Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts


The arts play a vital role in the worship life at University Lutheran. Our choir sings on most weeks during the academic year; our brass ensemble often plays during other services; and soloists and small ensembles contribute music year-round. Both our Noack organ and the grand piano are used for preludes and postludes. If you are interested in sharing your musical gifts during worship, please contact music directors Jonathan Mott and Imogene Stulken at music@unilu.org.


Sing with us! The UniLu choir aims to bring high-quality music from a variety of traditions to the community’s worship life. We are students and “students of life,” professional musicians and beginners who just love to sing. On most weeks during the academic year (September – May), we rehearse on Thursday evenings from 7:30-9 pm and on Sunday mornings from 9:15-10 am, and sing at the 10:30 am worship service.

Music director Jonathan Mott will be happy to tell you more at jmott@unilu.org or in person on Sunday mornings. All are welcome!

Organ Information for Organists

Builder: Fritz Noack and Company
Year: 1971

Two Manuals and Pedal
Mechanical action, registers and couplers
Pedal: CC to g 32 notes, concave pedal board

The organ is currently tuned at A440 in Velotti.

Stop List

I Great:
Chimney flute 8′
Principal 4′ (in façade)
Sesquialtera II
Mixture IV

II Brustwerk: enclosed by two doors
Gedackt 8′
Koppelfloete 4′
Principal 2′
Krummhorn 8′

Subbass 16′ (bassnotes built into the case sides)
Pommer 8′
Choralbass 4′ (in façade)

I to Pedal–II to Pedal–I to II

Full view of organ
close-up of organ keyboard

Photos: Susan Worst