The building is an ambitious interpretation of a typical L-shaped plan, with a handsome tower set into the apex of the ell. The Gothic Revival styling, de rigueur for Protestant churches, is seen here in the pointed Tudor windows and in the main door. The skillful handling of the building is no surprise, being the work of renowned Winnipeg architect J.H.G. Russell. Russell was the man often called upon in the design of major Presbyterian churches in Manitoba.