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Organs present and past in the five boroughs of New York City
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Amusements

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

RELIGIOUS & HOUSES OF WORSHIP
Denominational Buildings
Assembly of God
Baptist
Church of Christ, Scientist
Church of God
Congregational
Disciples of Christ
Episcopal
RELIGIOUS & HOUSES OF WORSHIP (cont.)
Evangelical
Greek Orthodox
Jewish
Lutheran
Methodist
Non-Denominational
Presbyterian
Reformed Church in America
Reformed Church in the U.S.
Roman Catholic
Seventh-day Adventist
United Church of Christ

RESIDENCES

STUDIOS
Film
Recording

THEATRES
 
  Commercial
   
  Amusements
   
Corona Park (Flushing Meadows)
  50th Avenue and 111th Street
Carousel (1903-08) – frame, organ, chariots & 47 horses from Stubbman Carousel-Coney Island. 24 horses from Feltman's. Combined for 64-65 World's Fair
• Gebruder Bruder 80 Keyless Elite Orchestra Apollo – orig. in Stubbmann Beer Garden, Coney Is.
Forest Park (Woodhaven)
  Woodhaven Boulevard and Forest Park Drive
Carousel by D.C. Muller and Brothers (1910) – moved from Lakeview Park, Dracut, Mass. (1971)
• A. Ruth & Sohn band organ (plays WurlItzer 150 rolls)
Carousel by William H. Dentzel (1890-burned 1966)
• unknown band organ
New York World's Fair 1939–1940 (Flushing)
  Flushing Meadows
The Netherlands Building
► II/17 Flentrop Orgelbouw (1939)
Sun Valley Exhibit
• III/12 "Style R20" Wurlitzer, Op. 2044 (1929) – moved from Wurlitzer Store (1939)
Temple of Religion Exhibit
► III/55 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Op. 986 (1938)
New York World's Fair 1964–1965 (Flushing)
  Flushing Meadows
Vatican Exhibit
► II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9962 (1964) – moved to Immaculate Conception Convent, Hastings, N.Y.
   
  Institutions
   
  Auditoriums & Concert Halls
   
Steinway Theatre (Astoria)
  31-08 Steinway Street
Top
• II/15 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 510 (1917)
   
  Clubs & Fraternal Organizations
   
Advance Island City Mizpah Lodge #586 (Astoria) (orig. Advance Masonic Temple, F. & A.M. #635)
  21-14 30th Avenue (orig. Grand Avenue)
• II/4 Aeolian Company, Op. 1799 (1931) – removed
Elks Lodge No. 878 (Elmhurst)
  82-20 Queens Boulevard, near 51st Avenue (1923-?) – became New Life Fellowship Church
• III/9 "Style Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 940 (1924)
Jamaica Lodge No. 546, F. & A.M. (Jamaica)
  location unknown
► II/13 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1021 (1909)
Masonic Temple (Bayside)
  32-25 Bell Boulevard – became Elim Presbyterian Church
• Hillgreen, Lane & Co.
Masonic Temple (Far Rockaway)
  1845 Mott Avenue (1911-c.1970) – Olympia Lodge F. & A.M. #808 – now Refuge Church of Christ
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1160 (1910)
• Unknown builder – moved from previous location
Central Avenue (1900-1911) – Horton Building, 4th Floor
• Unknown builder
Masonic Temple (Floral Park)
  29 Tulip Avenue at Carnation Avenue – now Centennial Hall of Floral Park Historical Society
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5624 (1930)
Masonic Temple (Flushing) (Cornucopia Lodge No. 563)
  137-70 Northern Boulevard at Union Avenue (c.1905-?) – now Siloam Reformed Church
► II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1737 (1914)
Masonic Temple (Forest Hills)
  Metropolitan Avenue
• II/22reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5215 (1928)
Masonic Temple (Hollis)
  191st Street, between Jamaica & Woodhull Avenues
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4156 (1924)
Masonic Temple (Long Island City)
  24-4 Jackson Avenue
► II/9 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 547 (1922)
Masonic Temple (Richmond Hill)
  114th Street
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1920)
Masonic Temple (Ridgewood)
  1054 Bushwick Avenue at Gates Avenue
Ridgewood Lodge No. 710 F. & A.M.
► II/9 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1909 (1921)
Masonic Temple (Springfield Gardens)
  138-35 Springfield Boulevard – now Agape Church of God
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5636 (1929)
Odd Fellows Hall (Inwood)
  148 Doughty Boulevard
• Midmer-Losh (c.1931)
Queensboro Lodge No. 878, B.P.O.E. (Elmhurst)
  See Elks Lodge No. 878
Ridgewood Lodge No. 710, F. & A.M. (Ridgewood)
  See Masonic Temple (Ridgewood)
Tadmor Masonic Temple (Ridgewood)
  4 Summerfield Street at Forest Avenue
Top
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1926)
   
  Funeral Chapels & Mortuaries
   
Walter B. Cooke Mortuary (Flushing)
  151 Linden Boulevard
• II/2 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 2397 (1941)
Walter B. Cooke Mortuary (Jamaica)
  29 Snyder Avenue
• II/3 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 2236 (1940)
Hallett & Hallett Funeral Chapel (Flushing)
  149-20 Northern Boulevard – now Gleason Funeral Homes
► II/3 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2968 (1931) – Upright Minuette with Clark Player
Hillside Memorial Chapel (Jamaica)
  location unknown
• Geo. Kilgen & Son (Mello-tone), Op. 5271 (1934)
Morrosco Mortuary (Long Island City)
  location unknown
• II/14reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6206 (1934)
Park West Memorial Chapel (Far Rockaway)
  location unknown
• II/19reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6368 (1936)
Quinn & Sons Mortuary (Flushing) – now Quinn-Fogarty Funeral Home
  16214 Sanford Avenue
• II/ "Style CH PL" Wurlitzer, Op. 2158 (1931)
Rouse Mortuary (Saint Albans)
  191-02 Linden Boulevard
Top
• II/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5640 (1936)
   
  Hospitals
   
Creedmoor Psychiatric Center (Queens Village) – orig. Creedmoor State Hospital
  80-45 Winchester Boulevard – Chapel
► III/24 Allen G. Dreyfuss, Op. 1 (1972)
   
  Schools – Colleges & Universities
   
Queens College – City University of New York
  Aaron Copland School of Music
63-30 Kissena Boulevard, Flushing
► III/49 Bedient Pipe Organ, Op. 30 (1991); reb. Flentrop (2006) – LeFrak Concert Hall
► II/10 Schlicker Organ Company, Op. 8190 (1962) – on two movable platforms
► II/5 Nigel Church & Co. (1985) – Practice (orig. in Donald Joyce Residence, NYC)
St. John's University
  8000 Utopia Parkway
St. Thomas More Church
► II/22 Peragallo Pipe Organ Company, Op. 665 (2005)
   
  Schools – Middle & High
   
Far Rockaway High School
  8-21 Beach 25 Street
►III/31 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2933 (1931)
Flushing High School
  35-01 Union Street
► III/31 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4492 (1926)
Jamaica High School
  167-01 Gothic Drive
►III/31 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2932 (1931)
Newtown High School (Elmhurst)
  48-01 90th Street at 48th Avenue
► III/31 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4205 (1925)
Richmond Hill High School
  89-30 114th Street
► III/31 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2938 (1931) NE
St. Joseph's Convent
  Kissena Boulevard & Sanford Avenue (1860-?) – orig. St. Thomas's Hall
► II/9 George Jardine (c.1840) – Chapel – See St. Thomas's Hall
St. Thomas's Hall
  Sanford Avenue (1839-closed 1843) – later became St. Joseph's Academy for Young Ladies
► II/9 George Jardine (c.1840) – Chapel
William C. Bryant High School (Long Island City)
  48-10 31st Avenue
Top
► III/31 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4204 (1925)
   
  Seminaries
   
Cathedral College of the Immaculate Conception (closed 1987)
  7200 Douglaston Parkway – see Immaculate Conception Center
► III/29 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 10292 (1967)
   
  Social Services
   
Chapin Home for the Aging (Jamaica)
  165-01 Chapin Parkway (since 1912)
► II/9 Estey Organ Company, Op. 902 (1911)
151 East 66th Street at Lexington Avenue, Manhattan (1869-1912)
• unknown, if any
Queens Community House
  [possibly at 108-25 62nd Drive, Forest Hills]
• III/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1924)
   
  Religious & Houses of Worship
   
  Denominational Buildings
   
Immaculate Conception Center
  7200 Douglaston Parkway – orig. Cathedral College of the Immaculate Conception
► III/29 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 10292 (1967)
   
  Assembly of God
   
Lighthouse Assembly of God Church (Glendale)
  71-29 68th Place near Central Avenue (since c.1972) – orig. Church of Christ Methodist Church
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5414 (1928)
   
  Baptist
   
All Nations Baptist Church (Woodhaven)
  Present building (since 1910) – orig. named Union Course Baptist Church
► II/11 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3050 (1921)
First building (1898-1910)
• unknown (c.1898)
Baptist Church (Jamaica)
  location unknown (may be Calvary Baptist)
• II/ Frazee (>1905)
Calvary Baptist Church (Jamaica)
  111-10 Guy R. Brewer Boulevard
• III/ Rodgers Instruments electronic
Community Baptist Church (Woodside)
  41-01 58th Street
• II/29reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4286 (1925)
Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church (Flushing)
  36-12 Prince Street near 36th Road
► II/7 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2961 (1930)
First Baptist Church (Corona)
  See First Baptist Church (East Elmhurst)
First Baptist Church (East Elmhurst)
  100-10 Astoria Boulevard (since 1962)
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic
35-30 103rd Street (1943-1962)
• unknown
34th Avenue and 101st Street (now Hayes & 44th Street) – Corona (1926-1943)
• II/ Hall (<1929)
First Baptist Church (Far Rockaway)
  2050 Nameoke Street
• II/33s M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7152 (1946)
First Baptist Church (Flushing)
  142-10 Sanford Avenue at Union Street (since 1890)
• II/13 Austin Organ Company, Op. 555 (1914)
• George Jardine & Son (1890)
First German Baptist Church (Ridgewood)
  See Ridgewood Baptist Church
Leverich Memorial Baptist Church (Flushing)
  10219 32nd Avenue
Top
• II/10 B.J. Von Jenny (1920); reb. of ca.1870 organ by unknown builder
Ridgewood Baptist Church (Ridgewood)
  64-13 Catalpa Avenue (since 1925)
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4352 (1925)
Montrose Avenue near Union Ave., Brooklyn (1865-1925) – known as First German Baptist
• unknown
Majeur (Remsen) Street at Graham Avenue (1854-1865)
• unknown
Union Course Baptist Church (Union Course, later Woodhaven)
  See All Nations Baptist Church
Woodhaven Baptist Church (Woodhaven)
  See All Nations Baptist Church
Wyckoff Avenue Baptist Church (Ridgewood)
  Wyckoff Avenue at Summerfield Street
• Unknown (serviced by Midmer in 1906)
   
  Church of Christ, Scientist
   
First Church of Christ, Scientist (Far Rockaway)
  Mott Avenue, near Broadway
► II/12 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2325 (1925)
First Church of Christ, Scientist (Forest Hills)
  60 Greenway Terrace
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic
First Church of Christ, Scientist (Flushing)
  145-28 Bayside Avenue (since 1995)
• unknown
144-27 Sanford Ave., east of Parsons Blvd. (1930-1995) – became LDS Church
► II/10 Henry Pilcher's Sons, Op. 1514 (1930)
First Church of Christ, Scientist (Jamaica)
  89-12 164th Street
• unknown
First Church of Christ, Scientist (Ridgewood)
  Cornelia Street (since 1952)
• unknown
   
  Church of God
   
Arverne Church of God (Far Rockaway) – orig. Russell Sage Memorial Presbyterian Church
  1318 Central Avenue
► II/13 George Jardine & Son, Op. 1123 (1893) – moved to Sacred Heart RC Church, Yarmouth, Maine (1985)
New York Bethzatha Church of God
  8520 57th Avenue
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic
   
  Congregational (see also United Church of Christ listings)
   
Christ Congregational Church (Woodhaven)
  85-27 91st Street at 85th Road (since 1910)
• II/14 Austin Organ Company, Op. 986 (1921)
The Church-in-the-Gardens (Forest Hills)
  See United Church of Christ section
First Congregational Church (Far Rockaway)
  320 Beach 94th Street
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1883 (1921)
• II/11 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1441 (1890) – uncertain
First Congregational Church of Flushing (Flushing)
  Merged with First Reformed Church to form Bowne Street Community Church (1974)
38-14 Bowne Street (1851-burned 1970)
► III/27 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2164 (1951) – burned with church (1970)
► II/21 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 354 (1898)
• William H. Davis (1875)
First Congregational Church (Woodhaven)
  94th Street near 97th Avenue (1866-?)
• II/18 Hook & Hastings, Op. 1444 (1890)
Pilgrim Congregational Church (Brooklyn Hills)
  location unknown
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 547 (1908)
St. Albans Congregational Church (St. Albans)
  172-17 Linden Boulevard
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic
Union Congregational Church (Richmond Hill)
  86-15 114th Street (1902-2008) – now Global Christian Ministries Pentecostal Church
• Allen Organ Company electronic (1980s)
• III/33 Tellers-Kent Organ Co., Op. 344 (1925); new console (1956)
► II/11 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings, Op. 915 (1878) – orig. in Pilgrim Chapel, Brooklyn
Park Street (c.1886-1902)
• unknown
Victoria Congregational Church (Jamaica)
  144-64 87th Avenue at 148th Street (since 1923)
Top
► II/14 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2433 (1925)
   
  Disciples of Christ (Christian)
   
Christian Church (Ridgewood)
  location unknown
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1926)
 

  Episcopal
   
All Saints Episcopal Church (Bayside)
  214-35 40th Avenue
► III/24 Hillgreen, Lane & Co. (1923)
All Saints Episcopal Church (Long Island City)
  43-12 46th Street
• unknown
All Saints Episcopal Church (Richmond Hill)
  85-45 96th Street (since 2013) – orig. St. Matthew Episcopal Church
► II/10 Reuter Organ Company, Op. 2103 (1988)
• II/11 Henry Pilcher's Sons, Op. 1425 (1928)
97-25 Lefferts Boulevard (c.1899-2013)
• II/ Rodgers Instruments electronic (1968)
• II/ Everett Orgatron amplified reed organ
Annunciation Episcopal Church (Glendale)
  71-05 Cooper Avenue
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic (1970s)
• II/ Estey reed (electrified)
Epiphany Episcopal Church (Ozone Park)
  103rd Street at 103rd Avenue
Present building (since 1935)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1935) – rebuild of previous organ
Second building (1929-burned 1934)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1929)
First building (1889-1929)
• unknown
Grace Episcopal Church (Corona)
  34-34 98th Street
► II/26 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5510 (1930)
Grace Episcopal Church (Jamaica)
  155-03 Jamaica Boulevard
Present building (since 1862)
► III/18 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6286 (1935)
• II/10 Hutchings-Votey (1908)
• II/14 George Jardine & Son (1862)
Second building (1822-burned 1861)
• George Jardine (1849) – burned 1861
• Unknown Builder (1835)
First building (1734-1822)
• no organ
Grace Episcopal Church (Whitestone)
  151-17 14th Road at Clintonville Street
• II/15 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 392 (1902)
• J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 2 (1860)
Redeemer Episcopal Church (Astoria)
  30-14 Crescent Street
► II/17 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 134 (1874); reb. by Fred Holmes (1962)
Resurrection Episcopal Church (East Elmhurst)
  32nd Avenue
• unknown
Resurrection Episcopal Church (Richmond Hill)
  85-09 118th Street (Kew Gardens)
• Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1967)
► II/21 Douglas Pennoyer Organ Co. (1962)
• II/ Hall Organ Company (1921)
• II/ Hall Organ Company (<1915)
St. Alban the Martyr Episcopal Church (Saint Albans)
  116-42 Farmers Boulevard at Turin Drive
• II/7 Schlicker Organ Co., Op. 8302 (1974)
► II/6 Henry Pilcher's Sons, Op. 1535 (1931)
Top
• Unknown Builder
St. Andrew Episcopal Church (Astoria)
  46-09 31st Avenue
• II/18 James M. Mandeville (1884) – moved from Holy Child of Jesus Episcopal, Brooklyn (1970s)
St. Andrew-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church (Belle Harbor)
  Rockaway Beach Boulevard and Beach 125 Street (1907-closed 1970)
• Henry Erben (1852) – moved from Convent of Mercy, Manhattan
St. David Episcopal Church (Cambria Heights)
  117-35 235th Street
► II/~17 Southfield Organ Company (2007)
► II/8 J.H. & C.S. Odell (1895) – moved from Protestant Chapel of JFK Airport (1992); orig. in Woodhaven Presbyterian Church until 1974
St. Gabriel Episcopal Church (Hollis)
  196-10 Woodhull Avenue
• II/18 Peragallo Pipe Organ Company (2001) – reb. M.P. Möller
• II/33reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6115 (1933)
St. George Episcopal Church (Astoria)
  14-22 27th Avenue at 14th Street (since 1904)
► II/8 Frazee Organ Company (1953)
• Unknown (c.1904)
Franklin Street (Astoria Boulevard) (1825-burned 1904)
• Ferris & Stuart – burned 1894
• George Jardine (1843?)
• Henry Erben (1838)
St. George Episcopal Parish (Flushing)
  135-32 38th Avenue at Main Street
Present building (since 1854)
► IV/37 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 355-A (1952, 1962, 1965)
► III/34 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 355 (1922)
► II/16 Henry Erben (1862); reb. & moved to chancel (1894)
• II/ Henry Erben (1862) – gallery
Second building (1812-c.1930)
• George Jardine (c.1838)
First building (1746-1812)
• unknown
St. James Episcopal Church (Elmhurst)
  84-07 Broadway
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
St. James the Less Episcopal Church (Jamaica)
  107-61 166th Street
• unknown
St. John Episcopal Church (Far Rockaway)
  1894 Mott Avenue – orig. Trinity Chapel; now Beth-El Temple Church of God in Christ
► III/38 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 1754 (1930s)
• II/ Johnson & Son, Op. 715 (1889)
St. John Episcopal Church (Flushing)
  149-49 Sanford Avenue
Present building (since 1924)
• II/13 Hook & Hastings, Op. 2585 (1930)
First building (1899-burned 1924)
• II/ John Brown (<1917)
St. John Episcopal Church (Long Island City)
  21st Street and 45th Avenue
10th Street and Van Alst Avenue
• possibly Reuben Midmer & Sons
St. John Episcopal Church (South Ozone Park)
  133-04 109th Avenue
• unknown
St. John Episcopal Church (Springfield Gardens)
  137-67 Belknap Street, Jamaica
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1927)
St. Joseph Episcopal Church (Queens Village)
  99-10 217th Lane
► II/8 Reuter Organ Company, Op. 1726 (1970)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1935)
St. Luke Episcopal Church (Forest Hills Gardens)
  85 Greenway South
► II/25 Gress-Miles Organ Company, Op. 57 (1975)
Top
► III/24 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1636 (1928)
St. Margaret Episcopal Church (Fresh Meadows)
  58-30 193rd Street
• unknown
St. Mark Episcopal Church (Jackson Heights)
  33-50 82nd Street (since c.1923)
► II/31 Casavant Frères, Op. 3018 (1969)
► III/22 Aeolian Company, Op. 1304 (1915) – orig. in Willard D. Straight Res., NYC; moved (1929)
St. Matthew Episcopal Church (Woodhaven)
  85-45 96th Street (1901-closed 2011) – became All Saints Episcopal (2013)
Second building (1928-2011)
► II/10 Reuter Organ Company, Op. 2103 (1988)
• II/11 Henry Pilcher's Sons, Op. 1425 (1928)
First building (1901-1928)
• unknown
St. Paul Episcopal Church (College Point)
  13-21 College Point Boulevard
► II/10 Henry Pilcher's Sons, Op. 1421 (1928)
St. Paul Episcopal Church (Newtown)
  location unknown
• George Jardine (<1891)
St. Paul Episcopal Church (Woodside)
  39-04 61st Street – burned (2007)
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3536 (1923)
St. Peter Episcopal Church (Rosedale)
  137-28 244th Street at 137th Road
Upper church (since 1922)
► II/3 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4039 (1922)
Basement church (1909)
► I/6 Henry Erben ("G" compass)
St. Stephen Episcopal Church (Jamaica)
  89-26 168th Street
► II/11 Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Op. 973-A (1940) – orig. in Mrs. Albert P. Loening residence, Southampton, N.Y.
St. Thomas Episcopal Church (Ravenswood, Long Island City)
  Vernon Avenue (Blvd.) and 38th Avenue
Second building (1869-closed 1918)
• II/16 Austin Organ Company, Op. 592 (1915)
• II/ Levi U. Stuart (1868)
First building (c.1850-burned 1867)
• II/ Henry Erben (1859)
Trinity – St. Joseph Episcopal Church (Astoria)
  35-13 23rd Avenue
• unknown
Zion Episcopal Church (Douglaston)
  243-01 Northern Boulevard
Present building (since 1925)
► III/24 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9287 (1958)
• II/12 Roosevelt tracker (as of c.1925)
FIrst building (1830-burned 1924)
• unknown (c.1863)
• George Jardine (1843)
   
  Evangelical (Evangelical Association, Evangelical Church, Evangelical United Brethren)
   
Bethany Evangelical United Brethren Church (South Richmond Hill)
  See United Methodist Church of Richmond Hill
Emanuel Evangelical Church (Woodhaven)
  Merged into Epworth United Methodist Church
97-43 93rd Street (1900s)
• unknown
101st Avenue & 92nd Street (Broadway & Bigelow Place) (1879-1900s)
• unknown
Korean Evangelical Church (Elmhurst)
  88-28 Corona Avenue
• II/40 Allen Organ Company electronic
Union Evangelical Church (Corona)
  National and 102nd Streets
Top
• II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8470 (1953)
   
  Greek Orthodox
   
St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church (Jamaica)
  8435 152nd Street
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic
St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church (Flushing)
  15005 12th Avenue
• II/6 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 1653 (1937) – for sale in 1989
   
  Jewish
   
Free Synagogue of Flushing
  41-60 Kissena Boulevard
► III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4916 (1927)
Temple Beth El (Rockaway Park)
  445 Beach 135th Street
• "Style Special" Wurlitzer (1924)
Temple Israel (Far Rockaway)
  Moved to Lawrence, N.Y. in Nassau County (1930)
Roanoke Avenue at State Street (1911-1930) – sold to Cong. Knesseth Israel ("The White Shul")
► II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1256 (1911)
   
  Lutheran
   
Ascension Lutheran Church (Glendale)
  78-15 78th Street
► I/9 Hutchings, Plaisted & Co., Op. 75 (1875) – orig. in Congregational Church, York, Me.
Lambert Street, corner Copeland Boulevard
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4943 (1927) – moved to Risen Christ Lutheran, Brooklyn (1979)
Augustana Evangelical Lutheran Church (East Elmhurst)
  69-05 Ditmars Boulevard at Hazen Street (since 1963)
► II/6 Schlicker Organ Co. (1965)
25-36 37th Street (1954-1963) – orig. Salem Evangelical Lutheran
• unknown
Bethany Evangelical Lutheran Church (Elmhurst)
  48-08 91st Place at 48th Avenue
► II/11 Hall Organ Company, Op. 599 (c.1930)
Bethany Lutheran Church (Queens Village) (closed)
  90-45 210th Street
• Midmer-Losh Organ Company (c.1930)
Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church (Fresh Meadows)
  188-12 73rd Avenue
Top
II/11 Angell Pipe Organs, Inc. (1966)
Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church (Little Neck)
  47-14 Glenwood Street
• II/3 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7107 (1942)
Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church (Rosedale)
  248-01 Francis Lewis Boulevard
► II/12 Watson-Hovind, Op. 1274 (1972); reb. Elsener Organ Works (2006)
• II/5 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6647 (1938) – moved to St. Paul's Evang. Lutheran, Coney Island, Brooklyn (2004)
Christ Lutheran Church (South Ozone Park/Woodhaven)
  86th Street at 101st Avenue (since 1917)
Present building (since 1917)
• unknown
First building (1884-1917)
• unknown
Unknown address (1881-1884)
• unknown
Christ Lutheran Church (Woodside)
  33-57 58th Street, corner of Broadway
• Allen Organ Company electronic (1990s)
• II/30reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6204 (1934)
Covenant Lutheran Church (Ridgewood)
  68-59 60th Lane at Catalpa Avenue (since 1914)
II/13 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6685 (1938)
• Unknown Builder (c.1914)
Emanuel [German] Evangelical Lutheran Church (Corona)
  37-57 104th Street and 37th Drive (since 1903)
II/21 Aeolian Company, Op. 985 (1905); moved here by builder (1930)
47th Avenue (1887-1903)
• II/ Unknown Builder – moved from C. Harmon Res., Richmond Hill, by Eifert & Stoehr (1909)
Emmaus Evangelical Lutheran Church (Ridgewood)
  60-10 67th Avenue at 60th Street (since 1904)
► II/16 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 3855 (1958); new console by Timothy Fink (1999)
• unknown (c.1904)
Epiphany Lutheran Church (Ozone Park)
  location unknown
• II/10 Eiffert & Stoehr (1906) – moved to St. Mark's Episcopal, No. Bellmore, L.I.
• II/ unknown (1885); reb. Eiffert & Stoehr (1906)
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (Bayside West)
  201-03 29th Avenue
• unknown electronic
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (Bellaire)
  Francis Lewis Boulevard at 100th Avenue (1926-disbanded 1973)
► II/40 Schlicker Organ Co. (1960) – moved to Abiding Presence Lutheran, Fort Salonga, N.Y.
• unknown earlier organ (1926)
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (Laurelton)
  location unknown
• II/5 Schlicker Organ Co. (1965)
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (South Ozone Park)
  Merged with Incarnation and St. Thomas Lutheran churches to form New Hope Lutheran (1973)
120-02 140th Street at 120th Avenue (1911-1973) – now South Ozone Park Seventh-day Adventist
• II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2242 (1916)
• II/ Unknown Builder (1914)
Grace Lutheran Church (Astoria)
  31-20 21st Avenue
► II/12 John L. Randolph (1979)
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6060 (1932)
Grace Lutheran Church (Forest Hills)
  103-15 Union Turnpike (since 1958)
► II/2 Rodgers Organ Company hybrid electronic (1984)
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic (1958)
70-18 Olcott Street at Herrick Street (1927-1958)
• unknown
Grace Lutheran Church (Jamaica)
  144-12 89th Avenue
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5025 (1927)
Grace Lutheran Church (Queens Village)
  102-03 Springfield Boulevard at 102nd Avenue
► II/24 Schlicker Organ Co., Op. 6396 (1973)
► II/11 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3036 (1932); reb. of Op. 2559 – moved to basement
► II/8 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2559 (1926)
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church (Bellerose)
  246-55 87th Avenue
• unknown electronic
Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church (Corona)
  Merged with Salem Evang. Lutheran to become Augustana Evang. Lutheran (1954)
97th Street near 37th Avenue (1909-1954) – named Trinity Swedish Evang. Lutheran until 1950
• Everett Orgatron electronic (1944)
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church (Hollis)
  90-20 191st Street near 90th Avenue
Present building (since c.1928)
► II/19 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 11120 (1975)
► III/20 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5111 (1927) – burned 1974
First building (1900s-c.1928)
• unknown
Immanuel Chinese Lutheran Church (Bayside)
  210-10 Horace Harding Expressway
Top
• Peragallo Pipe Organ Company, Op. 451 (1972)
Immanuel Lutheran Church (Whitestone)
  149-40 11th Avenue at 150th Street (since 1902)
• III/ Wicks Organ Company (1950s) – not on opus list
Cross Island Boulevard near 15th Street (1894-1902)
• unknown
Incarnation Lutheran Church (Jamaica)
  Merged with Good Shepherd and St. Thomas Lutheran churches to form New Hope Lutheran (1973)
150-14 Foch Boulevard (?-1973)
• II/3 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 3053 (1950)
• unknown electronic
Messiah Lutheran Church (Flushing)
  42-15 165th Street
• II/8 Anton Gottfried – purchased used (1931); console rebuilt by Allen Dreyfuss (1973)
Our Redeemer Lutheran Church (Floral Heights)
  4605 Cypress
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic (1950s)
Our Saviour Lutheran Church (Rego Park)
  92-14 63rd Drive
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic
Redeemer Lutheran Church (Bayside)
  36-01 Bell Boulevard
• II/10 Schlicker Organ Co. (1974)
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3831 (1924)
Redeemer Lutheran Church (Flushing)
  157-16 65th Avenue
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic (1952)
Redeemer Lutheran Church (Glendale)
  69-07 Cooper Avenue
• Allen Organ Company electronic
• II/ M.P. Möller (1920s)
Redeemer Lutheran Church (Saint Albans)
  116-01 204th Street
• II/13 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6137 (1933)
Resurrection Lutheran Church (Flushing)
  44-10 192nd Street
• unknown
Resurrection Lutheran Church (St. Albans)
  189-20 114th Road
• II/ Philibert Croteau (c.196-) additions to Kilgen
• II/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5453 (1935)
St. Andrew Evangelical Lutheran Church (South Ozone Park)
  122nd Street and 111th Avenue (1915-disbanded 1973) – now St. Andrew United Presbyterian
► II/10 F.J.N. Tallman (c.1889); reb. Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1935)
St. Barnabas Lutheran Church (Howard Beach)
  159-19 98th Street
► II/11 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5533 (1929)
St. Jacobus Evangelical Lutheran Church (Winfield Junction, now Woodside)
 
72-01 43rd Avenue at 72nd Street (org. 1867)
► II/11 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2125 (1916) – reb. of second-hand tracker
St. James Lutheran Church (Ozone Park)
  Merged into St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church (1998)
104-35 105th Street
at 107th Avenue
• II/ Schlicker Organ Co., Op. 6528 (1970)
► II/4 Estey Organ Co., Op. 3077 (1936)
• II/17reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1525 (1913) – for "Lutheran Ch." in Ozone Park
St. James–St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church (South Ozone Park)
  119-15 135th Avenue (since 1953) – orig. St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church
• unknown
Hawtree Creek Road (1883-1953) – orig. Bethel Union Sunday School
• unknown
St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church (College Point)
  2207 123rd Street
• III/15 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 3708 (1956)
St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church (Glendale)
  88-24 Myrtle Avenue
• II/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5798 (1937)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1928)
St. John English Evangelical Lutheran Church (Richmond Hill)
  86-20 114th Street
► III/30 William F. Laws (>1976); reb. & console
• II/28reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2790 (1919)
• II/14reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 719 (1906) – reb. Barckhoff organ from First Christian, Huntington, Ind.
St. John Lutheran Church (Flushing)
  147-46 Sanford Avenue
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic (1976)
St. Luke Evangelical Lutheran Church (Woodhaven)
  87-34 85th Street (since 1911)
► II/12 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 4365 (1963)
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3533 (1923)
• Aeolian Organ Company
78th Street near 88th Road (1908-1911)
• unknown
St. Mark Evangelical Lutheran Church (Jamaica)
  109-19 New York Avenue (org. 1909-closed c.2004)
• Carl Barckhoff – moved by Seibert Losh from Richmond Hill (1920)
St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church (South Ozone Park)
  See St. James-St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church
St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church (Jamaica)
  127-27 102nd Road at 129th Street
• unknown electronic
St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church (Richmond Hill)
  Merged with St. John Lutheran, Richmond Hill (2007)
89-19 114th Street
• II/ Wangerin Organ Co. (1942)
St. Peter Lutheran Church (Flushing)
  5719 Austin Street
• unknown
St. Thomas Lutheran Church (Jamaica)
  Merged with Good Shepherd Lutheran and Incarnation Lutheran to form New Hope Lutheran (1973)
167-24 118th Avenue
II/6 Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1937)
Salem Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church (Long Island City)
  Merged with Holy Trinity Evang. Lutheran (Corona) to become Augustana Evang. Lutheran (1954)
25-36 37th Street
(1924-1954) – became Augustana Evangelical Lutheran (1954)
• unknown
31-18 37th Street
(1910-1924) – temporarily met at Trinity Lutheran Church
• unknown
Potter Avenue, between 35th & 36th Streets (1898-1910)
• unknown
Trinity Lutheran Church (Long Island City)
  31-18 37th Street at 31st Avenue
Present building (since 1927)
► III/25 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 614 (1926); rev. M.P. Möller (1967)
First building
(1890-1927)
• Unknown Builder (c.1900)
II/11 Steere & Turner, Op. 304 (1890) – moved to Trinitarian Cong. Church, Troy, N.H. (1900)
Trinity Lutheran Church (Middle Village)
  6370 Dry Harbor Road at Juniper Boulevard South (since 1979)
• Allen Organ Company electronic (1979)
Juniper Avenue (69th Street) (1907-burned 1977)
• II/17 Eifert & Stoehr (1908) – burned (1977)
Trinity Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church (Corona)
 
Top
See Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church (Corona)
   
  Methodist (including A.M.E., Methodist Episcopal, Methodist Protestant, and United)
   
Allen A.M.E. Church (Jamaica)
  110-31 Merrick Boulevard
• II/4 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 920 (1929)
Bayside United Methodist Church (Bayside)
  38-20 Bell Boulevard at 38th Street
Present building (since 1957)
• unknown
First building (1893-1957)
► II/11 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6564 (1937)
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 318 (1906)
Brooks Memorial United Methodist Church (Jamaica)
  143-22 109th Avenue
• unknown
Church of Christ Methodist Episcopal Church (Glendale)
  Merged into Glendale Evangelical United Brethren as Glendale United Methodist Church (1972)
71-29 68th Place (Folsom) near Central Avenue (1902-1972) – Folsom Ave. Methodist Episcopal; now Lighthouse Assembly of God
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5414 (1928) – see Lighthouse Assembly of God Church
71st Place (Washington) and Cooper Avenue (1892-1902) – German M.E. Church of Glendale
• unknown
71st (Madison) and Cooper Avenue (1901-1902) – German M.E. Church of Glendale
• unknown
Community United Methodist Church (Jackson Heights)
  81-10 35th Avenue
• III/ Makin Organs Ltd. electronic
► II/12 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2660 (1927)
Community United Methodist Church (Middle Village)
  75-27 Metropolitan Avenue
• unknown
Corona Methodist Episcopal Church (Corona)
  42-15 104th Street
• unknown
Embury United Methodist Church (Queens Village)
  220-20 94th Drive
• unknown
Epworth United Methodist Church (Woodhaven)
  88-40 88th Street
• unknown
First Methodist Episcopal Church (Astoria)
  See Good Shepherd United Methodist Church
First Methodist Episcopal Church (Elmhurst)
  50th Avenue and 91st Place
► II/14 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3335 (1922)
First United Methodist Church (Flushing)
  38-24 149th Street at 38th Avenue (since 1952)
► III/32 Casavant Frères, Op. 2523 (1959)
136-43 Roosevelt Avenue (1875-1952) – old building moved from Main Street
William B. Williams (c.1889)
• unknown
Main Street, north of Washington Street (1843-1875)
• unknown
Washington Street, between Main and Union Streets (1822-1843)
• unknown
First United Methodist Church (Hollis)
  91-31 191st Street (orig. Minnetonka Avenue)
Top
• II/12 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1914)
First United Methodist Church (Jamaica)
  162-10 Highland Avenue (since 1949)
• unknown
Clinton Avenue (now 164th Street near 89th Avenue) (1924-1949)
► III/19 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3534 (1923)
• II/14 George Jardine (c.18--) – moved from old building (1923)
Fulton Street and Puntine (now 165th) Street (1894-1924)
• II/14 George Jardine (c.18--)
Fulton Street at New York Avenue (1846-1894)
• unknown
Division Street (1811-1846)
• unknown
First Methodist Episcopal Church (Ozone Park)
  103rd Avenue and 97th Street (c.1891-?)
• II/12reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1476 (1912)
First Methodist Episcopal Church (Springfield or Springfield Gardens)
  See Springfield Gardens United Methodist Church
German Methodist Episcopal Church (Glendale)
  See Church of Christ Methodist Church
Glendale United Methodist Church
  66-14 Central Avenue – orig. Glendale Evangelical United Brethren Church
• unknown
Good Shepherd United Methodist Church (Astoria) (orig. First Methodist Church of Astoria)
  30-44 Crescent Street at 30th Road (since 1911)
Present building (since 1911) – renamed Good Shepherd United Methodist (1982)
• II/ Baldwin electronic – removed 2009
► II/21 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1062 (1910)
First building (1886-1908)
• unknown
Main Avenue at Astoria Boulevard (1842-1886) – known as First Methodist Episcopal Church
• unknown
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church (Long Island City)
  See Van Alst Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
Grace United Methodist Church (Saint Albans)
  200-08 Murdock Avenue
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic
Korean United Methodist Church of Central Queens (Flushing)
  150-50 35th Avenue
• unknown
Macedonia A.M.E. Church (Flushing)
  37-22 Union Street
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6040 (1932)
► II/9 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1859 (1915)
Maspeth United Methodist Church (Maspeth)
  66-35 58th Avenue (since 1905) – burned (2009)
• II/11 Hillgreen, Lane & Co., Op. 144 (1906)
Methodist Protestant Church (Aqueduct)
  Centreville Avenue at 135th Avenue (org. 1857-?)
• unknown
New Life Chinese United Methodist Church (Woodhaven)
  88-40 80th Street
• unknown
Newtown United Methodist Church (Elmhurst)
  Grand Avenue
• George Jardine (<1869)
People's United Methodist Church (Long Island City)
  39-36 21st Street
• unknown
Richmond Hill United Methodist Church (Richmond Hill)
  See United Methodist Church of Richmond Hill
St. John Ridgewood United Methodist Church (Ridgewood)
  610 Seneca Avenue
• IV/65 Tellers Organ Company, Op. 1000 (1965)
• II/ "Style RB9" Wurlitzer, Op. 2198 (1936)
St. Mark A.M.E. Church (Corona/West Flushing)
  9518 Northern Boulevard?
• II/28reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 7713 (1948)
St. Paul United Methodist Church (Long Island City)
  Merged into Good Shepherd United Methodist Church (1982)
14-54 31st Road at 21st Street (1908-1982) – became San Pablo United Methodist Church
• unknown
St. Paul United Methodist Church (Jamaica)
  173-01 108th Avenue
• unknown
San Pablo United Methodist Church (Long Island City)
  14-54 31st Road at 21st Street (since 1982) – orig. St. Paul United Methodist Church
• unknown
Springfield Gardens United Methodist Church (Springfield Gardens)
  131-29 Farmers Boulevard at Dennis Street
Present building
► II/15 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1911)
Earlier building
• unknown
Third Methodist Episcopal Church (Long Island City)
  Location unknown
See Van Alst Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
Trinity United Methodist Church (Richmond Hill)
  107-12 86th Avenue (since 1909)
► II/7 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2187 (1924) – orig. built for Lucy G. Schieffelin Residence, NYC
• unknown (1912)
Union United Methodist Church (South Ozone Park)
  126-22 150th Street
• unknown
United Methodist Church of Floral Park
  35 Verbena Avenue
• IV/87reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4970 (1928)
United Methodist Church of Richmond Hill (South Richmond Hill)
  112-14 107th Avenue at 112th Street (since c.1931) – orig. Bethany Evangelical United Brethren
► II/10 Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1931)
109th Street near Jamaica Avenue (c.1919-c.1931)
Top
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
Van Alst Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church (Long Island City)
  Merger of Grace M.E. Church and Third M.E. Church to form Van Alst Avenue M.E. Church (1910)
Van Alst Avenue at 11th Street
(now 21st St. at 45th Rd.) (1900-?) – orig. Grace M.E. Church; now The Spanish Church, Hunters Point
• II/7 W.W. Kimball Co. (c.1900)
6th Street (now 48th Avenue) and Vernon Avenue (1865-1899) – known as Grace M.E. Church
• unknown
Woodhaven Methodist Church
  location unknown
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1948 (1921) – moved from First Methodist Church, Union Course, L.I. (>1922)
   
  Non-Denominational
   
John F. Kennedy International Airport
  Protestant Chapel in Tri-Faith Plaza (built 1966, demolished 1989)
► II/8 J.H. & C.S. Odell (1895) – moved from Presbyterian Church of Woodhaven (1975); moved again by Allen Dreyfuss to St. David's Episcopal, Cambria Heights (1992)
Korean Church of Queens
  89-00 23rd Avenue
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic
Union Church of Steinway (Astoria, Long Island City)
  See Steinway Reformed Church
   
  Presbyterian
   
Astoria Presbyterian Church (Long Island City)
  23-35 Broadway (since 2008)
• unknown
31-40 33rd Street (1923-2008)
► II/10 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op 549 (1923)
27th Avenue, west of 18th Street (1847-1923)
• unknown
Église Évangelique Française (Woodhaven)
  See French Evangelical Church
Elim Presbyterian Church (Bayside)
  32-25 Bell Boulevard – orig. Masonic Temple
• Hillgreen, Lane & Co.
First German Presbyterian Church of East Williamsburgh (aka Old First Church)
  See United Presbyterian Church (Ridgewood)
First Korean Presbyterian Church (Woodside)
  37-60 61st Street
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic
First Presbyterian Church (Far Rockaway) (aka Sage Memorial Presbyterian)
  1324 Beach Twelfth Street (since 1910)
► II/24 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6890 (1940) – new console
► II/24 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1039 (1909)
1318 Central Avenue (1886-1910) – became First German Reformed; now Arverne Church of God
► II/13 George Jardine & Son, Op. 1123 (1893)
First Presbyterian Church (Flushing)
  150-20 Barclay Avenue
► II/14 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3022 (1931); reb. Dutch Craft Organ Builders (1960s)
► II/12 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3022 (1931)
First Presbyterian Church of Forest Hills
  70-35 112th Street
► II/14 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2118 (1923); rev. (as of 1994)
► II/11 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2118 (1923)
Top
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co.
First Presbyterian Church (Jamaica)
  89-60 164th Street
► III/38 Kilgen Organ Service Company (1991); reb. & enl. Möller
► III/26 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. R-789 (1968)
► III/ M.P. Möller console, Order M-14129 (1963)
• III/80reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6216 (1933)
• II/10 Frank Roosevelt, Op. 474 (1890)
► I/7 George Jardine (1850) – moved to First Presbyterian, Springfield Gardens, L.I. (1890)
• II/3 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 1787 (1931) – Chapel
First Presbyterian Church (Newtown)
  54-05 Seabury Street, Elmhurst
Present building (since 1895)
II/8 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 2186 (1940)
► II/12 Ernest M. Skinner Co., Op. 132 (1907)
The Old White Church (1791-1895) – burned 1928
• I/4 Hilborne L. Roosevelt, Op. 30, (1877)
First Presbyterian Church (Springfield Gardens)
  216-02 137th Avenue
Present building (since 1906)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1927) – rebuild
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1924)
• Jardine moved?
First building (1867-1906)
► I/7 George Jardine (1850) – moved from Presbyterian Church, Jamaica, L.I. (1890)
First Presbyterian Church (Whitestone)
  15-43 149th Street
• unknown
First Presbyterian Church (Woodhaven)
  94th Street at 101st Avenue (c.1863-?)
• unknown
First United Presbyterian Church (Winfield Junction)
  See Presbyterian Church of Winfield Junction
Forest Hills Presbyterian Church (Forest Hills)
  70-35 112th Street
• II/12 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2118 (1923)
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (>1894)
French Evangelical Church (Église Évangelique Française) Woodhaven)
  95th Avenue at 96th Street (1890-c.1950)
• unknown
Glen Morris Presbyterian Church (Ozone Park)
  118-02 109th Avenue
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic
Hollis Presbyterian Church (Hollis) (aka Poes Church)
  100-50 196th Street at 104th Avenue (since c.1927)
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1959) – reb. Estey – sold as parts (1996)
► II/10 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2612 (1927) NE
Korean-American Presbyterian Church (Flushing)
  143-17 Franklin Avenue
156-03 Sanford Avenue
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic (two organs)
Korean Central Presbyterian Church (Long Island City)
  3271 41st Street
Top
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic
Love of Christ Presbyterian Church (Bayside)
  209-08 48th Avenue
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic
Moak Yang Presbyterian Church (Long Island City)
  40-05 Skillman Avenue
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic
New York Cho Dae Church (Presbyterian)
  71-17 Roosevelt Avenue
• III/50 Allen Organ Company electronic
North Presbyterian Church of Flushing
  25-33 154th Street
• unknown
Presbyterian Church of St. Albans
  190-04 119th Avenue (since 1907)
• Rodgers Instruments electronic (late 1990s)
• Estey Organ Company
• unknown tracker organ
Presbyterian Church of Winfield Junction
  location unknown
• II/19 George N. Andrews (1865)
Presbyterian Church of Woodhaven
  111th Avenue  between Jamaica & Atlantic Avenues – now Pentecostal church
• II/ Midmer & Sons (<1917) – possibly repairs to J.H. & C.S. Odell organ
► II/8 J.H. & C.S. Odell (1895) – moved by Allen Dreyfuss to Protestant Chapel of JFK Airport (1975);
moved again by Allen Dreyfuss to St. David's Episcopal, Cambria Heights (1992)
Ridgewood Presbyterian Church (Ridgewood)
  59-14 70th Avenue near Forest Avenue (since 1907)
• II/33reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6614 (1938)
• II/ Hall Organ Company (c.1907)
Leonard and Stagg Streets (1855-1907) – known as First German Presbyterian
• II/12 Eifert & Stoehr (1900)
Maujer (Remsen) near Union Avenue (1853-1855) – German Evangelical Mission
• unknown
Rosedale Presbyterian Church
  location unknown
Sage Memorial Presbyterian Church (Far Rockaway)
  See First Presbyterian Church of Far Rockaway
St. James United Presbyterian Church (Ridgewood)
  Merged into First Presbyterian of East Williamsburg (1993) to become United Pres. of Ridgewood
61-16 68th Avenue near Fresh Pond Road – now Maranatha Romanian Baptist Church
• unknown
St. Luke United Presbyterian Church (South Ozone Park)
  11104 122nd Street – orig. St. Andrew Lutheran Church
• unknown
Shin Kwang Presbyterian Church of New York (Bayside)
  33-55 Bell Boulevard
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic
Throop [Avenue] Memorial Presbyterian Church (Rosedale)
  Merged with and moved to Rosedale Presbyterian (1945)
140-17 243rd Street
• III/26 Austin Organ Company, Op. 398 (1913)
Union Evangelical Church (Corona)
  42nd Avenue and National Street
• II/ M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 8470 (1952)
Top
• George Jardine & Son (<1890)
United Presbyterian Church of Ridgewood (Ridgewood)
  Merger of First and St. James Presbyterian Churches; renamed United Presbyterian Church (1993)
62-54 60th Place near Metropolitan Avenue – orig. First Presbyterian Church of East Williamsburgh
Present building (since 1910)
► II/20 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1053 (1909)
First building (1864-1910) – known as First German Presbyterian Church of East Williamsburg
• unknown
   
  Reformed Church in America (Dutch Reformed)
   
Bowne Street Community Church (Flushing) – orig. Protestant Dutch Reformed Church of Flushing
  Merged with First Congregational Church (1971)
143-11 Roosevelt Avenue (since 1892)
► III/47 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 813 (1929); rev. Peter Batchelder (c.1988)
► III/30 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 813 (1929)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1892)
Prince and Washington Streets (1843-1892)
• George Jardine & Son (<1869)
Choongsyn Korean Church (Flushing)
  153-11 Barclay Avenue
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic
The Church on the Hill (Flushing)
  167-07 35th Avenue at 168th Street
► IV/50 Allen Organ Company electronic (1993)
► II/9 Henry Pilcher's Sons, Op. 1558 (1932)
College Point Reformed Church (College Point)
  118-17 14th Avenue at 119th Street
• William H. Davis (1886)
The Community Church of Douglaston (Douglaston)
  39-50 Douglaston Parkway (since 1925)
► III/31 Peragallo Pipe Organ Co., Op. 706 (2010)
► III/31 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 1293-A (1968)
• II/8 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1293 (1925)
Emanuel Evangelical Reformed Church (Woodhaven)
  Woodhaven Boulevard & 89th Avenue (1924-?)
• unknown
First Reformed Church (Astoria) (aka Remsen Street Reformed Church)
  27-26 12th (Remsen) Street at 27th Avenue
Present building (since 1889)
► II/15 George Jardine & Son (c.1870) – second-hand
► II/13 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 233 (1887) – orig. in Blessed Sacrament R.C., Manhattan
First building (1837-burned 1888)
Top
• unknown (1858)
First [German Dutch] Reformed Church (Far Rockaway) – orig. Russell Sage Memorial Presbyterian
  1318 Central Avenue – now Arverne Church of God
► II/13 George Jardine & Son, Op. 1123 (1893) – see Arverne Church of God
First Reformed Church (Flushing)
 

See Bowne Street Community Church

First Reformed Church (Jamaica)
  159-29 90th Avenue (since 1984)
► II/18 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 3150 (1950) – orig. in Cornerstone Church, Jersey City, NJ
153-10 Jamaica Avenue at 153rd Street (1716-1980s)
Third building (1858-1980s)
► II/34 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1908)
• Henry Erben (1859)
Second building (1833-burned 1857)
• unknown
First building (1716-1833)
• unknown
Jamaica Avenue at about 162nd Street (1702-1716)
• unknown, if any
Forest Park Reformed Church (Woodhaven)
  See Reformed Church of Forest Park
German Evangelical Reformed Church (Woodhaven)
  Merged with Emanuel Reformed of Williamsburg, Brooklyn (1922)
See Emanuel United Church of Christ
Glendale Reformed Church of Jesus (Flushing)
  7711 64th Place
• Allen Organ Company electronic (c.1981)
• II/2 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 1570 (1937)
Protestant Dutch Reformed Church (Flushing)
  See Bowne Street Community Church
Queens Reformed [Dutch] Church (Queens Village)
  94-79 Springfield Boulevard
• II/15 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 3721 (1956)
Reformed Church of Forest Park (Woodhaven)
  85th Street and 86th Road (since 1912)
• unknown
The Reformed Church of Newtown (Elmhurst)
  85-15 Broadway
► II/7 Skinner Organ Company, Opus 834 (1930)
► II/15 George Jardine & Son (1870)
Remsen Street Reformed Church (Astoria)
  See First Reformed Church (Astoria)
Ridgewood-Chiuyang Reformed Church (Ridgewood)
  18-34 Decatur Street (since 1891) – orig. named Ridgewood Reformed
► II/5 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. R-190 (1944)
► II/5 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5745 (1930)
Second German Reformed Church (Astoria)
  30-57 31st Street (1867-closed 1982) – now Taiwan Union Christian Church
• II/17 Hinners & Albertson (1908)
Remsen Street near 12th or 14th (1854-1867)
• unknown
St. Paul German Evangelical Reformed Church (Jamaica)
  Merged into First Reformed Church of Jamaica (1958)
161st Street (Herriman) near Hillside Avenue (1876-1958)
► II/9 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 416 (1902)
Steinway Reformed Church (Astoria, Long Island City)
  21-65 41st Street at Ditmars Boulevard (since 1891)
► II/19 Aeolian Organ Company? – second-hand
► III/31 Hall & Labagh (1852) – orig. for St. Thomas Church, then Steinway Hall, Manhattan; moved to Steinway Reformed Church when Steinway Hall was demolished in 1925
20th Road (Ditmars Blvd.) & 41st Street (1879-1891) – was Protestant Union Church until 1891
• unknown
Sung Shin Reformed Church (Kew Gardens)
  80-10 Lefferts Boulevard – orig. First Reformed Church
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1928)
Trinity Reformed Church (Ridgewood)
  66-30 60th Place at Palmetto Street (since 1919)
Top
• unknown
   
  Reformed Church in the U.S.
   
St. Mark Evangelical Reformed Church (Ridgewood)
  601 Onderdonk Avenue at Grove Street (since 1906) – became St. Mark United Church of Christ
• II/9 Estey Organ Company
   
  Roman Catholic
   
American Martyrs Catholic Church (Bayside)
  79-43 Bell Boulevard
• II/31 Allen Organ Company electronic
Ascension Catholic Church (Elmhurst)
  86-13 55th Avenue 
► II/3 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2952 (1931) – orig. in Joseph Estey Residence, Brattleboro, Vt.
Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church (Jackson Heights)
  35th Avenue at 93rd Street
Present building (since 1950)
► III/14 Delosh Brothers?; reb. by Ronald C. Bishop Co. (1978)
• Delosh Brothers?
First building (1929-1948) – orig. Chapel of Ease of St. Joan of Arc Church
• unknown
Blessed Trinity Catholic Church (Rockaway Point)
  204-25 Rockaway Point Boulevard
• unknown
Blessed Virgin Mary, Help of Christians Catholic Church (Woodside)
  70-31 48th Avenue  – orig. known as St. Mary's, Winfield Junction
Present building (since c.1940)
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6873 (1940)
Second building (c.1868-c.1940)
• A.B. Felgemaker, Op. 554 (1892)
First building (1855-burned 1868)
• unknown
Christ the King Catholic Church (Springfield Gardens)
  145-39 Farmers Boulevard 
• unknown
Corpus Christi Catholic Church (Woodside)
  31-30 61st Street
• II/ Rodgers Instruments electronic
Holy Child of Jesus Catholic Church (Richmond Hill)
  111-11 86th Avenue
• III/ Rodgers Instruments electronic
► III/23 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4520 (1930) – removed 2003
Holy Cross Catholic Church (Polish) (Maspeth)
  61-21 56th Road
► II/13 George H. Ryder (c.1878, Op. 86) rebuilt by Bozeman-Gibson, Op. 3 (1973) – orig. in State Prison, Concord, Mass.
• Wurlitzer or theatre-style organ
Holy Family Catholic Church (Flushing)
  175-20 74th Avenue 
• unknown
Holy Trinity Catholic Church (Whitestone)
  14-51 143rd Street 
• unknown
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Jamaica)
  86-45 Edgerton Boulevard 
Present building (since 1928)
► III/31 Croteau Organ Co. (c.1962) – Upper Church
• unknown (c.1928) – Lower Church
First building (1924-1928)
• unknown
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (Long Island City)
  21-47 29th Street 
• unknown
Incarnation Catholic Church (Jamaica)
  8943 Francis Lewis Boulevard
Top
• II/ Wicks Organ Company, Op. 3053 (1950)
JFK Airport (Our Lady of the Skies)
  See Our Lady of the Skies Catholic Church
Most Precious Blood Catholic Church (Astoria)
  3223 36th Street
► III/39 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 1769 (1931)
Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church (Ozone Park)
  Rockaway Boulevard between 91st & 92nd Streets (since 1923)
• II/9 Rodgers Instruments Classic 250 Series with Ruffatti pipes (c.1980)
• unknown (c.1923)
Rockaway Boulevard at 86th Street (1906-1923) – became St. Stanislaus Polish R.C. Church
• unknown
Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church (East Elmhurst)
  25-02 80th Street at 25th Avenue (since 1952)
► III/33 Reuter Organ Co., Op. 1679 (1969) – orig. in Central United Methodist, Phoenix, AZ (2008)
► II/18 Aeolian Company, Op. 1234 (1912) – moved from Alta Rockefeller Prentice residence (1962)
Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church (Howard Beach)
  100-05 159th Avenue 
• unknown
Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church (Middle Village)
  61-27 71st Street 
• unknown
Our Lady of Light Catholic Church (St. Albans)
  Formed by merger of St. Catherine of Sienna and St. Pascal Baylon churches (2008)
112-43 198th Street (since 2008) – orig. St. Pascal Baylon Church
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1930)
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church (Queens Village)
  92-96 220th Street 
• unknown
Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church (Forest Hills)
  70-01 Kessel Street
► III/13 Rodgers Instruments electronic/pipe combo (2005)
► II/12 W.W. Kimball Co., KPO 7222 (1937)
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church (Astoria)
  23-25 Newtown Avenue at Crescent Street (since 1873)
► II/28 George Jardine & Son (c.1873); reb. Eifert & Stoehr (1915)
• II/ George Jardine & Son (c.1873)
Trowbridge Street and Van Alst Avenue (1841-1873)
• unknown
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church (Corona; named St. John Roman Catholic Church)
  103-56 52nd Avenue
• unknown
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church (Richmond Hill)
  111-50 115th Street
► III/18 Casavant Frères, Op. 2493 (1958)
• II/3 Tellers-Kent, Op. 425 (1927)
Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church (Corona)
  104-11 37th Avenue
• II/15 Peragallo Pipe Organ Company, Op. 593 (1998)
Our Lady of the Angelus Catholic Church (Rego Park)
  63-63 98th Street
• unknown
Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church (Bayside)
  34-24 203rd Street (since 1931)
• III/ Peragallo Pipe Organ Company (2012)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1931)
Our Lady of the Cenacle Catholic Church (Richmond Hill)
  136-06 87th Avenue 
• Allen Organ Company electronic
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1924)
Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Catholic Church (Ridgewood)
  62-81 60th Place
• IV/ Allen Organ Company electronic (c.1982)
• III/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3977 (1927)
Our Lady of the Skies Catholic Church (JFK Airport)
  JFK Airport
• unknown
► II/8 J.H. & C.S. Odell (1895) – orig. in Woodhaven Presbyterian; see St. David Episcopal Church
Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church (Floral Park)
  258-15 80 Avenue
• unknown
Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Catholic Church (Forest Hills)
  110-06 Queens Boulevard
• IV/81 Associated Organ Builders electronic (1988)
• II/ Wurlitzer electronic (1950s)
• II/15 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5369 (1935) – scrapped for wartime scrap metal drive (1944)
• II/15 Aeolian-Votey Company, Op. 1715 (1929)
Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church (Jamaica)
  88-19 Parsons Boulevard 
• III/39 Allen Organ Company electronic (Protege AP31)
► III/15 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5525 (1929)
Queen of Angels Catholic Church (Sunnyside)
  44-04 Skillman Avenue 
Top
• unknown
Queen of Peace Catholic Church (Kew Garden Hills)
  141-36 77th Avenue
• unknown
Resurrection – Ascension Catholic Church (Rego Park)
  85-25 61st Road 
• unknown
Sacred Heart Catholic Church (Bayside)
  215-35 38th Avenue
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1920)
Sacred Heart Catholic Church (Cambria Heights)
  115-58 222nd Street
• II/ Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 5982 (1938)
Sacred Heart Catholic Church (East Glendale)
  83-17 78th Avenue 
• unknown
St. Adalbert Catholic Church (Elmhurst)
  52-29 83rd Street
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic
St. Aloysius Catholic Church (Ridgewood)
  382 Onderdonk Avenue at Stockholm Street
• III/29 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1916)
• I/8 Reuben Midmer & Sons
St. Anastasia Catholic Church (Douglaston)
  45-14 245th Street
• I/4 George Jardine (c.18--)
St. Andrew Avellino Catholic Church (Flushing)
  3560 158th Street
► III/46 Casavant Frères, Op. 1659 (1940)
• II/20s M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2130 (1916)
St. Ann Catholic Church (Flushing)
  142-30 Fifty-Eighth Avenue
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1928); reb. Konzelman (c.2000)
St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church (South Ozone Park)
  133-25 128th Street 
• unknown
St. Bartholomew Catholic Church (Elmhurst)
  43-22 Ithaca Street at Whitney Avenue (since c.1930):
► III/18 Midmer-Losh, Op. 5514 (1930); reb. M.P. Robinson (1983)
► III/18 Midmer-Losh, Op. 5514 (1930)
Fourth Street, near Whitney Avenue (1911-c.1930) – became chapel
► II/18 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1911)
St. Benedict Joseph Labre Catholic Church (Richmond Hill)
  94-40 118th Street
Present building (since 1916):
► II/25 Austin Organs Inc., Op. 2500 (1969)
• Unknown Builder (1941)
• unknown (c.1916)
First building (1893-1916):
• unknown
St. Benedict the Moor Catholic Church (Jamaica)
  171-17 110th Avenue 
► II/3 "Style 108C" Wurlitzer, Op. 707 (1923) – acquired in 1933
St. Bonaventure Catholic Church (Jamaica)
  114-58 170th Street 
• unknown
St. Camillus Catholic Church (Rockaway Park)
  99-15 Rockaway Beach Boulevard
• unknown
St. Catherine of Sienna Catholic Church (Saint Albans)
  Merged with St. Pascal Baylon to form Our Lady of Light Parish (2008)
118-22 Riverton Street (since 1921)
• Unknown electronic
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1925)
St. Clare Catholic Church (Rosedale)
  137-35 Brookville Boulevard (since 1927)
Top
► II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5069 (1927)
St. Clement Pope Catholic Church (South Ozone Park)
  141-11 123rd Avenue
• unknown
St. Elizabeth Catholic Church (Ozone Park)
  94-20 85th Street at Atlantic Avenue
Present building (since c.1930)
► II/9 Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1930)
First building (c.1873-c.1930)
• A.B. Felgemaker, Op. 481 (1888)
St. Fidelis Catholic Church (College Point)
  123-06 14th Avenue 
Present building (since 1895):
• Müller & Abel (1895)
First building (1856-1895):
• unknown
St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church
  129-16 Rockaway Beach Boulevard
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co.
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church (Astoria)
  21-17 45th Street at 21st Avenue
• III/44 Johannus electronic – Rembrandt 377 (2008)
• II/ Ahlborn-Galanti electronic (1996)
► II/6 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 5985 (1931)
St. Gabriel Catholic Church (East Elmhurst)
  26-26 98th Street at Astoria Boulevard
► II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3971 (1924)
St. Genevieve Catholic Church (Rockaway Point)
  6 Beach 178th Street
• unknown
St. Gerard Majella Catholic Church (Hollis)
  188-16 91st Avenue 
• Allen Organ Company electronic (c.1982)
St. Gertrude Catholic Church (Far Rockaway)
  336 Beach 38th Street 
• unknown
St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church (Bellerose)
  242-20 88th Avenue
• unknown
St. Helen Catholic Church (Howard Beach)
  157-10 83rd Street
• unknown
St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church (Jackson Heights)
  82-02 35th Avenue at 83rd Street
► III/34 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 7479 (1950) – Upper Church
► II/6 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3855 (1920) – Lower Church – moved from St. Patrick RC, LIC (1970)
• unknown (c.1920) – Lower Church
St. John Catholic Church (Corona)
  See Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church (Corona)
St. John Vianney Catholic Church (Flushing)
  140-10 34th Avenue
• unknown 
St. Josaphat Catholic Church (Bayside)
  34-32 210th Street
► II/8 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3103 (1938); reb. Elsener Organ Works (2011)
St. Joseph Catholic Church (Polish) (Jamaica)
  108-43 Sutphin Boulevard (since 1907)
• II/14 Reuben Midmer & Sons (c.1907)
St. Joseph Catholic Church (Long Island City)
  43-19 30th Avenue at 43rd Street
► II/19 Reuter Organ Company, Op. 2184 (1997)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1924)
St. Joseph Catholic Church (Woodhaven)
  See St. Elizabeth Catholic Church, Ozone Park
St. Joseph Convent (Flushing)
  Sanford Avenue and Kissena Boulevard (burned 1961)
• II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9539 (1961)
• II/12 George Jardine & Son (c.1880)
St. Kevin Catholic Church (Flushing)
  45-21 194th Street
• III/ Associated Organ Builders electronic (1986)
Top
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1927) 
St. Leo Catholic Church (Corona)
  104-05 49th Avenue (since c.1904)
► II/11 Wicks Organ Company, Op. 3938 (1959) – orig. in St. Joseph Episcopal, Elmsford, N.Y.
► II/10 Reuben Midmer & Sons (1906) – removed by Organ Clearing House (1991)
St. Luke Catholic Church (Whitestone)
  16-34 Clintonville Street
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic (1981)
St. Margaret Catholic Church (Middle Village)
  79th Place near Juniper Valley Road
Present building (since 1935):
► II/16 W.W. Kimball Co. (1937)
Second building (1907-1935)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1922)
First building (1860-1907)
• unknown
St. Mary Catholic Church (Long Island City)
  10-08 49th Avenue at Vernon Boulevard
Present building (since 1894)
► III/21 Rodgers Instruments electronic (Model 950B) with pipes (2002)
► II/21 Reuben Midmer & Son (1894); elec. by Midmer-Light (1934)
First building (1869-burned 1893)
• unknown
St. Mary, Gate of Heaven Catholic Church (Ozone Park)
  101-25 104th Street (since 1905)
• III/50 Allen Organ Company electronic (2002) – Chancel
• III/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1925) – Gallery (extant but unused)
St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church (Springfield Gardens)
  218-12 136th Avenue
• III/ Midmer-Losh
St. Mary's Nativity Catholic Church (Flushing)
  46-02 Parsons Boulevard
► II/12 Casavant Frères, Op. 2833 (1965)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1926)
St. Mary, Star of the Sea Catholic Church (Far Rockaway)
  19-20 New Haven Avenue and Beach 20th Street
Present building (since c.1975):
• II/ Allen Organ Company electronic (c.2000)
• Hammond electronic
First building (1885-burned 1974):
► II/7 Estey Organ Company, Op. 1081 (1912)
• Unknown (c.1885)
Central Avenue (1857-1885)
• unknown
St. Matthias Catholic Church (Ridgewood – orig. part of Brooklyn)
  58-15 Catalpa (orig. Elm) Avenue near Woodward
► III/40 Casavant Frères, Op. 3573 (1983); rev.
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1932) – Lower Church
► III/37 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 568 (1925); enl. (1953)
► II/10 A.B. Felgemaker, Op. 1168 (1913)
► I/9 Henry Erben – relocated by Felgemaker as Op. 1033
St. Mel Catholic Church (Flushing)
  28-20 154th Street at 28th Avenue
• III/ Rodgers Instruments electronic
St. Michael Catholic Church (Flushing)
  138-37 Barclay Avenue
• III/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917) – 2nd organ
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1898)
St. Monica Catholic Church NE (Jamaica)
  94-20 160th Street at Beaver Road (1857-1973)
► II/8 Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1931) – moved to St. Pius V Church (1973)
• II/12 Reuben Midmer & Sons (<1917)
• Henry Erben (1857)
160th Street and Liberty Avenue (1840-1857)
• unknown
St. Nicholas of Tolentine Catholic Church (Jamaica)
  150-75 Goethals Avenue
• unknown
St. Pancras Catholic Church (Glendale)
  72-22 68th Street at Myrtle Avenue
Present building (since 1926)
► IV/79 Allen Organ Company electronic (2004)
► III/72 Allen Organ Company electronic (1970)
► III/40 Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1926)
First building (1906-1926)
• unknown
St. Pascal Baylon Catholic Church (Saint Albans)
  Merged with St. Catherine of Sienna Church to form Our Lady of Light Parish (2008)
112-43 198th Street (since 1930)
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1931)
St. Patrick Catholic Church (Long Island City)
  39-38 29th Street at 40th Avenue (since 1870)
Present building (since 1898)
► III/19 Kilgen Organ Company (1953)
► III/46reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3596 (1923) – move Roosevelt, Op. 293 (1885) from Clinton Ave. Cong.
► II/3 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 3855 (1920) – Lower Church
• unknown (1904) – Upper Church
• unknown (1898) – Lower Church
FIrst building (1870-burned 1887)
• unknown
Henry and Williams Streets (1868-1870)
Top
• unknown
St. Paul Chong Ha-sang Catholic Chapel & Center (Rego Park)
  32-15 Parsons Boulevard 
• unknown
St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church (Corona)
  98-16 55th Avenue
• unknown
St. Pius V Catholic Church (Jamaica)
  106-12 Liverpool Street (1910-
• unknown
St. Pius X Catholic Church (Rosedale)
  148-10 249th Street 
• unknown
St. Raphael Catholic Church (Blissville, later Long Island City)
  35-20 Greenpoint Avenue at Borden Avenue
Present building (since 1895)
► II/22 Reuben Midmer & Son (1896)
First building (c.1869-1895)
• unknown
St. Rita Catholic Church (Long Island City)
  36-25 11th Street at 36th Avenue
Present building (since c.2000)
► III/54 Allen Organ electronic (2002)
First building (1900-c.2000)
• unknown
St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic Church (Bayside)
  56-15 213th Street 
• unknown
St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church (Rockaway Beach)
  130 Beach 84th Street
• III/ Allen Organ Company electronic
• II/15 Carl Barckhoff (c.1900)
St. Sebastian Catholic Church (Woodside)
  39-63 57th Street 
• III/ Rodgers Instruments electronic – Church
• II/ Rodgers Instruments – Chapel
• II/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1930) – Church
► I/6 George Jardine & Son (1878) – Church
St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr Catholic Church (Polish) (Ozone Park)
  88-10 102nd Avenue (since 1960)
• unknown
86th Street & Rockaway Boulevard (1923-1960) – orig. Nativity of the BVM Catholic Church
• unknown
St. Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Church (Maspeth)
  57-15 61st Street 
• II/10 George Jardine & Son
St. Teresa Catholic Church (Woodside)
  50-20 45th Street
• III/58 Allen Organ Company electronic
• III/17 Frazee (1952)
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4902 (2nd-hand organ)  
St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church (orig. Richmond Hill South; now South Ozone Park)
  109-26 130th Street
• II/4 M.P. Möller (>1999-) – possibly 2nd-hand and moved
• II/26reg M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 6625 (1938)
• II/3 Tellers-Kent Organ Company, Op. 491 (1929)
St. Teresa of Child Catholic Church
  location unknown
• III/16 Frazee Organ Company (1983)
St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church (Woodhaven)
  87-19 88th Avenue (since 1910)
Present building (since 1923)
• IV/87 Allen Organ Company electronic (2002)
• Rodgers Instruments electronic
First building (1910-1923)
• II/ Reuben Midmer & Sons (1913)
St. Virgilius Catholic Church (Broad Channel)
  210 Noel Road 
• unknown
Sts. Joachim and Anne Catholic Church (Queens Village)
  218-26 105th Avenue 
• Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 7005
Transfiguration Catholic Church (Maspeth)
  64-14 Cinton Avenue
Top
• III/50s Allen Organ Company electronic
   
  Seventh-day Adventist
   
Jackson Heights Seventh-day Adventist Church (Woodside)
  72-25 Woodside Avenue
• II/2 Rodgers Instruments – electronic with pipes (1987)
Ridgewood Seventh-day Adventist Church (Ridgewood)
  1925 Gates Avenue
► II/11 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2948 (1920)
South Ozone Park Seventh-day Adventist Church (South Ozone Park)
  120-02 140th Street at 120th Avenue (since 1973) – orig. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
• II/7 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2242 (1916)
Springfield Gardens Seventh-day Adventist Church (Jamaica)
  145-04 176th Street
• IV/ Allen Organ Company electronic
Yugoslavian Seventh-day Adventist Church (Astoria)
  30-89 32nd Street
• unknown
   
  United Church of Christ (UCC)
   
Bowne Street Community Church (Flushing)
  143-11 Roosevelt Avenue
► III/30 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 813 (1929); rev.
The Church-in-the-Gardens (Forest Hills)
  50 Ascan Avenue
► II/50 Allen Organ Company electronic (2001)
► II/9 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 9372 (1960)
► II/11 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3113 (1940)
• II/ Estey Organ Company, Op. 1451 (1916)
Emanuel United Church of Christ (Woodhaven)
  93-12 91st Avenue at Woodhaven Boulevard (since 1939)
► II/12 W.W. Kimball Co. (1923); enlarged (1951)
► II/9 W.W. Kimball Co. (1923) – moved from previous church (1939)
Woodhaven Boulevard at 89th Avenue (1913-1938)
Second building (1924-1938)
► II/9 W.W. Kimball Co. (1923)
First building (1913-1924)
► II/8 Estey Organ Company, Op. 306 (1906) – moved (1922)
St. Mark United Church of Christ (Ridgewood)
  601 Onderdonk Avenue at Grove Street (since 1906) – orig. named St. Mark Reformed Church
• II/9 Estey Organ Company
Victoria Congregational Church (Jamaica)
  144-64 87th Avenue at 148th Street
► II/11 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2433 (1925)
   
  Residences
   
Keith Bigger Residence (Cambria Heights)
  ► II/6 Keith Bigger
Joseph Fitzer Residence
  • II/ Wicks Organ Company, Op. 1502 (c.1937)
C. Harman Residence (Richmond Hill)
  location unknown
• II/ Unknown Builder – reb. by Eifert & Stoehr and moved to Emanuel Lutheran, Corona (1909)
Percy G. James Residence
  Hollis Park Gardens, Hollis
► II/12 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4431 (1926) – reb. and enl. of Möller, Op. 1653
73 Union Hall Street, Jamaica
► II/9 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 1653 (1914)
J. R. Lara Residence (Springfield Gardens)
  location unknown
• III/27 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1281 (1924) – from Willard Theatre, Woodhaven, L.I. (>1927)
Samuel Leggett Residence (Whitestone)
  location unknown
• I/ Davis & Ferris (1845)
Dick Loderhose Residence (Jamaica Estates)
  8425 Radnor Street
• III/19 Robert Morton Organ Co. (1928) – orig. in Loew's Fairmount Theatre, Bronx
• II/7 "Style RJ11" Wurtlizer, Op. 2023 (1929) – pipes from Henri Bendel Fur Salon, NYC (1965)
• III/17 "Style 260 SP" Wurlitzer, Op. 1793 (1927) – from Chester Theatre, Bronx (1965)
• IV/21 "Style 4m SP" Wurlitzer, Op. 1960 (1928) – from Paramount Broadcast Studio, NYC (1958)
• IV/20 "Style Publix 1" Wurlitzer, Op. 1538 (1926) – parts from Hippodrome Theatre, NYC (1956)
• II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 784 (1924) – parts from WMCA Radio, NYC (1956)
• III/11 "Style 235" Wurlitzer, Op. 511 (1922) – from Tivoli Theatre, Newark, NJ (>193-)
Howard Orton Wood Residence (Jamaica)
  148-22 85th Drive
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► II/10 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2543 (1926)
Peter Schaeble Residence (Rosedale)
  128-64 Hook Creek Boulevard
• II/7 "Style RJ11" Wurlitzer, Op. 2023 (1929) – moved from H. Bendel Fur Salon, NYC (1967)
► IV/23 Robert Morton (1928) – moved from Loew's Valencia Theatre, Jamaica
• III/13 Robert Morton (1926) – orig. in Loew's Hillside Theatre, Jamaica
• II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 1300 (1926) – orig. in Boulevard Theatre, Jackson Heights
• II/10 "Style H SP" Wurlitzer, Op. 1434 (1926) – moved from Woodside Theatre, Woodside (1958)
 
  Studios
   
  Film
   
Paramount Famous Lasky Corp. (Astoria)
  34-12 36th Street – now Kaufman-Astoria Studios
► II/3 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2852 (1929)
► II/3 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2833 (1929)
   
  Recording
   
Byers Recording Studios (Woodside)
  6010 Starr Piano Building
38th Avenue and 61st Street
► II/5 Estey Organ Company, Op. 3037 (1932)
 
  Theatres
   
Arion Theatre (Middle Village)
  73-26 Metropolitan Avenue
► II/6 "Style D" Wurlitzer, Op. 1040 (1925)
Bayshore Theatre (Bayshore)
  West Main Street – now a YMCA
• II/8 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4719 (1926)
Belvedere Theatre (Glendale)
  64-28 Myrtle Avenue (<1922-?) – became retail then a bank
► II/4 "Style B" Wurlitzer, Op. 1685 (1927)
• II/5 Robert-Morton (1922)
Boulevard Theatre (Jackson Heights)
 
82-22 Northern Boulevard
• II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 1300 (1926) – moved to Peter Schaeble Residence, Rosedale
Broadway Theatre (Astoria)
  31-15 Broadway
► II/6 "Style D" Wurlitzer, Op. 724 (1923)
Casino Theatre (Richmond Hill)
 
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College Theatre (College Point)
  15-08 College Point Boulevard (aka 122nd Street)
► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 1303 (1926)
Columbia Theatre (Far Rockaway)
  1014 Beach 20th Street
• II/8 Smith Organ Company (no date)
Crossbay Theatre (Woodhaven/Ozone Park)
  9411 Rockaway Boulevard at Woodhaven Boulevard (1924-2005) – became retail
► II/13 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4149 (1924)
Elmwood Theatre (aka Queensboro Theatre) (Elmhurst)
  57-02 Hoffman Drive – became Rock Community Church
• III/10 Link Unit Organs (1928)
Flushing Theatre (Flushing)
  37-11 Main Street
• III/11 Robert-Morton Company (1924) – moved to 92nd Street YMHA in Manhattan (1930)
• Wicks Organ Company, Op. 315 (1920)
Forest Hills Theatre (Long Island City)
  107-16 Continental Avenue
► IV/16 Smith Organ Company (1922)
Fox Kew Gardens Theatre (Kew Gardens)
  Queens Boulevard near Union Turnpike
► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 1777 (1927)
Fox Ridgewood Theatre (Ridgewood)
  See Ridgewood Theatre
Garden Theatre (Springfield Gardens)
  136-16 Farmers Boulevard
• II/18s M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3119 (1921) – moved by Möller from Colonial Th., Palmerton, PA (1925)
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (1921)
Granada Theatre (Corona)
  101-02 37th Avenue
• II/5 Robert Morton (1926)
Idle Hour Theatre (Long Island City)
  10-01 Jackson Avenue
► II/4 "Style 135A" Wurlitzer, Op. 671 (1923)
Jackson Theatre (Jackson Heights)
  40-31 82nd Street
► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 907 (1924) – moved to Peter Schaeble Residence, Rosedale
Jamaica Theatre NE (Jamaica)
 
155-16 Jamaica Avenue
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• III/21 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2019 (1915)
Janice Theatre (Flushing)
  Main Street at Broadway (now Northern Boulevard)
► II/4 "Style 135" Wurlitzer, Op. 859 (1924) – moved from Grand Theatre, Manhattan (1925)
Loew's Astoria Theatre (Astoria) – later UA Astoria Sixplex, closed 2001; now retail
  2860 Steinway Street near 30th Avenue
► III/32 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4377 (1926)
• II/14 Austin Organ Company, Op. 901 (1920)
Loew's Hillside Theatre (Jamaica)
  90-29 Sutphin Boulevard
• III/13 Robert Morton (1926) – sold to Peter Schaeble
Loew's Plaza Theatre (Corona)
  103-12 Roosevelt Avenue
• III/11 Austin Organ Co., Op. 1552 (1927) – moved to Chaminade High School, Mineola, NY (1978)
Loew's Triboro Theatre NE (Astoria) (demolished 1974)
  Steinway Street and 28th Avenue
► III/13 "Style 235 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1699 (1927) – moved from Loew's Canal Th., NYC (1931)
Loew's Valencia Theatre (Jamaica) (closed 1977)
  165-11 Jamaica Avenue at 165th Street – now Tabernacle of Prayer for All People Church
► IV/23 Robert Morton (1928) – moved to Peter Schaeble Residence, Rosedale
Loew's Willard Theatre (Woodhaven)
  96-01 Jamaica Avenue
• III/27 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1281 (1925) – moved to J.R. Lara Res., Springfield Gdns (>1927)
Merrick Theatre (Jamaica)
  163-06 Jamaica Avenue
• III/31 Austin Organ Company, Op. 927 (1920s)
New Astoria Theatre (Astoria)
  location unknown
► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 1781 (1927)
Oasis Theatre (Ridgewood)
  63-57 Fresh Pond Road (1927-1979) – became roller rink then retail
► II/10 "Style HNP" Wurlitzer, Op. 1607 (1927)
Our Civic Theatre (Richmond Hill) – aka Casino Theatre
  113-18 Liberty Avenue
• III/5 Marr & Colton (1923) – top manual was dummy
Palace Theatre (Corona)
  100-20 Northern Boulevard
• II/ Robert-Morton (1921)
Park Theatre (Long Island City)
  • W.W. Kimball Co. (1922)
Park Theatre (South Ozone Park)
  132-15 Rockaway Boulevard
► II/4 "Style B" Wurlitzer, Op. 973 (1924)
Parthenon Theatre (closed)
  329 Wyckoff Avenue at Gates Avenue
• Geo. Kilgen & Son (1928) – possibly for work done
► II/6 "Style 160" Wurlitzer, Op. 376 (1920)
Prospect Theatre NE (Flushing)
  41-10 Main Street
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• III/43 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1452 (1920s)
Queensboro Theatre (Elmhurst)
  See Elmwood Theatre
Queens Theatre (Queens Village)
  219-36 Jamaica Avenue
• III/11 Austin Organ Company, Op. 1569 (1927) – moved to Chaminade High School, Mineola, NY
Rialto Theatre (Jamaica)
  • III/ Midmer-Losh Organ Company (1920)
Ridgewood Theatre
  55-27 Myrtle Avenue
► III/16 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 2408 (1917)
RKO Keith's Richmond Hill Theatre
  117-09 Hillside Avenue
• III/13 Robert Morton (1928)
RKO Keith's Theatre (Flushing) – closed 1986
  129-43 Northern Boulevard
► III/15 "Style 250 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1975 (1928) – moved to College of the Ozarks, Mo. (1968)
RKO Madison Theatre (Ridgewood) – closed 1978; became retail
  54-30 Myrtle Avenue
► III/15 "Style 260 Special" Wurlitzer, Op. 1752 (1927)
RKO Strand Theatre (Far Rockaway)
  714 Beach 20th Street (Central Avenue)
• III/18 Austin Organ Company, Op. 852 (1920s)
Roosevelt Theatre (Woodhaven)
  88-10 Jamaica Avenue
• II/ Robert-Morton (1921)
South Ozone Park Theatre
  • II/5 United States Pipe Organ Co. (Op. 104, 1926)
Steinway Theatre (Astoria) – closed late 1950s, became retail
  31-08 Steinway Street at Jamaica (now 31st) Avenue
► II//9 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 3450 (1922)
► II/15 J.H. & C.S. Odell, Op. 510 (1917)
Strand Theatre (Astoria)
  22-15 Broadway
• II/ W.W. Kimball Co. (1924)
Strand (Spring Valley Community) Theatre
  • II/ Robert Morton (1925)
Sunnyside Theatre (Woodside) NE
  50-19 Roosevelt Avenue
► II/7 "Style E" Wurlitzer, Op. 1410 (1926)
Taft Theatre (Flushing)
  See Flushing Theatre
Town Theatre (Flushing) – demolished 1959
  See Flushing Theatre
Treasureland Theatre (Bayside)
  location unknown
• Marr & Colton (1928)
Unidentified Theatre (Jamaica)
  • United States Pipe Organ Co. (1925)
Willard Theatre (Woodhaven)
  See Loew's Willard Theatre
Woodside Theatre (Woodside)
  • II/10 "Style H SP" Wurlitzer, Op. 1434 (1926) – moved to Peter Schaeble Residence, Rosedale
 
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