The walls of this Neo-Gothic church are formed from ample expanses of quarry-faced Berea, Ohio, sandstone, laid in random, mostly horizontal, patterns. The broad Tudor-arched openings that punctuate the walls are filled with art glass windows from the Rossbach Company of Columbus, Ohio. A battlemented corner tower tries to add a note of verticality amid so much horizontality, but fails to accomplish its mission.
The church, the fifth building the congregation has occupied, contains an 800-seat sanctuary. Despite its size it manages, thanks to the similarly scaled houses around it, to fit quite nicely into an otherwise exclusively residential neighborhood.