An historic American organ built in 1884 by George Jardine and Sons found it’s home at First Presbyterian Church in Benton, Arkansas. 

Jardine is known as the most famed organ builder of the New York School.  The organ enriches the architectural beauty of our church beyond the musical support it provides to our worship services.

The oak case is intricate and decorative, and Victorian stencil designs are preserved on the façade pipes, all housed within the organ case. Over 500 years of art, science and tradition came to our congregation with this organ.

For more information and in depth detail about our beautiful organ, please visit our pipe organ specific page on the Organ Historical Society website.