It may be of interest to note that at that time the name Woking specifically referred to what is now known as Old Woking; the railway station on Woking Common was only some ten years old; there were as yet only two other buildings within a half mile radius of the station; general education provision was very rudimentary, and building the Westfield School predated that of the first church school in Woking village itself by some 10 years.
In 1997 considerable refurbishment of the worship area took place with the installation of a new floor and a purpose-built crèche at the back. There are three well-equipped meeting/teaching rooms, a fitted kitchen designed with child-safety in mind, and new toilets, including disabled and baby-changing facilities. A Hearing Aid Loop has been fitted in the worship area and doorways altered to allow wheelchair access. There is a large car park to the rear and an attractive garden and grassed area.