Above is one of the stained glass windows in the church. There is a fine collection of 1930s glass depicting a number of gospel stories and sayings.
The main part of the church was constructed in the 1930s as the result of a generous gift from a local Methodist, Mr Frank Derry. The gift is commemorated in a window in south aisle.
The church and accompanying vestries and class rooms replaced an earlier chapel that was then converted into the main hall.
Work took place around the millennium to provide a better link between the parts of the site, to provide step free access to the worship area, and a new kitchen.