Learn About Our Organ!
The Berghaus Pipe Organ at La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church in Scottsdale, Arizona contains 91 ranks, 92 stops, and 5067 pipes. Organist and Handbell Director, Dr. Jeremy Peterman, documents various aspects of the large organ, giving special attention to the moving components. Among other things, you’ll see the action of the sliders, harp, chimes, nightingale, tremulant, and solenoids.
There’s so much to explore here that this video is sure to be just one of several Organ Crawl videos devoted to the instrument.
About Our Lutheran Worship
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Central Arizona Guild of Organists
On Sunday, Sept. 20, La Casa de Cristo was a featured participant in the virtual opening ceremony of the Central Arizona Guild of Organists.
They will show one recent organ selection from La Casa (along with 2 other local organist contributors) that exemplifies both the musicianship at our church and the extreme professionalism of our audio/ visual team.
We are honored to be highlighted in this ceremony focusing on technology in the traditional worship service.
91-Rank Berghaus Pipe Organ
Band of Believers
La Casa de Cristo’s Contemporary Lutheran Worship team is made up of many volunteers and staff members at the church and is part of our 10:30am Contemporary Worship. The team includes:
- Director of Music – Jennifer Sheldon
- Assistant Director of Music – Bill McKennon
- Guitarist – Bob Vano
- Basist – Samuel Mayfield
- Keyboardist – Dave Cross
- Drummer – Gary Randall
- Guest Singer – Staci Medina
Robert Davies Harpsichord
- Christmas Cantata
- Christmas Eve (4 services)
- Christmas Day
- Messiah Sing Along
- Desert Sonoran Choral