Netherlands - Reformed Congregation - Naaldwijk

Here, the organists play the Content Chapel 236, an organ with a balanced disposition that is very suitable for accompanying congregational singing.

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The Reformed Congregation in Naaldwijk was looking for a two-manual organ that was ideal for accompanying congregational singing during worship services. After listening to and trying out various digital organs and a pipe organ, the choice fell on the Content Chapel 236, due to its extensive capabilities and warm tone colors. The console and speakers of the organ are located at the back of the church, behind a pipe façade designed and built by the congregation themselves.