The church was erected in the fifteenth century, its consecration took place in 1440. In 1705 from the west side a wooden tower was added, however, it was destroyed along with the whole temple during the Second World War. The church was rebuilt in the first half of the 1970s. Unfortunately, an ugly annex was created from the southern side, serving today as a sacristy.
The church is a simple, gothic building erected of glacial erratic stones on a rectangular plan. The north and south walls are pierced with pointed windows, one window is also on the eastern side. The eastern and western gables were built in brick.