The Romanesque Revival style has in this case been realized in wood, and the scale is almost domestic. Entrance to the church is gained through a porch and doorway at the base of the small open lantern tower. The front gable end contains a large arched window composed of a full circle above accompanied on each side by half-lunettes, and, below, by a row of narrow rectangular windows. Although it was constructed of wood, the open lantern tower has been designed to suggest its masonry antecedents.
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