Sandnes church was built in 1882 in neogothic style. The church is built in brick. The tower was elevated in 1949, and some years later the main door with frames were renewned. Sculptor Ståle Kyllingstad did the transformation. In 1962/63, the church was refurbished, and the church's choir along with the nave were elongated. The gallery was built, and the church benches were changed to chained chairs. The baptismal font and the crucifixion group in the choir portal were also made by Ståle Kyllingstad, a local artist who grew up at Soma, west in Sandnes. The altarpiece shows the resurrection and is a copy of the original by Adolf Tidemann in Bragernes church in Drammen. Painted by August Eiebakke.