About Chapel Music

 

            In 1992, Arthur Schlueter, Jr. Owner and President of A. E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Company, Inc. decided to expand the company’s product line and services by opening a wholly-owned subsidiary company called Chapel Music Company.  Since the company’s founding, Chapel Music has grown from an Atlanta area representative for Rodgers Instrument Corporation to the exclusive regional representative for the World Organ Group, representing Rodgers, Johannus, Compeman-Hart, Makin, and Monarke Organs for sales and service in Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, and part of Tennessee (visit our territory map to see a detailed view of our area.  Chapel Music provides a varied group of instruments to customers in the search for fine digital organs, as well as customized digital and  pipe/digital Hybrid organs.   Chapel Music also operates an extensive electronic organ service department, which offers skilled repair and maintenance services for all manufactures of electronic and digital organs. 

 

            The Chapel Music is managed by James Sowell, General Manager and is staffed by both full and part time sales representatives as well as full time service technicians and service apprentices.  Chapel Music employees report directly to the General Manager who, in turn, reports directly to Art Schlueter, Jr. President.  Administrative, secretarial, installation, and certain other support staff are provided by A.E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Company.  All fiduciary responsibility for Chapel Music Company rests completely with Arthur Schlueter, Jr. and his son, Arthur Schlueter, III.     

 

             Arthur E. Schlueter, III, serves as the company’s Vice-President and is also the Artistic Director of  A.E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Company.  The firm annually builds and rebuilds many Pipe Organs in the United States and some abroad.  Arthur Schlueter, III is available to Chapel Music clients for tonal consultation on both digital and custom pipe/digital Hybrid instruments. 

 

            While not an inclusive list of our work, highlights of some of our digital and hybrid organ installations include:

 

East Cobb United Methodist Church – Marietta, Georgia

Rodgers Artist Series three manual organ with custom audio system 

 

Holy Spirit Episcopal Church – Gulf Shores, Alabama

Johannus Ecclesia three manual organ with antiphonal division

Martha Bowman United Methodist Church-Macon, Georgia

Rodgers Artist series three manual organ

 

St. Peter Catholic Church-Beaufort, South Carolina

Rodgers Custom four manual Infinity w/custom pipe case and façade.           

 

Commerce Presbyterian Church – Commerce, Georgia

Custom Johannus Ecclesia Pipe Combination Organ with new custom pipe work 

 

Holy Family Catholic Church-Columbus, Georgia

Rodgers Custom four manual Infinity Organ

 

Church of the Good Shepherd Episcopal Church-Cashiers, North Carolina

Rodgers Custom four manual Infinity Organ

 

Allen Memorial United Methodist Church – Athens, Tennessee

Johannus Ecclesia three manual organ with custom audio installation

 

First United Methodist Church-Eatonton, Georgia

Rodgers Masterpiece three manual organ 

 

White Bluff Presbyterian Church – Savannah, Georgia

Technical Upgrade to Rodgers three manual organ with Virtual Organ System

 

Wesley United Methodist Church-Evans, Georgia

Rodgers Infinity three manual organ

 

Second Avenue Baptist Church – Rome, Georgia

Technical Upgrade to Rodgers three manual organ with Virtual Organ System    

 

First United Methodist Church-Thomaston, Georgia

Custom four Manual w/pipe interface to existing 40 rank pipe organ

First United Methodist Church- West Point, Georgia

Rodgers three manual w/12 ranks of pipes

 

St. Brendan the Navigator Catholic Church – Cumming, Georgia

Technical upgrade of Rodgers three manual organ with Virtual Organ System      

 

Mount Carmel United Methodist Church-Norcross, Georgia

Rodgers Artist Series three manual organ

 

First United Methodist Church-Greensboro, Georgia  (new campus)

Rodgers Masterpiece three manual organ

 

Northbrook United Methodist Church-Roswell, Georgia

Rodgers Masterpiece three manual organ

 

McDonough United Methodist Church-McDonough, Georgia

Rodgers two manual w/2 ranks of pipes

 

First United Methodist Church- Madison, Georgia

Rodgers three manual w/11 ranks of pipes

 

The Episcopal Church of St. Peter and St. Paul-Marietta, Georgia

Rodgers three manual w/10 ranks of pipes

 

Ebenezer Baptist Church- Atlanta, Georgia                        

New Horizon Sanctuary, “The Alberta Williams-King Memorial Organ”

Rodgers Custom four manual w/49 ranks of pipes

 

Stone Mountain Seventh-Day Adventists- Stone Mountain, GA

Rodgers two manual console

 

 

Shirley Hills Baptist Church-Warner Robins, GA

Rodgers three manual organ with custom audio

 

First Baptist Church-Peachtree City, GA

Rodgers three manual organ

 

Good Shepherd Episcopal Church-Austell, GA

Rodgers two manual console

 

Westhills Presbyterian Church-Atlanta, GA

Rodgers 940 console, double speakers & amplifiers, antiphonal, PR-300 sequencer

 

Mrs. Edward Brown residence-Jonesboro, GA

Rodgers 940 console, PR-300 sequencer

 

Cascade United Methodist Church-Atlanta, GA

Rodgers 940 console, triple speakers, PR-300 sequencer

 

Mr. Don Amos residence-Alpharetta, GA

Rodgers 940 console, Walker reed package, 

 

First Christian Church-Lawrenceville, GA

Rodgers 805 console, PR-300 sequencer

 

Auburn University-Auburn, AL

Rodgers Grande Double Harpsichord

 

Rivertown United Methodist Church- Austell, GA

Rodgers C-100 console

 

First United Methodist Church-Pine Mountain, GA

Rodgers 940 console, PR-300 sequencer, Zimbelstern

Holy Spirit Catholic Church -Atlanta, GA

Rodgers 955 console interfaced w/ 18 ranks of pipes, custom casework, Walker reed package, antiphonal, RK-76, Rodgers 610 console

 

Cloverleaf Baptist Church-Cleveland, TN

Rodgers 690 console

 

Ft. Valley State College-Ft. Valley, GA

Rodgers 905 console, double speakers, PR-300 sequencer, custom façade

 

First United Methodist Church (chapel)-West Point, GA

Rodgers 751 console (memorial organ for chapel)

 

First Baptist Church-Cartersville, GA

Rodgers 905 console, PR-300S sequencer, antiphonal

 

Providence Missionary Baptist Church-Atlanta, GA

Rodgers W-5000

 

McEachern United Methodist Church-Powder Springs, GA

Rodgers Infinity four manual Organ with Custom Audio System

 

First Baptist Church-Alpharetta, GA

Rodgers 960 console, PR-300 sequencer

 

First Baptist Church-Atlanta, GA 

Rodgers 950 console, antiphonal

 

Antioch United Methodist Church-Gainesville, GA

Rodgers 835 console

 

 

 

Crabapple Baptist Church-Alpharetta, GA

Rodgers 960-SL console, double speakers,

 

Martinez United Methodist Church-Martinez, GA

Rodgers 905-B console, PR-300 sequencer, Zimbelstern

 

Bill Herman residence-Lawrenceville, GA

Rodgers 602-I console

 

Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd-Douglasville, GA

Rodgers 535 console with external speakers

 

St. Timothy Episcopal Church-Calhoun, GA

Rodgers 805-C console

 

St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church-Snellville, GA

Rodgers 950-D interfaced w/ 2 ranks of pipes, PR-300S, double speakers, antiphonal

 

St. Mary’s Catholic Church-Rome, GA

Rodgers 960-DL console

 

Northbrook United Methodist Church-Roswell, GA

Rodgers 960-DL console

 

 

Central Baptist Church-Gainesville, GA

Rodgers 835B console, PR300S sequencer, antiphonal

 

Inman United Methodist Church-Fayetteville, GA

Rodgers 790 console

 

Atlanta Bible Baptist Church-Atlanta, GA 

Rodgers 905 console, PR-300 sequencer

 

Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church-Lilburn, GA

Rodgers 960D console, antiphonal

 

Westminster Presbyterian Church-Rome, GA

Rodgers 950 console

 

Gwinnett Baptist Tabernacle-Doraville, GA

Rodgers 905 console, PR-300 sequencer, antiphonal

 

Eastside Baptist Church-Marietta, GA

Rodgers W-5000

 

Allen Temple AME-Atlanta, GA

950 console with orchestral division interfaced w/16 ranks of Wicks pipes

 

Michael Ostro Residence-Woodstock, GA

Rodgers 960 console

 

 

Bible Baptist Church-Hampton, GA

Rodgers 805-C console, PR-300S

 

First United Methodist Church (sanctuary)-West Point, GA

Rodgers custom 928 console interfaced with 12 ranks of Hinners pipes

           

 

St. Joseph’s Episcopal Church-McDonough, GA

Rodgers 940 console

 

Chapelwood United Methodist Church-Athens, GA

Rodgers 905 console, antiphonal, PR-300 sequencer

 

First United Methodist Church-Chatsworth, GA

Rodgers 835 console, PR-300 sequencer, antiphonal

 

Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church-Stone Mountain, GA

Rodgers 940 console, double speakers, antiphonal, Rodgers/Roland W-50 keyboard

 

Westminster Presbyterian Church-Rome, GA

Rodgers 940 console, double speakers and amplification, antiphonal

 

Ray Thomas Memorial Presbyterian Church-Marietta, GA

Rodgers 960D console, antiphonal

 

Northeast Baptist Church-Atlanta, GA

Rodgers 905 console, double. speakers and amplification,  PR-300 sequencer

 

 

Fayette Seventh-Day Adventist Church-Fayetteville, GA

Rodgers 702 console, PR-300 sequencer

 

Mt. Carmel Baptist Church-Norcross, GA

Rodgers 905 console, PR-300 sequencer

 

St. Andrew’s Roman Catholic Church-Roswell, GA

Rodgers 950 console w/ orchestral division       

           

 

East Cleveland Baptist Church-Cleveland, GA 

Rodgers 610 console

 

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church-Milledgeville, GA

Rodgers 905 console interfaced with Schantz pipe organ,  PR-300 sequencer

 

First Baptist Church-Cedartown, GA

Rodgers 602-I Chapel Organ

Rodgers 955 console, antiphonal, PR-300 sequencer, Zimbelstern

 

Kiokee Baptist Church-Appling, GA

Rodgers 955 console, antiphonal, PR-300 sequencer, Zimbelstern

 

Eastern Heights Presbyterian Church-Savannah, GA

Rodgers 550 console

 

Ebenezer Presbyterian Church-Hogansville, GA

Rodgers 702 console, PR-300 sequencer

 

First United Methodist Church-Jefferson, GA

Rodgers 940 console, double speakers, antiphonal, PR-300 sequencer, Rodgers sound & music system

 

Due West United Methodist Church-Marietta, GA

Roland/Rodgers W-50 Keyboard

 

St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church-Athens, GA

Rodgers 940 console, double speakers,  PR-300 sequencer, Zimbelstern

 

Zion Hills Baptist Church-Atlanta, GA

Rodgers 960DM console, antiphonal, PR-300 sequencer, Zimbelstern

 

 

Mt. Yonah Baptist Church-Cleveland, GA

Rodgers 441console, external speakers

 

Providence Baptist Church-Opelika, AL

Rodgers 928 console, double speakers, PR-300 sequencer

 

First Christian Church-Carrollton, GA

Rodgers 835 console, double speakers, PR-300 sequencer

 

Pleasant Valley South Baptist Church-Rome, GA

Rodgers 835 console, double speakers, PR-300 sequencer

 

Kirkwood Presbyterian Church-Kennesaw, GA

Rodgers 805 console, PR-300 sequencer

 

Starrsville United Methodist Church-Covington, GA

Rodgers 805 console, PR-300 sequencer

 

Dr. Daniel  Balber residence-Sedalia, MO

Rodgers 660 console

 

McConnell Memorial Baptist Church-Hiawassee, Ga

Rodgers 690 console

 

First Baptist Church-Redan, GA

Roland/Rodgers W-50 Keyboard

 

Philadelphia Baptist Church-Conyers, GA

Rodgers 720 console

           

 

St. Philip AME Church-Atlanta, GA

Rodgers 950 console

           

Wynnbrook Baptist Church-Columbus, GA

Rodgers 960 DL console

 

The Episcopal Church of St. Paul the Apostle-Savannah, GA

Rodgers 940 console interfaced 24 ranks of Ruffatti pipes

 

Berean Baptist Church-Lilburn, GA

Rodgers 835-B console

 

Mr. & Mrs. James Greene residence-Marietta, GA

Rodgers 790 console, PR-300S sequencer

 

 

St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church-Decatur, GA

Rodgers 905 console

 

St. Paul’s A.M.E.-Atlanta, GA

Rodgers 950, double amplification, Rodgers PR-300S sequencer

 

Ann Camp residence-Jonesboro, GA

Rodgers 535 console

 

Korean Seventh-Day Adventist Church-Collegedale, TN

Rodgers 795 console with double speakers

 

Calhoun Seventh-Day Adventist Church-Calhoun, GA

Rodgers 950 console with double speakers

 

Eastanollee Baptist Church-Eastanollee, GA

Rodgers 535, two Rodgers SW5.0 speakers

 

First United Methodist Church-Powder Springs, GA

Rodgers 805C

 

Mr. Eugene B. Hill residence-Dunwoody, GA

Rodgers 790

 

Snow Springs Baptist Church-Adairsville, GA

Rodgers 805C console

 

Lizella Baptist Church-Lizella, GA

Rodgers 835B console

Ivy Creek Baptist Church-Buford, GA

Rodgers 535 console

 

Annette Brown residence-Marietta, GA

Rodgers 525 console

 

Church of Christ-Peachtree City, GA

Rodgers 535 console, two FR 5.0 speakers

           

Harlem United Methodist Church-Harlem, GA

Rodgers 805C console with custom specification,

 

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church-Woodstock, GA

Rodgers 960 console with custom audio system, antiphonal system,

 

St. Thomas More Catholic Church-Atlanta, GA

Rodgers 950 console with custom audio system

 

Central Baptist Church-Albany, GA

Rodgers W-5000 console

 

Park Street United Methodist Church-Atlanta, GA

Rodgers 950 console with standard audio system

 

First United Methodist Church-Madison, GA

Rodgers 905 interfaced with 5-rank Austin pipe organ

 

 

Georgia United Korean Seventh Day Adventist Church-Duluth, GA

Rodgers 795 console with standard audio system and two ranks of speaking pipes

 

The Catholic Center at the University of Georgia-Athens, GA

Rodgers 795 with standard audio system

 

New Life Baptist Church-Barnesville, GA

Rodgers 790B with standard audio system with Yamaha sequencer

 

First Baptist Church-Conyers, GA

Rodgers W5000 console

                       

 

Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church-Duluth, GA

Rodgers 950 console interfaced with 2 ranks of pipe, and a custom designed audio system

 

First Baptist Church of LaFayette-Lafayette, GA

Rodgers 950 console

 

Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Moorehouse residence-Buford, GA

Rodger T837 console

 

Heritage Baptist Fellowship Church-Waleska, GA

Rodgers 905 console with standard audio system

 

Mr. Marc Tyson, residence-Marietta, GA

Rodgers 525 console

 

 

Sister’s Baptist Church-Sandersville, GA

Rodgers W5000C console

 

Lindsay Street Baptist Church-Atlanta, GA

Rodgers T967 with custom audio system

 

Radcliffe Presbyterian Church-Atlanta, GA

Rodgers 905 with custom audio system

 

First Presbyterian Church-Douglasville, GA

Rodgers T967 with custom audio system and antiphonal

 

Beallwood Baptist Church-Columbus, GA

Rodgers T837 with standard audio system

 

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Bernard, M.D. residence-Columbus, GA

Rodgers 687

 

First Baptist Church of Valley-Valley, AL

Rodgers 790 standard audio system

 

First Baptist Church-Jasper, GA

Rodgers 927 console interfaced with 18 ranks of pipe and custom designed audio system

 

First Baptist Church-Rockmart, GA

Rodgers 905 console interfaced with 10 ranks of pipe and custom designed audio system

 

Briarlake Baptist Church- (chapel)-Decatur, GA

Rodgers 837 console interfaced with existing pipes

Calvary Baptist Church-Loganville, GA

Rodgers 557 with standard audio system

 

St. Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church-Woodstock, GA

Rodgers 927 with standard audio system, PR-300S MIDI sequencer and the Sound Organ Library

 

Tom & Gloria McCoy-residence-Jonesboro, GA

Rodgers 577 with internal speaker system

 

First Presbyterian Church-Jonesboro, GA

Rodgers 577 with standard external audio system

 

Evangel Temple-Columbus, GA

Rodgers 927 with Custom  audio system,

 

About Chapel Music

 

            In 1992, Arthur Schlueter, Jr. Owner and President of A. E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Company, Inc. decided to expand the company’s product line and services by opening a wholly-owned subsidiary company called Chapel Music Company.  Since the company’s founding, Chapel Music has grown from an Atlanta area representative for Rodgers Instrument Corporation to the exclusive regional representative for the World Organ Group, representing Rodgers, Johannus, Compeman-Hart, Makin, and Monarke Organs for sales and service in Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, and part of Tennessee (visit our territory map to see a detailed view of our area.  Chapel Music provides a varied group of instruments to customers in the search for fine digital organs, as well as customized digital and  pipe/digital Hybrid organs.   Chapel Music also operates an extensive electronic organ service department, which offers skilled repair and maintenance services for all manufactures of electronic and digital organs. 

 

           Chapel Music is managed by James Sowell, General Manager and is staffed by both full and part time sales representatives as well as full time service technicians and service apprentices.  Chapel Music employees report directly to the General Manager who, in turn, reports directly to Art Schlueter, Jr. President.  Administrative, secretarial, installation, and certain other support staff are provided by A.E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Company.  All fiduciary responsibility for Chapel Music Company rests completely with Arthur Schlueter, Jr. and his son, Arthur Schlueter, III.     

 

             Arthur E. Schlueter, III, serves as the company’s Vice-President and is also the Artistic Director of  A.E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Company.  The firm annually builds and rebuilds many Pipe Organs in the United States and some abroad.  Arthur Schlueter, III is available to Chapel Music clients for tonal consultation on both digital and custom pipe/digital Hybrid instruments.