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Reusable Equipment

Piano at Advent, Manhattan
Beautiful antique (1899) Steinway model A grand piano is for sale by Advent, Manhattan. The piano has rebuilt soundboard and hammers, refinished mahogany case, and original ivory keys. It was previously owned by a professional pianist who maintained it well. The piano is currently set up in the sanctuary at 2504 Broadway (corner of 93rd) and may be viewed by appointment Tuesday through Saturday from 10am to 5pm. To set an appointment, contact Zachary Stevens-Walter (admin@adventnyc.org or 212-665-2504), Office Administrator.  If you would like additional information about the piano, email Frank Martignetti, Director of Music. Asking price $35,000.   

Do you have equipment that may be of use to other congregations? Send information for posting to Rebekah Thornhill. Items must be in good condition. Congregations are responsible for all cost and pick-up arrangements.

Equipment from closed congregations

When congregations close, the synod retains reusable items for use by other ministries.

Currently, there is no equipment available.

MNYS ministries will have first preference, though non-MNYS congregations are also eligible to make requests. The process:

  1. Contact Kathleen Schmidt, Assistant to the Bishop for Finance and Administration.
  2. Provide the name of the congregation, its location, requestor’s contact phone and email, name of the item and its file name.
  3. Arrange for cost payment and pick up. Many items have a nominal cost that the receiving congregation or ministry must pay to the synod. (In case of hardship, you can contact the office of the bishop or the Synod Council to ask for the cost to be reduced or waived.) All items must be picked up by the recipient.

Terms and conditions for item acquisition, including cost, may change without notice.


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