The church was built in Red Brick with Bath stone dressing to a design of Arthur Blomfield.
The church was built as a chapel of ease for St Mary’s Bryanston Square could seat 600 people. Since the mid-1990S when most of its interior fittings and has been used for many different purposes.
The church and its close neighbours the vicarage and church schools are good examples of High Victorian religious buildings. The church has Grade II Historic England status.