Quality Craftsmanship & Service
Combining the centuries-old art of church organ building with 21st century technologies. Located in Lancaster County, the Buch Church Organ Company was founded in 1957 by Fred N. Buch at its present location in the Lincoln section of Ephrata, Pennsylvania.
Over 63 Years of Success
At Buch Organs, we are church organists and will listen to your desires and concerns then recommend the organ and installation that will best meet your goals and requirements.
A Collection of Excellence
In 2009, Buch Organs, LLC was established to assume leadership of the Buch Church Organ Company and has expanded the representation to include the Global Organ Group, KEF US Audio and R. A. Colby, Inc.
Your Church Organ Partners
We provide a wide variety of Church Organ services including Pipe Organ services, Digital/Electronic organ services, Organ Design and Sales, Consultation, Installations, Upgrades, Rebuilds and more.
At Buch Organs, we are church organists and will listen to your desires and concerns then recommend the organ and installation that will best meet your goals and requirements. Connect with us today to learn more!
As a representative for the Global Organ Group brands (Rodgers, Johannus, Makin and Copeman & Hart), we serve the following counties in Central and Southeastern PA: Adams, Berks, Bradford, Centre, Clinton, Columbia, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lycoming, Mifflin, Montour, Northumberland, Perry, Schuylkill, Snyder, Sullivan, Tioga, Union and York.
65+ Years Experience
Over 65 years of success of the Buch Organ Company can be attributed to following our three-fold mission statement:
Determine the musical, acoustical and architectural requirements of each church, Design and install a custom organ to meet those requirements at a very reasonable price, and Provide excellent maintenance service.
Experiences with Buch Organs
I was ‘happy’ with my C-330, I’m ecstatic with the musical capabilities of the 599.
– Walt S.
We are loving the new organ! Not a Sunday goes by that the organist doesn’t surprise me with a great new sound!
– William King