The Christian Reformed Church, The Hague (Christelijke Gereformeerde Kerk Den Haag) is a regional congregation with over 500 members from the Hague area, gathering in the Nebo Church building (Nebokerk). The Nebo Church was built in 1960 in the Moerwijk district. The congregation originated from a merger of the Jerusalem Church (CGK The Hague West), the Nebo Church (CGK The Hague South) and the Moria Church (CGK The Hague Rijswijk). The merger meant that the interior of the Nebokerk had to be renovated, and that a new organ was required. The commission for Mixtuur Orgels was to build an organ that could satisfy the church’s musical practice: both solo and in accompaniment. The console was to be positioned on the podium, where available space was limited. Mixtuur Orgels built a console with excellent amplification in the hall. The sound installation consists of two parts, located alongside the walls on each side of the podium. The organ has a disposition in modern style with three keyboards and free pedal.