This prominent and largely unaltered church has walls of local carboniferous limestone and a slate roof. Unusually the door and window openings, quoins, parapet and the like, are not sandstone as in similar local buildings. The front elevation is particularly finely proportioned with semi-circular arches with columns and capitals above the doors and windows.
The small gardens are contained by walls of local stone, capped with sandstone and low railings. The stone boundary wall to Wellington Road has a “cock and hen” coping. Note the attractive traditional workers cottages in the adjacent Wellington Road.