The church is famous because of its stately and elegant gothic style. Its silvery shiny wall and three-tiered bell tower catch one’s attention from afar. Overlooking from the top, one can see that the church has a cruciform rooftop. The arch column at the main gate of this historical building of Taipei City is carved with “Built in March 1937”. The changes of the church's exterior chronicle the history of Zhongshan District. During the Japanese colonial period, this Christian Church, built by the Japanese, was near a place called Taisho Cho, hence its original name, “Taisho Street Anglican Church”. As Zhongshan Church has been properly maintained and in use during all these years, it still stands strong and beautiful after 60 years, carrying significant architectural values.
There are various gatherings and worshiping services from Monday to Sunday; visitors are advised to call in advance.