The gothic church of the Holy Trinity was built in 1437. After the destruction made by the Teutonic Knights, it was rebuilt in the fifteenth century. In the years 1681-1686, from the north, a porch was added, and the sacristy from the east. Since 1992, the building serves the Eastern Orthodox Church congregation.
It is a five-span, aisleless temple, built of brick, on a rectangular plan with a three-side ended chancel from the east. The nave is covered with a gable roof, with a bell at the top of the front.