The building for this Anglo-Catholic parish is a unique but successful and interesting blend of Art Deco, Romanesque Revival, Byzantine Revival, and Gothic Revival architecture; the organ is located in a transept and the choir in the rear gallery; the nave is not long, so the arrangement works. In the 1940s a 3-rank gallery division was added. From the church website: In 1963, Casavant Frères proposed a new scheme for the organ based on developments in organ building after World War II; however, cost prohibited this from taking place. Water from a leaking roof became a problem such that, in the late 1980s, a significant renovation of the organ was necessitated. This work incorporated some of the ideas presented by the builder in 1963. In 2003 a complete overhaul of the console was completed by Casavant.We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on January 10, 2020.