The church, which has remained unaltered, continues to be a good example of a Gothic Revival ecclesiastical design.
The house, which is of an asymmetric Gothic Revival design, was completed in 1871.
Smith House is of a classical Greek Revival design with a side hall floor plan.
The sanctuary was built in 1858 and is an outstanding example of antebellum Greek Revival ecclesiastical design.
The house is a simple two-story Greek Revival design.
The fourth and current building, constructed from a Gothic Revival design was dedicated on June 20, 1875.
Its architectural significance lies in its austerity of simple Greek Revival design.
The church's Gothic Revival design is evident in the materials and elements of the building.
The first dwellings were small single-story cottages modeled after the Greek Revival design.
Christ Church, completed in 1892 and replacing an earlier church on the same site, is of Gothic Revival design.