The 75-foot belfry is broken into 3 major sections that are staggered in size from the larger base to the smaller steeple.
On each side of the lower section of the belfry, single wooden double-hung sash windows with one over one lights are positioned level with the doorway and with the upper arched window.
The middle section of the belfry rests on a tiled pent roof that tops the lower section. The third and top section of the belfry, which also rests on a tiled pent roof, has an octagonal steeple capped by a spire and cross. The four wider panels of the octagonal steeple frame an arched louvered vent, while the four smaller panels are filled with a single wooden double-hung sash window with one over one lights. Spaced immediately above these smaller arched windows are circular openings filled with blue glass. The basic octagonal design of the steeple is repeated in the roof cap that is covered with embossed tin shingles framed by metal ridges.
In the 2000 restoration project, the belfry was completely refurbished and repainted. The louvers were secured, the glass in the steeple was replaced, and the severely deteriorated cross was replaced with an exact replica. The rope to the bell tower was replaced and extended down to the ground floor (tied around a brass cleat), which allowed the old church bell to be rung once again from inside the sanctuary.