The church is built in the Victorian Gothic style and constructed of grit stone with large strong external buttresses, a West End tower, East End chancel, nave and gallery on three sides.
Stone surround window reveals are sub divided with cast iron frames incorporating leaded and stained glass windows.
Single storey stone structure at the west and south-east end of the church are later additions.
Other facilities within the church include; Male and Female toilet areas, Kitchen, Lounge, Clergy Vestry and gallery storage rooms.
Cantilevered stone tread staircases of semi- circular layout enables access to the gallery.
A second staircase is provided for access to the basement.
A stone spiral staircase is provided for partial access into the West End tower.
A decorative carved hardwood screen partly encloses the chancel.
A further glazed screen was inserted during the 1970s across the west end forming a narthex.
Due to structural failure, the West End tower pinnacles were removed in the 1960s.
The tower was reconstructed during 2000/2001 restoring the original ‘Goodwin’ appearance.
The church’s sanctuary platform was re constructed during 2004. This included a marble finished sanctuary platform and marble altar. The naves flooring was lifted to form level access, fitted with underfloor heating and finished with oak plank flooring and new oak pews. The church also purchased a Makin electronic organ.