For this church:
The building was erected on a green field site. The structure was commonly known as a ‘tin tabernacle’, a form of prefabricated building with a pre-cut timber frame clad with corrugated iron, zinc plated sheets. The roof was of the same material. An old photograph shows that at least the side walls were internally lined with wooden planks. A small extension at the rear housed a boiler for the heating. On the west end of the building an entrance porch was added.