Collister United Methodist Church was built in 1913 in the Mission Revival Style. The church, which rests atop a rusticated sandstone base, is clad in stucco and features red terracotta pantile, also boasts several arched stained glass windows and a prominent bell tower, all typical of the style. The bell remains in use and is rung each Sunday morning right before the sermon begins. The windows are arched and unframed. Inside the church, there is space for the choir and the basement doubles as a social hall and kitchen. In 2013 the church underwent exterior repainting and numerous repairs along with the addition of new lighting fixtures.