The church had a very humble beginning. It began as a brush shelter. Later, a small wooden structure was constructed and wired with electricity.
The early building was darned with the signature bell and a steeple. Years later, stones were built around the wooden structure, two bathrooms
and a foyer were added, and the wood stove was replaced with gas heaters.
Under the leadership of Pastor James K. Clarida, the right wing of the church was added, which included a fellowship hall and restroom. This new fellowship hall was a much needed replacement for the old tin trailer, which had served as the fellowship hall for many years. Red carpet was installed, the banister surrounding the pulpit was revamped and the choir stand was extended.
The vision continued under the leadership of Dr. Willie J. Cox. The left wing was added which included a pastor's study with a restroom, a secretary and finance room, a conference room, two Sunday School rooms, a choir room for the men and a breezeway bridging the wings of the church. A lighted bulletin board was installed on the church campus and a steeple was mounted on the building.
The Sarah Lewis Library was established and dedicated in honor of Mother Sarah Lofton Lewis.