This wood-framed church features elements of Greek Revival and Carpenter Gothic style architecture. The design came from a pattern book called "Book of Plans for Churches and Parsonages."
The church's structure includes a bell tower, pediment and symmetrical windows, which are typical characteristics of Greek Revival churches. Its Carpenter Gothic elements are mainly decorative, including ornamental wood trim and a finial.
In the tradition of most New England meeting houses, three entrance doors grace this structure. The main entrance at the center of the south wall was called the "Door of Honor," and was used by the minister and his family, as well as any honored out-of-town guests. The other doors, located to the right (east) and left (west) of this center door were used by women and men, respectively.
Over the years, a number of renovations and remodeling projects have altered and modified the interior layout and appearance of our Chapel, but the original construction has remained intact and unchanged.