The Harrop Center, formerly the parsonage, is like that of an Elizabethan cottage. The first story is built of local granite and limestone, and the second story is of open timber construction with plaster panels. The woodwork is a fine quality of Indian teak, most quaint in its decoration of carved figures, the panels being adze-finished. The interior is comparatively simple, with the exception of the hall, where the woodwork of teak is elaborately carved. This building is now used for the Church School with one room for primary worship and another room a combined library and office.