Forster and Andrews - Hull (1891) –  2 manuals and pedals - tracker action. 1054 organ pipes.

Full historical restoration carried out in 1998 by John Clough of Bradford.

The organ has undergone little change since it was built, the only additions being an electric blower and a balanced swell pedal to replace the original ratchet pedal.

For a full specification of the pipe organ, see National Pipe Organ Register (NPOR) N04037. 


The church has a small choir, affiliated  to the Royal School of Church Music, which sings at Holy Communion (using Common Worship liturgy) and other services.  Morning Prayer services, using the Book of Common Prayer liturgy, also have live music, subject to the availability of an organist.   

The setting used for the Holy Communion services was composed by a former organist.

The South Holderness Deanery Choir, comprising choristers drawn from the churches across the Deanery, is available to lead singing and enhance worship for special occasions and services