Churches Aim to Restore Historic Organ After World Trade Center Terror Attacks


JOHNS CREEK, GA. (AP).- The soaring sounds of a pipe organ silenced when dust from the collapsing World Trade Center invaded its church sanctuary nearly a decade ago could soon fill a place of worship once again. The historic instrument was dismantled and put in storage days after the terror attacks and hasn’t been played since. Now, as the 10-year anniversary of the attacks approaches, Trinity Wall Street is donating the instrument to Johns Creek United Methodist Church outside Atlanta, leaders from both churches confirmed this week. “There are many who have prayed that it will rise again and bring glorious music once more,” the Rev. D. B. Shelnutt Jr. told his