Substantial timber construction with steeply pitched tiled roof and cedarboard-clad walls by architects Goudie & Hill 1962. The unusual structure uses laminated timber portal frames with obscured glass between the frames in both side walls. Flat-roofed porch with masonry bell-tower. Internally, much varnished wood. Inverted-pyramid-shaped pulpit.
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