The sanctuary's most
prominent feature is a three-stage tower, centered on the facade of the
gabled building. The Sanctuary is three bays wide, and the
main entrance is located in the tower with double pine doors with
pointed-arched panels. The entrance is approached by granite steps with granite handrails and pointed
newel posts. Above the doors is a single large gothic-arch
window. The tower's third stage features recessed panels and is topped by
crenellated parapet walls with pinnacles on the four corners. All
of the many pinnacles that rise from the walls and towers of the
buildings are covered with copper and topped with five-pointed finials.
The eight-sided spire is divided into four sections and covered with
slate shingles in a diamond pattern. The lowest section of the
four louvered gabled dormers. Four smaller dormers are located
high in the spire's second section. Carved diamonds with crockets
are located in the second and third sections. The spire's top
section is covered with crockets. The tower is supported by corner
stepped-buttresses. Secondary doors are located in the facade on
either side of the tower. These single pine doors feature triple
pointed-arch panels, and are topped with pointed-arch windows. The
facade is topped by parapet walls that begin at tall corner buttresses
and terminate at the tower. The sloping parapet walls are pierced
at regular intervals by small loop openings. The sanctuary is five
bays deep, with the side bays delineated by stepped buttresses.
The side bays contain gothic-arch windows. The windows incorporate
exterior multi light windows that protect stained glass. The
principal roof section is covered with slate shingles accented with rows
of cut "fish-scale" shingles. The west elevation features a
gabled section with one large pointed-arch opening. The rear of
principal building is divided into three sections featuring a round vent
and a massive masonry flue.
front-gabled chapel is attached to the east elevation of the
sanctuary. The chapel features a three-stage square tower with a
crenellated parapets and corner finials. The front and south side
gables are steeply pitched and feature rows of narrow windows on the
first and second stories. One bay extends to the east, containing
and entrance with a replacement door. The rear of the chapel
features a center gabled section with a gothic-arch window over
replacement door. A late 20th-century front-gabled building is
locate to the east of the chapel. The building is well
differentiated with faux-arch windows and darker colored stucco.
A massive, late-20th
century, stuccoed educational building is connected to the west
elevation of the sanctuary. The large two-story building features
gables, projecting bays, and a flat-roofed section. The
educational building projects south, slightly past the facade of the
sanctuary, and blocks the view of the sanctuary from the west.
The interior of the sanctuary
features a vaulted ceiling accented with timber framing.
Doorways, windows, and a large alcove are situated in gothic-arch
openings accented with wood trim. Pews and fixtures appear to
date from the mid-20th century.