THE congregation of Newsome Parish Church celebrated the arrival of its new organ with a Songs of Praise service.
It was conducted by the vicar, the Rev Ian Jackson, and organist George Marsden gave a demonstration.
He played works by Bach, Handel and Haydn, along with the Easter Hymn and Intermezzo from Mascagni's Cavalleria Rusticana.
The organ is on the balcony. It was originally in Morpeth Methodist Church in Northumberland, which is being renovated and will have a new one.
Wakefield diocesan organ adviser Malcolm Cruise liaised with the Morpeth church to get the organ moved to Huddersfield.
The Newsome church's ailing former organ had suffered rain damage and was getting beyond repair.
David Wood, whose Huddersfield company has refurbished, rebuilt and installed the organ, said: "It is a fine organ, well-made, well-voiced and well worth saving."
Mr Jackson said the church was very grateful to everyone who had made it possible to replace the church's organ.
"The new one sounds really good, with a lovely tone," he added.