922)
► III/33 Delaware Organ Company (1960s) – orig. in St. Andrew-on-Hudson RC Sem., Hyde Park, NY
► II/13 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 574 (1926)
St. Rita Catholic Church (New Lots)
  275 Shepherd Avenue
• unknown
St. Rocco Catholic Church (Italian) (Bush Terminal)
  216 27th Street (since 1911) – orig. Trinity Norwegian Lutheran Church
• I/6 Unknown Builder (tracker)
22nd Street (1902-1911) – orig. synagogue
• unknown
St. Rosalia – Regina Pacis Catholic Church (Borough Park)
  1230 65th Street at Twelfth Avenue (since 1951) – Regina Pacis Votive Shrine
► IV/57 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 739 (1928) – from South Cong'l Ch., New Britain, CT; rev.
• III/ Jimmy Rockefeller (<1930s) – second-hand theatre-style organ installed 1951
62nd Street corner 14th Avenue (since c.1905) – St. Rosalia Church
► II/13 Gilbert F. Adams (1971); orig. L.C. Harrison, Op. 1362 (c.1895), Park Presb., Bloomfield, NJ
• II/ Baldwin Organ Company electronic (1950s)
• II/ Unknown Builder (1910)
• III/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4276 (1929) – Lower Church
• II/ Estey Organ Company (second hand) – Lower Church
St. Theresa's Chapel (School)
• II/4 Geo. Kilgen & Son (1929)
62nd Street near Thirteenth Avenue (1902-c.1905)
• unknown
St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church (Parkville)
  269 Parkville Avenue at East 8th Street (since 1925)
► III/55 Holtkamp Organ Company, Op. 1744 (1962)
• II/11 Earl J. Beach (c.1925) – moved to St. Athanasius RC, Brooklyn (1964)
Lawrence Avenue near East 1st Street (1870-1925)
Second building (1914-1925)
• Reuben Midmer & Son? (1914)
First building (1870-1914)
• II/20 George Jardine & Son (1889)
St. Saviour Catholic Church (Park Slope)
  611 Eighth Avenue at Sixth Street
► II/40 William E. Baker (1976)
► II/25 Reuben Midmer & Son, Op. 2932 (1918) – electrified 1911 organ
► II/25 Reuben Midmer & Son (1911)
► I/7 Reuben Midmer & Son (c.1905) – Lower Church
St. Simon and St. Jude Catholic Church (Gravesend)
  Van Sicklen and Avenue T
• unknown
St. Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Church (Polish) (Greenpoint)
  607 Humboldt Street at Driggs Avenue (since 1896)
► IV/46 Unknown Builder (1986)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1923, 1924)
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• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (1904)
St. Stanislaus Martyr Catholic Church (Scandinavian) (Prospect Park)
  Closed 1979, absorbed by Holy Family Church
328 14th Street, near 6th Avenue (1892-1979) – became Resurrection Coptic Catholic Church
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1924)
• II/9 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1892)
St. Stephen Catholic Church (named Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary/St. Stephen since 1941)
  See Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Church
St. Sylvester Catholic Church (New Lots)
  416 Grant Avenue
• Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1923)
St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church (Prospect Heights)
  563 Sterling Place (since 1875)
► III/34 Casavant Frères, Op. 1494 (1934) – Upper Church
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4580 (1930) – School Auditorium
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4448 (1930) – Chancel?
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1920s) – Lower Church
• I/8 Reuben Midmer & Sons – Upper Church Sanctuary
• III/31 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1887) – Upper Church Gallery
St. Therese of Lisieux (the Little Flower) Catholic Church (East Flatbush)
  4410 Avenue D at Troy Avenue
• II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8275 (1951) – moved to St. Catherine of Genoa (c.2006)
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church (Flatlands)
  1550 Hendrickson Street at Avenue P (since 1930):
• Rodgers Instruments electronic (2008)
• Allen Organ Company electronic (c.1969)
• III/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4635 (1931) – Echo added; organ removed c.1969 due to weight
► III/26 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4603 (1930)
2024 Flatbush Avenue (1885-1930):
• unknown
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church (Park Slope)
  249 Ninth Street at Fourth Avenue
► II/20 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 6135 (1988)
• III/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1968) – repairs?
► III/38 Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1925) – rebuild of Hook & Hastings
► III/36 Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 1301 (1886)
St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church (Williamsburg)
  167 North Sixth Street near Driggs (since 1869)
• III/6 Jimmy Rockefeller (1938) – with horseshoe console
• III/48s Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 1761 (1897)
• Henry Erben (1869)
North Sixth Street near Fifth Street (1863-1869)
• Henry Erben (1860)
St. Vincent Ferrer Catholic Church (East Flatbush)
  1603 Brooklyn Avenue
► II/10 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 882 (1932)
Transfiguration Catholic Church (Williamsburg)
  263 Marcy Avenue at Hooper Street
► II/15 George Jardine & Son (1890)
Virgin Mary Greek Melkite Catholic Church (Park Slope)
  216 Eighth Avenue at 2nd Street – orig. Park Slope Congregational Church
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons
Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church (Red Hook)
  98 Richards Street at Verona Street
Present building (since 1896)
► III/32 Reuben Midmer & Son (1917)
First building (1878-burned 1896):
• unknown
Ewen and Van Brunt Streets (1855-1878):
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• Henry Erben (1855)
   
  Seventh-day Adventist
   
Bethel Seventh-day Adventist Church
  457 Grand Avenue at Lefferts Place (since 1936) – orig. First Universalist Church of Our Father
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1914)
Church of the Second Advent
  Adelphi Street, near Fulton
• Henry Erben
Emmaus Seventh-day Adventist Church
  1144 Flatbush Avenue
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic
Flatbush Seventh-day Adventist Church
  261 East 21st Street (since 1982) – orig. Third Church of Christ, Scientist
► III/46 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2561 (1928); reb. (1987)
► III/41 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2561 (1928)
2017 Beverley Road at Ocean Avenue (1973-1982) – St. Mark United Methodist Church
• III/24 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2252 (1955)
Hanson Place Seventh-day Adventist Church (Fort Greene)
  88 Hanson Place at South Portland Avenue (since 1963) – orig. Hanson Place Baptist Church
► III/38 Casavant Frères, Op. 3416 (1979)
• III/13 Hope-Jones Organ Company (1910)
► II/23 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 52 (1866)
810 Park Place, near Nostrand Avenue (1960-1963) – orig. Primitive Methodist Church
• unknown
Hebron Seventh-day Adventist Church
  1256 Dean Street at York Avenue – orig. First Church of Christ, Scientist
• III/39s Austin Organ Company, Op. 410 (1915)
Inter-American Seventh-day Adventist Church
  See Hanson Place Seventh-day Adventist Church
Kingsboro Temple Seventh-day Adventist Church
  415 7th Street, between Sixth/Seventh Avenues – orig. Emanuel German Ev. Lutheran Church
• Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1941)
Mount of Olives Seventh-day Adventist Church
  975 Bushwick Avenue at Menahan Street – orig. Bushwick Ave. Presbyterian Church of Peace
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1925)
Washington Avenue Seventh-day Adventist Church
  484 Washington and Gates Avenues (c.1930-1958) – now Brown Memorial Baptist Church
► III/36 Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
   
  Swedenborgian
   
Church of the New Jerusalem (aka Church of the Neighbor)
  Corner Monroe Place and Clark Street (1868-closed 1960) – orig. First Universalist Society
• III/37 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1448 (1926)
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• II/10 Ferris & Stuart (1859)
   
  Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA)
   
Church of the Good Tidings (Universalist)
  Stuyvesant Avenue and Madison Street
• II/13 Reuben Midmer & Son (1917)
Quincy Street near Reid Avenue
• unknown
Church of Our Father (Universalist)
  Merger of First and Fourth Universalist Churches (<1883)
See First Universalist Church of Our Father
Church of the Reconciliation (Universalist) (Greenpoint)
  North Henry Street near Nassau Avenue (c.1887-?)
• unknown
Noble Street (1862-1887) – became Congregation Beth El
• unknown
Church of the Restoration
  See First Universalist Church of Our Father
Church of the Saviour
  See First Unitarian Congregational Society
First People's Unitarian Church (Borough Park)
  4419 Twelfth Avenue at 45th Street – now Congregation Ohel Shalom
• II/8 W.W. Kimball Co. (1911)
First Unitarian Congregational Society (Brooklyn Heights) (aka Church of the Saviour)
  50 Monroe Place at Pierrepont Street (since 1844)
► IV/47 George S. Hutchings Co. (1900); reb. Mann and Trupiano (2000)
• IV/ George S. Hutchings Co. (1900)
► II/17 E. & G.G. Hook, Op. 57 (1844)
First Universalist Church of Our Father (aka Church of the Restoration)
  457 Grand Avenue at Lefferts Place (1883-1936) – became Bethel Seventh-day Adventist
• II/21 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1914)
Classon Avenue, near Atlantic Avenue – became Holy Trinity Baptist Church
• unknown
Grand Avenue near Fulton Street (in 1888)
• unknown
State Street, near Hoyt Street (1879-?) – leased former State Street Congregational Church
• George Jardine & Son (1866)
Clermont Avenue, between Atlantic Avenue and Fulton Street (1870-?)
• unknown
Monroe Place and Clark Street (1848-1868) – sold to Swedenborgian Church in 1868
• II/10 Ferris & Stuart (1859)
• II/22s Henry Crabb (1850)
Fourth Universalist Society (Greenpoint) (aka Church of the Redeemer)
  19th Street and Beverley (in 1924)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1924)
Franklin Street (Avenue?)
• unknown
40 Greene Avenue at Adelphi Street (1864-1870) – became Temple Israel
• Henry Erben (1864)
Second Unitarian Church NE (aka Church of the Holy Turtle)
  Corner Clinton and Congress Street (1858-dissolved c.1925)
• II/11 Austin Organ Company, Op. 96 (1902)
• II/20 Ferris & Stuart (1858)
Third Unitarian Congregational Society (aka Unity Church)
  Gates Avenue and Irving Place (1886-1932) – orig. Irving Music Hall; became Cornerstone Baptist Church (1932)
► II/14 Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1886)
Classon Avenue near Lefferts Street (1868-1886)
• I/ Reuben Midmer & Sons
Unity Unitarian Church
  See Third Unitarian Congregational Society
Willow Place Chapel (Unitarian)
  Willow Place
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• unknown
   
  United Church of Christ
   
All Souls Bethlehem Church
  566 East 7th Street (since 1998)
• piano
Ocean and Ditmas Avenues (1905-1998) – renamed All Souls Universalist
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 296 (1905)
• Reuben Midmer & Sons
South 9th Street, near Bedford Ave. (1845-1905) – known as First Universalist Church of Williamsburg; became Epiphany Catholic Church (1905)
• II/25 Hall & Labagh
Church of Lord
  4623 Avenue J
• unknown
Church of the Evangel
  1950 Bedford Avenue at Hawthorne Street
• II/19reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2458 (1917) – extant, not playable
Hyde Park Christian Church of the Evangel
  875 East 46th Street
• unknown
Nazarene Congregational Church (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  506 MacDonough Street at Patchen Avenue (since 1927)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (tubular; new motor installed in 1935)
Herkimer Street & Troy Avenues (? - 1927)
• unknown
Vanderbilt & Atlantic Avenues (c.1873-?)
• unknown
Plymouth Congregational Church (Canarsie)
  1223 East 96th Street
• unknown
Rugby Congregational Church (East Flatbush)
  4901 Snyder Avenue (since 1928) – renamed Rugby Deliverance Tabernacle (2003)
► II/4 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4937 (1934)
St. Luke Community Church
  142 Watkins Street
• unknown
   
  Wesleyan
   
Pilgrim Wesleyan Church
  951 Ocean Avenue
• II/12 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1910)
   
  Residences
   
  Extant in Brooklyn
   
Marilyn Brennan Residence
  ► II/2 Rodgers Organ Company (Gemini 2 combo)
Lawrence Trupiano Residence
  • I/6 George Jardine & Son (1869)
   
  Non-Extant or Moved
   
Joseph H. Adams Residence
  1325 Albemarle Road
• II/12 Aeolian Company, Op. 1494 (1921)
Walter E. Bedell Residence
  365 Clinton Avenue
► II/18 Aeolian Company, Op. 1086 (1909); 7-rank Echo/Antiphonal added (1910)
James H. Bell Residence
  Sands Street
• II/20 William H. Davis & Son (1862)
Bishopstek Residence
  location unknown
• I/ J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 30 (1865)
Blackton Residence
  Clinton and Willoughby Street
• II/18 Aeolian Company, Op. 949 (1904)
George M. Boardman Residence
  location unknown
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1475 (1916)
• II/22 Hook & Hastings Co., Op. 2084 (1905)
Andrew Campbell Residence
  location unknown
• William H. Davis (1869)
Alfred E. Clegg Residence
  104 Eighth Avenue
• III/ Welte-Mignon Corp. (1920)
Warren Deem Residence
  • I/4 Jeremy Cooper, Op. 1 (1970)
DeGraw Residence
  location unknown
• Hall & Labagh (<1885)
John DeNyse Residence
  location unknown
• J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 10 (1862)
William L. Dowling Residence
  153 84th Street at Second Avenue
► II/10 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 430 (1907) – moved to Trinity P.E. Church, Garnerville, N.Y. (1919)
Charles Ennis Residence
  location unknown
► II/8 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3256 (1958)
F. G. Goodman Residence
  652 East 18th Street
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 638 (1909) – moved from Arthur S. Hyde Residence, NYC (1910)
J. Hoar Residence
  location unknown
• Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
John Hoyt Residence
  location unknown
• J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 7
Arthur A. Jones Residence
  950 Ocean Avenue
• II/14 Aeolian Company, Op. 1617 (1926); moved in 1935 to summer home in Centerville, MA
Harry L. Jones Residence
  1325 Albemarle Road
II/12 Aeolian Company, Op. 1494 (1921)
William Henry Jones Residence
  location unknown
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• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1663 (1918)
William Kennedy Residence
  location unknown
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 468 (1907)
William F. Kenny Residence
  Shore Road and Oliver (now 91st) Street – became Shore Road Hospital
► II/16 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 516 (1917) – moved to Central Park Baptist Church, Manhattan (1946)
► II/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 478 (1912)
Joseph F. Knapp Residence
  554 Bedford Avenue at Ross Street
► III/24 George Jardine & Son (1880) – moved to Phoebe Knapp's suite at Savoy Hotel, NYC (1898)
Lindsay Residence
  Clinton and Willoughby Street
• II/18 Aeolian Company, Op. 949 (1904)
John B. Loretz Residence
  159 Adelphi Street
► II/12 Reuben Midmer (1871)
J. Douglas McNeil Residence
  location unknown
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1937)
Dorothy and Richard Minnich Residence (Bay Side)
  Oliver Street, between Shore Road and Marine Avenue
• II/4 Unknown Builder (c.1941) – moved from unknown mortuary chapel in Manhattan (1953)
Henry Mollenham Residence
  location unknown
• William H. Davis (1867)
Mrs. Maurice J. Moore Residence
  location unknown
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Son (1914)
J. P. Mueller Residence
  location unknown
► II/8 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1321 (1914) – moved to Concordia English Lutheran, Bronx
Thomas E. Murray Residence
  783 St. Mark's Avenue
► II/12 Aeolian Company, Op. 1200 (1914) – orig. in 2nd Floor, Aeolian Hall, 362 Fifth Ave., NYC
E. Remington Nichols Residence
  271? Clinton Avenue
• III/35s, 1,228 pipes George Jardine & Son (1881)
E. Z. Nutting Residence
  16 Prospect Park West – became G. A. Stevenot Residence
• II/29 Austin Organ Company, Op. 402 (c.1910)
George P. Pope Residence (Bushwick)
  871 Bushwick Avenue at Hemrod Street – became Jewish Home for the Aged and Infirm
• II/ Unknown Builder
Alfred Pouch Residence (Clinton Hill)
  345 Clinton Avenue at Fulton Street
• II/12 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 149 (1875) – moved from Robert Thallon Residence (1901)
Herbert Lee Pratt Residence (Clinton Hill)
  Clinton Avenue and Willoughby Street
• II/18 Aeolian Company, Op. 949 (1904)
John Teele Pratt, Sr. Residence (Clinton Hill)
  193 Clinton Avenue
• II/25 Aeolian Company, Op. 954 (1904) – contract canceled; never installed
Remos Residence
  location unknown
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (1927)
Leo Ritter Residence
  location unknown
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1805 (1920)
Peter W. Rouss Residence
  Plaza and Garfield Place
• II/9 Aeolian Company, Op. 1240 (1912); 4 ranks and Harp added in 1913
Thomas Sarkauskas Residence
  location unknown
• II/3 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 1538 (1936)
Frederick Settle Residence
  location unknown
• I/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
Rollin Smith Residence
  • II/9 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 786 (1929) – orig. for Col. E.A. Deeds' yacht, "Lotusland"
William Spence Residence
  232 Lincoln Place
• II/11 F.J.N. Tallman (1893) – moved to Methodist Church, Litchfield, Conn. (extant)
G. A. Stevenot Residence
  16 Prospect Park West – orig. E. Z. Nutting Residence
• II/29 Austin Organ Company, Op. 402 (1913)
George W. Street Residence
  location unknown
► II/10 Johnson & Son, Op. 491 (1877)
Robert Thallon Residence
  1223 Dean Street (1901-?) – "Pouch Mansion"
► II/12 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 149 (1875) – moved to Methodist Church, Naugatuck, CT (1903)
900 St. Marks Avenue (1874-1901)
► II/12 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 149 (1875) – moved to Pouch Mansion, Brooklyn (1901)
• II/12 Rudolph Ibach & Sohn, Op. 138 (1871)
D. E. Van Boklin Residence
  location unknown
• I/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
Maj. Adrian van Sinderen Residence
  40 Remsen Street
► III/25 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1937 (1921); reb. (1923)
Marvin J. Wagner Residence
  location unknown
• II/4 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 10188 (1966)
C. A. Waters Residence
  location unknown
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► II/7 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2410 (1925)
Williamson Residence
  Clinton Avenue
► II/11 George H. Whittier (1874)
   
  Studios / Workshops
   
  Organ Builders
   
Lawrence Trupiano Shop
  233 Butler Street
• I/6 L.C. Harrison & Co. (1889)
• I/ Josiah Richards (c.1830)
   
  Teaching
   
Carolyn M. Cramp Studio
  <► III/5 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 3003 (1936, 1937)
• Geo. Kilgen & Son (c.1933)
Kilgen Wonder Organ School
  1560 Broadway, #409
• Geo. Kilgen & Son
   
  Theatres
 
Adelphi Theatre NE (Sunset Park)
  54th Street, east of Seventh Avenue
• W.W. Kimball Co. (1919)
Alba Theatre NE (Williamsburg)
  750 Flushing Avenue at Broadway (1929-1970)
• II/8 Robert Morton (1929)
Albee Theatre NE (Downtown)
  See RKO Albee Theatre
Albemarle Theatre (Prospect Park South)
  973 Flatbush Avenue – now Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses
• III/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2907 (1920)
Alhambra Theatre NE (Bushwick)
  See Loew's Alhambra Theatre
Ambassador Theatre NE (Brownsville)
  776 Saratoga Avenue (1926-1970s)
• "Style H Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1215 (1925)
Atlantic Playhouse NE (Sunset Park)
  5123 Seventh Ave. (1926-27) – orig. Atlantic Theatre (1911-21); then 7th Ave. Playhouse (1921-?);; then Art Theatre (?-closed 1932)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1921)
Atlantic Theatre NE (Prospect Heights)
  aka New Atlantic Theatre
205 Flatbush Avenue at Dean Street (1915-1961)
• III/ W.W. Kimball Co. (1919)
Avalon Theatre NE (Madison)
 
1720 Kings Highway (1928-1982) – became retail
• III/13 Robert Morton (1927)
Bay Ridge Theatre NE (Bay Ridge)
  See Loew's Bay Ridge Theatre
Beacon Theatre
  location unknown
• II/14 Austin Organ Company, Op. 486 (1914)
Beachview Theatre
  location unknown
► II/4 "Style B" Wurlitzer, Op. 1266 (1926)
Bedford Theatre NE (Prospect Heights)
  See Loew's Bedford Theatre
Benson Theatre NE (Bensonhurt)
  2007 86th Street (1921-1988) – became retail
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (c.1921)
Berkshire Theatre NE (Bay Ridge)
  5913 8th Avenue (1926-1955) – became a mosque
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (1925)
Beverly Theatre NE (Borough Park)
  111 Church Avenue (1920-1981)
• Seeburg-Smith (1919)
Bijou Theatre NE (Downtown)
  See Loew's Bijou Theatre
Biltmore Theatre NE (East New York)
  464 New Lots Avenue (1927-1969)
► II/10 "Style H" Wurlitzer, Op. 1847 (1928)
• Robert Morton (1926)
Bluebird Theatre NE (Brownsville)
  731 Saratoga Avenue at Livonia Avenue (1931-1935) – became synagogue; then People's Cinema (1937-1954); became supermarket
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• W.W. Kimball Co. (1925) – second-hand?
Borough Hall Theatre NE (Cobble Hill)
  aka Boro Hall Theatre, Teatro Amor, Cinart Theatre
102 Court Street (1924-1989)
• W.W. Kimball Co. (1923)
Broadway Theatre NE (Bushwick)
  See Loew's Broadway Theatre
Buckeye Theatre NE
  location unknown
► II/4 "Style 135A" Wurlitzer, Op. 496 (1921)
Cameo Theatre NE (Crown Heights)
  See Loew's Kameo Theatre
Canarsie Theatre NE (Canarsie)
  9310 Avenue L at 93rd Street (1927-2004) – became banquet hall
► II/6 "Style 160" Wurlitzer, Op. 1715 (1927)
Capitol Theatre NE (Crown Heights)
  286 Saratoga Avenue at Pacific Street (1921-1951)
► II/6 "Style 160 X" Wurlitzer, Op. 465 (1921)
Carlton Theatre NE (Prospect Heights)
  292 Flatbush Avenue (1926-1977) – razed 2004
► II/10 "Style H Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1224 (1925)
Carroll Theatre NE (Crown Heights)
  381 Utica Avenue at Carroll Street (1927-1974) – became church
► II/10 "Style HNP" Wurlitzer, Op. 1556 (1927)
Casino Theatre NE (Bushwick)
  orig. DeKalb Avenue Theatre, then Loew's DeKalb
1151-55 DeKalb Avenue (1911-1940s) – now East Brooklyn Community HS (K.545)
• III/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1921)
► III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2436 (1917)
Century Theatre NE (Prospect Lefferts Gardens)
  1260 Nostrand Avenue at Parkside Avenue (1915-1944) – became Century's Linden Th. (1944-55)
• Welte & Sons Company (1915)
Chester Theatre NE (Crown Heights)
  357 Chester Street near Dumont Avenue (1923-1926)
• Robert-Morton (1923)
Classic Theatre NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  180 Tompkins Avenue (1916-1942)
• II/3 "Style 105" Wurlitzer, Op. 717 (1923)
Cobble Hill Cinemas NE (Cobble Hill)
  265 Court Street at Butler Street (since 1925) – orig. named Lido Theatre (1925-1966)
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (1925)
Colonial Theatre NE (Bay Ridge)
  7415 Fifth Avenue near 75th Street (1910-1932) – replaced by Stanley Theatre on same site
• III/ W.W. Kimball Co. (1928)
• II/ Marr & Colton (1917, 1921)
Comedy Theatre NE (Cypress Hills)
  See Loew's Warwick Theatre
Comedy Theatre NE (Williamsburg)
  194 Grand Street (c.1907-1923) – orig. Unique Theatre; Metro Theatre built here (1926)
► II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2591 (1918)
► II/7 "Style K" Wurlitzer Photoplayer (c.1914)
Commodore Theatre NE (Williamsburg)
  329 Broadway at Rodney Street (1922-2002) – razed 2007
• III/8 W.W. Kimball Co. (1922)
Concord Theatre NE (Cypress Hills)
  See Embassy Theatre
Congress Theatre NE (Crown Heights)
  1561 St. Johns Place at Buffalo Avenue (1928-1964)
► II/10 "Style HNP" Wurlitzer, Op. 1649 (1927)
Court Theatre NE (Carroll Gardens)
  379 Smith Street at 3rd Street (1922-1931)
• Robert Morton (1923)
Crescent Theatre NE (Downtown)
  405 Flatbush Avenue Extension at Fulton Street (1908-1938) – known variously as Montauk, B.F. Keith's Crescent, Triangle, Shubert's Crescent, Werba's Brooklyn, Brooklyn Newsreel, Billy Minsky's Brooklyn Burlesque
• II/7 Wurlitzer (1914)
Crystal Theatre NE (Brooklyn Heights)
  327 Washington Street near Fulton Place (1925-c.1940) – renamed Towne Theatre (closed 1951)
• II/3 "Style 109" Wurlitzer, Op. 1177 (1925)
Culver Theatre (aka Mirror Theatre) NE (Kensington)
  4339 18th Avenue at McDonald Avenue (1925-1965) – razed & replaced by bank
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► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 988 (1925)
Cumberland Theatre NE (Fort Greene)
  327 Cumberland Street at Fulton Street (1914-1938) – became supermarket; later razed
• II/3 "Style 109" Wurlitzer, Op. 1369 (1926)
DeKalb Avenue Theatre (Bushwick)
  See Casino Theatre
Duffield Theatre NE (Downtown)
  249 Duffield Street (c.1926-1991) – became retail
► II/4 "Style B" Wurlitzer, Op. 1485 (1926)
Dyker Theatre NE (Bay Ridge)
  See RKO Dyker Theatre
Embassy Theatre NE (Cypress Hills)
  3208 Fulton Street at Richmond Street (1927-1968) – on site of Concord Theatre (1914-1926)
► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 1608 (1927)
Eden Theatre (Park Slope)
  409 Fifth Avenue at 7th Street (1926-c.1941) – became retail; vacant
► II/3 "Style 108" Wurlitzer, Op. 990 (1925)
Electra Theatre (Bay Ridge)
  7418 Third Avenue (c.1923-c.1950) – became supermarket
• Marr & Colton (1923)
Empire Theatre (Bushwick)
  10 Ralph Avenue at Broadway (1908-1953) – became Holy Trinity Baptist Church
► II/8 "Style 190" Wurlitzer, Op. 1742 (1927)
Endicott Theatre (Dyker Heights)
  7010 13th Avenue (1927-1954) – became supermarket
• III/8 W.W. Kimball Co. (1927)
Farragut Theatre (Dyker Heights)
  1401 Flatbush Avenue (1920-c.1959) – became bowling alley; then YMCA
• III/20 Austin Organ Company, Op. 914 (1920)
Filmland Theatre (Prospect Lefferts Gardens)
  See Granada Theatre
Flatbush Theatre (Prospect Park South)
  2207 Church Avenue at Flatbush Avenue (1914-1952) – became retail
► II/8 "Style V" Wurlitzer, Op. 59 (1915)
46th Street Theatre
  See Loew's 46th Street Theatre
Folly Theatre NE (Broadway Triangle)
  15 Debevoise Street at Graham Avenue (c.1915-1949)
► III/21 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2027 (1915)
Fortway Theatre (Dyker Heights)
  6720 Fort Hamilton Parkway (1927-2007) – became retail
• III/9 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3893 (1927)
Fox Alba Theatre NE (Williamsburg)
  See Alba Theatre
Fox Theatre NE (Downtown)
  20 Flatbush Avenue at Fulton Street (1928-closed 1968)
► IV/37 "Style Fox Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1904 (1928)
Gate Theatre (Coney Island)
  location unknown
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► II/4 "Style 135A" Wurlitzer, Op. 617 (1923)
Glenwood Theatre NE (Flatlands)
  1475 Flatbush Avenue at Glenwood Road (1921-1939) – became laundromat
► II/6 "Style 160" Wurlitzer, Op. 439 (1921)
Gold Theatre (Broadway Triangle)
  637 Broadway at Gerry Street (1912-?) – renamed Sun Theatre
• II/3 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4039 (1928)
Graham Theatre NE (Williamsburg)
  279 Graham Avenue at Powers Street (1928-1978) – orig. named Reel Theatre (1914-1928); after 1978 known as Capri Theatre
• III/5 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4037 (1928)
Granada Theatre (aka Filmland Theatre) NE (Prospect Lefferts Gardens)
  2819 Church Avenue (1925-1970s) – orig. named Filmland (1925-1930); became retail
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (1925)
• II/8 Justin Kramer
Greenpoint Theatre (Greenpoint)
  See RKO Greenpoint Theatre
Halsey Theatre NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  928 Halsey Street at Saratoga Avenue (c.1921-c.1945)
• III/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1921)
Happy Hour Theatre NE (Columbia Heights)
  234 Columbia Street at Union Street (1915-1966)
• II/ Robert Morton (1926)
Highway Theatre NE (Flatbush)
  1405 Kings Highway at Troy Avenue (1911-1921)
• Wurlitzer (c.1916)
Keeney's Bay Ridge Theatre NE (Bay Ridge)
  See Loew's Bay Ridge Theatre
Keeney's Livingston Theatre NE (Downtown)
  See Loew's Melba Theatre
Keith-Albee Kenmore Theatre NE (Prospect Park South)
  See RKO Keith Kenmore Theatre
Kenmore Theatre NE (Prospect Park South)
  See RKO Keith Kenmore Theatre
Kingsway Theatre NE (Prospect Park South)
  946 Kings Highway at Coney Island Avenue (1921-2001) – became retail
• III/27 Austin Organ Company, Op. 958 (1920)
Leader Theatre NE (Flatbush-Ditmas Park)
  947 Coney Island Avenue (1927-1959)
• II/10 "Style H Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1436 (1926)
Lee Avenue Theatre NE (Williamsburg)
  131 Lee Avenue near Hooper Street (c.1922-?) – became school
► II/4 "Style 135A" Wurlitzer, Op. 516 (1922)
Liberty Theatre NE (Brownsville)
  61 Liberty Avenue (1910-mid-1930s) – razed 1942
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (1925)
Lido Theatre NE (Cobble Hill)
  See Cobble Hill Cinemas
Loew's Alhambra Theatre NE (Bushwick)
  783 Knickerbocker Avenue at Halsey Street (1914-1951) – became retail
► III/32 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4376 (1925)
• Welte & Sons Company (1914)
Loew's Alpine Theatre (Bay Ridge)
  6817 Fifth Avenue (since 1921)
• III/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2875 (1921)
Loew's Bay Ridge Theatre NE (Bay Ridge)
  7120 Third Avenue near 72nd Street (1915-c.1963) – became retail
• W.W. Kimball Co. (1924)
Loew's Bedford Theatre NE (Prospect Heights)
  1372 Bedford Avenue at Bergen Street (1913-1952) – became Washington Temple (church)
► III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2407 (1917)
Loew's Bijou Theatre NE (Downtown)
  26 Smith Street at Livingston Street (1893-1929)
► III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2492 (1918)
Loew's Brevoort Theatre NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  1272 Bedford Avenue at Brevoort Place (1918-late 1960s)
► III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2799 (1919)
Loew's Broadway Theatre NE (Bushwick)
  912 Broadway at Myrtle Avenue (1904-1998)
► III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2737 (1918)
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• Welte & Sons Company (1915)
Loew's Casino Theatre NE (Bushwick)
  See Casino Theatre
Loew's Coney Island Theatre NE (Coney Island)
  1301 Surf Avenue (1925-1973) – renamed Shore Theatre (1964)
► III/20 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4287 (1925)
Loew's DeKalb Theatre NE (Bushwick)
  See Casino Theatre
Loew's 46th Street Theatre NE (Borough Park)
  4515 New Utrecht Avenue (1928-1973) – known as Universal Theatre (1927-1928)
• II/3 Robert Morton (1926)
Loew's Fulton Theatre NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  1283 Fulton Street, near Nostrand Avenue (1908-1930)
► II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2099 (1915) – move Op. 1861 from Garden Theatre, Jamestown, Pa.
Loew's Gates Theatre NE (Bushwick)
  1340 Broadway (1921-1977) – now Pilgrim Father Church
• III/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2876 (1921)
Loew's Kameo Theatre NE (Crown Heights)
  530 Eastern Parkway (1925-1975) – orig. Cameo Theatre (1924-25); now Philadelphian Sabbath Cathedral
• II/4 Robert Morton (1927)
Loew's Kings Theatre (Flatbush-Ditmas Park)
  1027 Flatbush Avenue near Tilden Place (1929-1977)
► IV/23 Robert Morton (1929)
Loew's Livingston Theatre NE (Downtown)
  See Loew's Melba Theatre
Loew's Melba Theatre NE (Downtown)
  300 Livingston Street at Hanover Place (1915-1954) – orig. Keeney's Livingston Th. (1915-1926)
► III/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2380 (1918); new Möller console installed (1926)
Loew's Metropolitan Theatre (Downtown)
  392 Fulton Street (1918-1996) – now Brooklyn Tabernacle
► III/32 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4112 (1924)
► III/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2472 (1918)
Loew's Oriental Theatre NE (Bath Beach)
  1832 86th Street at Bay 19th Street (1927-1995) – converted to retail
• III/13 Robert Morton (1927)
Loew's Palace Theatre NE (Brownsville)
  East New York Avenue and Strauss Street (1915-1969)
► III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2438 (1917)
Loew's Pitkin Theatre NE (Brownsville)
  1501 Pitkin Avenue (1929-1960s) – became church
• III/13 Robert Morton (1929)
Loew's Warwick Theatre NE (Cypress Hills)
  134 Jerome Street at Fulton Street (1913-c.1950) – orig. known as Comedy Theatre
► III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2437 (1917)
Madison Theatre NE (Bushwick)
  1410 Broadway and Madison Street (1914-1924)
• Wurlitzer
Marathon Theatre NE (Park Slope)
  188 Prospect Park West (1908-1928) – replaced by Sanders Theatre
► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 1816 (1927) – possibly moved to Sanders Theatre (1928)
Marboro Theatre NE (Mapleton)
  6817 Bay Parkway at 9th Street (1927-2002)
► II/8 "Style 190" Wurlitzer, Op. 1613 (1927)
Marine Theatre NE (Flatlands)
  1956 Flatbush Avenue at Lott Place (c.1926-1980s)
• III/41 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1454 (1926)
Mayfair Theatre NE (Gravesend)
  920 Avenue U at Coney Island Avenue (1926-1970s)
• III/41 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1453 (1926)
Mermaid Theatre NE (Neptune Beach)
 
2816 Mermaid Avenue (c.1910-c.1950) – became church
• Welte-Mignon Corporation (1923)
Meserole Theatre NE (Greenpoint)
  723 Manhattan Avenue (1921-1978) – converted to retail
► III/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3232 (1921)
Metro Theatre
  See Parkway Theatre
Mirror Theatre
  see Culver Theatre
Momart Theatre NE (Downtown)
  590 Fulton Street at Rockwell Place (1927-?) – orig. known as Montmarte
• II/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3898 (1927)
Montmarte Theatre NE (Downtown)
  See Momart Theatre
National Theatre NE (Prospect Heights)
  720 Washington Avenue at Prospect Place (1921-1957) – became supermarket
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► II/6 "Style 160" Wurlitzer, Op. 444 (1921)
New Gates Theatre NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  856 Gates Avenue at Reid Avenue (Malcolm X Blvd.) (c.1926-?)
• II/3 Robert Morton (1926)
• III/7 Robert Morton (1927)
New Plaza Theatre NE (Williamsburg)
  246 Broadway at Havemeyer Street (c.1922-?)
• Robert Morton (1922)
New United Theatre NE (Downtown/Fort Greene)
  See United Theatre
Newkirk Theatre NE (Prospect Park South)
  597 East 16th Street (1924-1937)
• II/ Robert Morton (1928)
Normandy Theatre NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  1927 Fulton Street at Howard Avenue (1928-1955) – became a church
• W.W. Kimball Co. (1919) ??
Olympic Theatre NE (Downtown)
  365 Fulton Street (1927-1952) – orig. Hyde & Behmans Theatre; later Tivoli Theatre
► III/14 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4628 (1926)
Orpheum Theatre NE (Downtown)
  See RKO Orpheum Theatre
Oxford Theatre NE (Boerum Hill)
  552 State Street at Flatbush Avenue (1910-1945)
• II/6 "Style D X" Wurlitzer, Op. 1227 (1925)
Paramount Theatre Theatre NE (Downtown)
  385 Flatbush Extension at DeKalb Avenue (1928-1962) – now Schwartz Athletic Center, LIU
► IV/26 "Style Publix 4" Wurlitzer, Op. 1984 (1928) – had slave console
Paras Court Theatre NE (Cobble Hill)
  292 Court Street at Degraw Street (1924-1959)
► II/4 "Style 135" Wurlitzer, Op. 880 (1924)
Park Theatre NE (Sunset Park)
 
4322 Fifth Avenue
• II/6 "Style D X" Wurlitzer, Op. 704 (1923)
Parkway Theatre NE (Mapleton)
  6409 20th Avenue at 64th Street (1922-1937) – became Metro Theatre (1937-1953)
► II/4 "Style 135A" Wurlitzer, Op. 483 (1921)
Parthenon Theatre
  See Parthenon Theatre in Queens listing
Patio Theatre NE (Prospect Lefferts Gardens)
  574 Flatbush Avenue (1928-c.1960)
• W.W. Kimball Co. (1928)
Peerless Theatre NE (Fort Greene)
  433 Myrtle Avenue at Waverly Avenue (1914-1965) – became church
► II/3 "Style 108B" Wurlitzer, Op. 1019 (1925)
Picadilly Theatre NE (Madison)
 
See Avalon Theatre
Premier Theatre NE (Brownsville)
 
509 Sutter Avenue at Hinsdale Avenue (1921-1977)
► III/11 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3370 (1922)
Prospect Theatre NE (Park Slope)
 
See RKO Prospect Theatre
Republic Theatre NE ((Williamsburg)
  402 Keap Street at Grand Street (1921-1965)
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► III/17 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3167 (1921)
Rialto Theatre NE (Prospect Park South)
  1085 Flatbush Avenue at Cortelyou Road (1916-1976) – became a church
• III/26 Austin Organ Company, Op. 970 (1920)
Ridgewood Theatre
 
See Queens listing
Ritz Theatre NE (Sunset Park)
  4509 Eighth Avenue at 45th Street (1926-1960) – became retail
• II/ Robert Morton (1926)
Rivera Theatre NE (Crown Heights)
  1060 St. John's Place at Kingston Avenue (1921-1950s)
• III/ W.W. Kimball Co. (1920)
RKO Albee Theatre NE (Downtown)
  1 DeKalb Avenue (1925-1978)
• III/16 "Style 260 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 870 (1924) – moved to Civic Auditorium, San Gabriel, CA
RKO Bushwick Theatre NE (Bushwick)
  1396 Broadway (1911-1969) – became Pilgrim Baptist Church
• II/7 "Style F" Wurlitzer, Op. 1390 (1926)
RKO Dyker Theatre NE (Bay Ridge)
 
525 86th Street (1926-1970s) – became retail space
► III/11 Marr & Colton (1926)
RKO Greenpoint Theatre NE (Greenpoint)
  825 Manhattan Avenue at Calyer Street (1908-1965)
► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 1113 (1925)
RKO Keith's Kenmore Theatre NE (Prospect Park South)
  2101 Church Avenue at East 21st Street (1928-1999) – became retail
► III/15 "Style 260" Wurlitzer, Op. 1908 (1928) – sold to Paramount Th., Cedar Rapids, Iowa (2011)
RKO Orpheum Theatre NE (Downtown)
  578 Fulton Street at Rockwell Place (1900-c.1953)
► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 1112 (1925)
RKO Prospect Theatre NE (Park Slope)
  327 9th Street near Fifth Avenue (1914-1967) – became retail
► II/11 "Style H Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1497 (1926)
► II/13 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1361 (1912) – moved from Mecca Theatre, Manhattan (1918)
RKO Republic Theatre NE (Williamsburg)
  See Republic Theatre
RKO Shore Road Theatre NE (Bay Ridge)
 
435 86th Street (1924-1951) – became retail
• II/ Marr & Colton (1926, 1928)
► II/15 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2138 (1924) – moved to Universal Theatre, Fitchburg, MA
Roebling Theatre NE (Williamsburg)
  See Wilson Theatre
Rugby Theatre NE (East Flatbush)
  823 Utica Avenue near Linden Boulevard (1926-1986)
• II/3 Robert Morton (1926)
St. George Theatre NE (Brooklyn Heights)
  100 Pineapple Street
• W.W. Kimball Co. (1927)
Sanders Theatre (Park Slope)
  188 Prospect Park West at 14th Street (1928-1978) – reopened as the Pavilion Theatre (1998)
► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 1816 (1927)
Savoy Theatre NE (Prospect Heights)
  1515 Bedford Avenue (1926-1960s) – became church; razed in 2012
• III/8 W.W. Kimball Co., Op. 6865 (1925)
Sheepshead Theatre NE (Sheepshead Bay)
  1722 Sheepshead Bay Road at Voorhies Avenue (1929-?) – became roller rink
• III/8 W.W. Kimball Co. (1929)
Sheffield Theatre NE (Brownsville)
  308 Sheffield Avenue (c.1917-c.1932) – became church, then warehouse
• II/4 "Style 1A" Wurlitzer, Op. 137 (1917)
Shore Theatre NE (Coney Island)
  See Loew's Coney Island Theater
Shkolnik Theatre NE (Coney Island)
  location unknown
• II/6 "Style 160 X" Wurlitzer, Op. 507 (1922)
Singer Theatre NE (Brownsville)
  375 Stone Avenue [Mother Gaston Blvd.] (1914-1941) – renamed Reo Theatre (1941-1957)
► II/4 "Style B X" Wurlitzer, Op. 1105 (1925)
• Wirsching Organ Co. (1918)
Small's Theatre NE (Williamsburg)
  See Republic Theatre NE (Gravesend)
Sommer Highway Theatre NE (Bensonhurst)
  289 Kings Highway at 7th Street (1925-1985)
• II/6 "Style B Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 974 (1924)
Stadium Theatre NE (Brownsville)
  102 Chester Street at Pitkin Avenue (1920-1962)
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (1920) – with 4-rank Echo
Stanley Theatre NE (Bay Ridge)
  7415 Fifth Avenue at Bay Ridge Parkway (1933-1957) – site of Colonial Theatre – became bank
• unknown
State Theatre NE (Clinton Hill)
  492 Dekalb Avenue at Franklin Avenue (1921-1965)
► II/4"Style 108 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1809 (1927, 1928)
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► II/6 "Style 160" Wurlitzer, Op. 477 (1928, 1921)
Stillwell Theatre NE (Gravesend)
  2402 86th Street at 24th Avenue (1927-1952) – became roller rink
► II/10 "Style HNP" Wurlitzer, Op. 1525 (1926)
Stone Theatre NE (Brownsville)
  389 Stone Avenue (1920-1966) – became supermarket
• II/9 "Style 210" Wurlitzer, Op. 331 (1920)
Strand Theatre NE (Fort Greene)
  647 Fulton Street (1919-1959)
• III/22 W.W. Kimball Co., Op. 3944 (1927)
• III/37 Austin Organ Company, Op. 819 (1919)
Strathmore Theatre
  location unknown
• II/10 "Style HNP" Wurlitzer, Op. 1477 (1926)
Subway Theatre NE (Downtown)
  158 Myrtle Avenue (c.1926-1950) – renamed Ace Theatre in 1949
• II/3 Robert Morton (1926)
Sumner Theatre NE (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
  265 Sumner Avenue (Marcus Garvey Blvd.) at Quincy Street (1914-1967) – now day care center
III/13 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2606 (1918)
Sunset Theatre NE (Sunset Park)
  4705 Fifth Avenue (1914-1950)
• II/3 Robert-Morton (1924)
Supreme Theatre NE (Brownsville)
  530 Livonia Avenue (1918-1956)
• II/9 "Style 210" Wurtlizer, Op. 443 (1921)
Terminal Theatre NE (Boerum Hill)
  47 Fourth Avenue at Dean Street (1925-late 1960s) – became church
► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 1103 (1925)
Tiffany Theatre NE (Brownsville)
  357 Chester Street at Livonia Avenue (1923-1956)
► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 1553 (1927)
Tilyou Theatre NE (Coney Island)
  1607 Surf Avenue (1926-1973)
• III/10 "Style H Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1272 (1926)
Tivoli Theatre NE (Downtown)
  See Olympic Theatre
United Theatre NE (Downtown/Fort Greene)
  207 Myrtle Avenue (1922-1926) – known as New United Theatre (1926-1942)
• II/9 "Style 120" Wurlitzer, Op. 1291 (1926)
Universal Theatre NE (Borough Park)
  4515 New Utrecht Avenue (1927-1928) – became Loew's 46th St. Th. (1927-1973) – became retail
• III/11 "Style 235 NP" Wurlitzer, Op. 1678 (1927)
• II/3 Robert Morton (1926)
Utica Theatre NE (Crown Heights)
  1410 St. Johns Place near Utica Avenue (1920-1954) – became supermarket
• III/13 W.W. Kimball Co. (1920)
Victoria Theatre NE (Crown Heights)
 
1368 St. Johns Place near Schenectady Avenue (1912-1922) – became church
• Marr & Colton (1920)
Walker Theatre NE (Mapleton)
  6401 18th Avenue at 64th Street (1926-1988) – became retail
► II/10 "Style HNP" Wurlitzer, Op. 1802 (1927)
Warwick Theatre NE (Cypress Hills)
  See Loew's Warwick Theatre
Weinwolf Theatre
  location unknown
• II/6 "Style D" Wurlitzer, Op. 748 (1923)
Werbe Theatre
  location unknown
• W.W. Kimball Co. (1921)
Williamsburg Theatre NE (Williamsburg)
  279 Broadway near Havemeyer Street (1914-1985)
• W.W. Kimball Co. (1914)
Wilson Theatre NE (Williamsburg)
  27 Lee Avenue at Roebling Street (c.1919-c.1945) – became synagogue
• W.W. Kimball Co. (1919)
Windsor Theatre NE (Borough Park)
  4001 15th Avenue (1928-1959)
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• II/4 "Style B Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1602 (1927)