Te Deum Laudamus – We praise thee O Lord. These words are etched into the wooden carving above the organ stool, and are a reminder of the purpose of the Organ.
The Woldingham organ, built by Harrison and Harrison of Durham and London in the 1930s is well equipped to do just that .It is a well maintained and balanced instrument which suits the size of the Church well. Professional organists who visit remark on its quality .It has two manuals and a full pedal keyboard . There are some 864 pipes ranging in size from 16 feet to a few inches.