The church is unusual due to its pulpit, font and lectern being made of serpentine. They came from the one time serpentine factory at Poltesco (near Cadgwith), which supplied many of the shop window fronts in Regent's Street, London. The three objects are exceptionally fine and demonstrate the great skills of the serpentine workers at the end of the nineteenth century.
The organ was moved from the front to the back in 1967. It was restored in memory of George Stafford Hart, organist for many years. The reredos and stained glass window on the south wall were given by the Barker family who have been associated with the church for many years.
A well attended meeting of the Building Committee of St Peter's Hall was held in the new room on Dec 14. The Vicar, who presided, congratulated the workers upon the result of their labours. They exceeded far beyond their expectations. Not only had they the large room in which they were gathered, but also the ante room provided with a good slab. (Cornish Range, probably made in Toy's Foundry, Helston) They had a platform consisting of strongly built tables, which could be used for teas, and the room was fully equipped with chairs and forms. Different friends, too, had given various articles for the adornment of the building. ....The total cost was £355, of which £25 was still outstanding, and the paths to the Hall required laying. (This was carried out by volunteers using their horses and drays to haul material from the local beach.)