Immediately following the building of the church, in 1969, Orgues et Montagnes
was created to undertake the construction of an organ and,
subsequently, to manage the musical activities around it.
Its first chairman was Jean DUBOIN. The Association
was headed between 1988 and 2004 by Jacques BOUTEILLER,
and merged in 2004 with Notre-Dame des Neiges, headed by
Eric FREYSSELINARD, in 2004.
Named "Christophe-Raphaël", the organ was inaugurated,
in 1978, by Jean GUILLOU who has engineered its musical
composition. The organ builder is Detlef KLEUKER,
from Bielefeld (Germany). The case of the organ, well known
thanks to its original shape (the hand of God...), was designed
by the architect of the church, Jean MAROL.
Jean-Paul IMBERT is the titular organist since 1993.