Lindevang church was completed in 1930. The church building was built by the architects Thomas Havning and Anton Frederiksen. In 2017-2019, the church has undergone extensive renovation, and the organ has been refurbished and revoiced to the new, improved room acoustics. It was built in 1990, with 37 voices. The disposition is influenced by French and South German Baroque, among others, and the key action is made with single-arm mechanics. Behind the impressive organ case is a (wedge) bellow tower. The facade was designed by architect Rolf Graae, and the organ cases are made of Oregon pine. Keyboard range: C-g’’’ C-f'
Key action: mechanical
Stop action: mechanical and electrical.
Coupler: RP/HV, OV/HV, OV/RP, RP/P, HV/P, OV/P
Combinations: 4 x 2000, Jens Langvad
Tremulants: RP, OV