Formally, the synagogue is a simple affair, largely symmetrical in plan. It is constructed primarily of brick, supplied by the main contractors, Moston Brick and Building Company. The well-known Catholic family firm of Quilligotti supplied the flooring. The stained glass windows, by Lightfoot, are figurative, which is unusual for a Jewish religious building, but reflective of the progressive nature of the Reform congregation. The interior is not ostentatious, but has a refined quality to its décor. Wood panelling exists throughout the shul and is echoed in the construction of the solid pews in the sanctuary, which now show patina from wear over the last 60 years.