Note: 2 photographs and site plan of church are included in the 1913 survey; a site plan of additions is found in the 1931 survey.
The following architectural details were indicated on the
Contributionship forms in the survey for the church dated
17 year old stone building; hipped/flat slate/tin roof; 2 open stairs; electric and gas lights; gas range in kitchen; steam, gas heat "Boiler room 75 h.p. engine Dynamo. Small Engine drives heating fans & motor drives ventilating fan."
Exposures: "Small Bldg used for choir rehearsals, behind which is a one story frame garage adjoining a blank wall."
Survey dated 9/16/31 for additions north east side of Germantown Ave., about 120 ft. north west from High St.:
The following architectural details were indicated on the Contributionship forms for 1931 addition:
New brick and stone building, fire resistant in part; stone parapet walls and cornice; hipped and flat roof, slate and slag; all steel joists, plaster on wire ceilings, hollow tile and brick partitions, reinforced concrete floors on steel joists, protected steel columns; two open stairs; oil hot water heat; electric lighting; kalamein and metal-lined wood fire doors.