This cross-gabled church has a square bell tower with a spire in the inside corner of the intersecting wings with the entry in its base. Modest detail on the stuccoed masonry building includes shallow triangular pediments above the entry and a small tower window. Large steel windows with a grid of small panes provide ample, uncolored light.
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