Circa 1890. Small former Episcopal church. Manse.
CHURCH: rectangular-plan; lower gabled vestry adjoined to S. Rendered brick. Timber tracery. Brick crowstepped gables. Brick cross finials to gables to W. Corrugated metal roof to church; grey slates to vestry.
E ELEVATION: gabled porch, with pointed-arched door to E (overgrown, 1992).
N ELEVATION: pointed-arched window, with 2-light plate tracery, breaking through eaves in gabled dormerhead, to right. Window to left. Very small window to outer left.
W ELEVATION: pointed-arched window, with 3-light plate tracery, to gable to left. Vestry to right; window to W; door to left and window to right to S.
S ELEVATION: vestry adjoined to left. Window to right.
INTERIOR: timber panelled. Timber pews. Stained glass to traceried windows; window to N elevation dated "1897". Some coloured glass.
MANSE: single storey. Rectangular-plan; later rectangular-plan block added to N. Painted rubble; block to N painted brick. Painted projecting cills. Segmental-arched openings to porch and N block.
S ELEVATION: 7-bay. Later painted brick gabled porch in centre bay; boarded door, with decorative iron hinges, to W return; window to S; timber decorative cusped bargeboarding, kingpost detail and spike finial to gable. Regular fenestration; gables, with spike finials, over windows in penultimate bays to left and right.
W ELEVATION: M-gabled. Window to left to both gables.
N ELEVATION: 4 regularly spaced windows.
E ELEVATION: L-plan to right. Painted brick flat-roofed porch in re-entrant angle.
Sash and case windows; 12-pane glazing to S block, 4-pane glazing to porch and N block. Coped skews to N block. Painted brick stacks to S block; gablehead to E and W, ridge between 2nd and 3rd bays to left and right. Small purple slates to S block; grey slates to N block. Octagonal can to each stack. Cast-iron rainwater goods.
RAILINGS: very low curved wall to S; rubble with concrete coping. Surmounted by very fine iron arrowhead railings; similarly detailed gate.