In an archival image from the Filipinas Heritage Library, circa 1971, the cement columns were starting to replace the timber posts. The clerestory windows, although not too clear, seems rectangular as compared to today which is made of cement and resembled more of a port hole. I am not sure what the original clerestory section was made of. Was it made of wood? Or even tabique pampango?
Today, the church is more of its original shell with new additions. Cement arched columns have been put in place of the timber posts. If one will take a peek at the spaces flanking the main entrance, there are now cement columns that provide support to the upper part of the facade and the roof is modern with iron trusses.