A pipe organ can rumble. You feel it in your tummy. It can sigh too. But a flooded organ makes no sound at all.
Floods soaked church organ parts in Michigan [MIH-shuh-gn]. Skilled people will fix them.
Read More: The organ in a church might be upstairs in the choir loft. You might see small to large pipes at the front of the church. But the parts that push the air through those pipes to make sound are usually in the church basement. That is where floods damaged the organs. People like David Hufford and Stephen Warner in Detroit will work on them. They hope the organs will make music again by Thanksgiving. Organs can help people to praise God. Psalm 150 mentions using trumpet, harp, and clashing cymbals. Pipe organs can make those sounds.