Church Organ

The pipe organ was built by Mr. F. Sands, agents of the English organ builders William Hill and Norman and Beard, at a cost of Rs 34,825 in 1931. It was rehauled and repaired in the year 2003, under the initiative of Commodore Champion. The organists who have played in the Church are Sergeant Desmond Pye, Arthur Mahinder who played for thirty-two years and Bobby Chandy. The organ, one of its kind in the country, now needs massive repairs and is our next big project.