Martin Luther's rose is carved many times into the oak face of the altar. Inscribed into the pulpit are symbols of the four evangelists: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. The stained glass windows along the right wall are the work of Henry Lee Willet Studios of Philadelphia. They depict the seasons of the church year.

A major renovation was realized in 1997/1998. It included a new office complex, a barrier free washroom, a kitchenette, and a new heating and A/C system.

The sanctuary was re-designed where high above the chancel and altar, a magnificent Luther's Rose stained glass window was added. Designed and crafted by Obata Studios of Toronto, this lovely window speaks to not only worshippers inside the sanctuary, but also travelers who pass by.

In 2008, a wooden banner by Zion artist, David Rankin was placed above the baptismal font that reminds us that we are 'Baptized to Serve'.

In 2011, a beautiful memorial gift enhances the window space above the baptismal font. It is 'A Christian Journey' in four stained glass panels: Baptism, Confirmation, Marriage, and Eternal Life by Zion artist, Maxine Lalonde.