Situated on the main Dorchester Road the church was built in 1928 in a typically Victorian style. Whilst it retains most of its original look outside, the interior was modernised and updated in the early 1990s. A glass screened entrance vestibule was created, the pews were removed and the church was decorated throughout to provide a bright and welcoming environment for worship. The carpets, soft comfy chairs, central heating and double glazing ensure a warm and comfortable experience whatever the weather.
No services are taking place at this church for the time being.
The schoolroom, added in the early 1960s is used daily throughout the year by "Smarties" Pre-School. This gives the congregation opportunities to join them for special services such as Harvest Festival, Christingle, Carol Service and Nativity plays. The schoolroom is also the venue for the monthly Afternoon Teas, held on the last Saturday of the month. They offer companionship and recreation for anyone, and are particularly popular with a good number of ladies and a few gentlemen from the local community, and others from further afield. Tea and excellent homemade cakes are always well received.