The church dedicated to Saint Andrew the Apostle in Brudzawy was established in the first half of the 14th century. After the fire that destroyed the temple before 1445, probably during the reconstruction in the second half of the fifteenth century, the brick part of the tower and the east gable, were erected.
The church is built in the gothic style, made of granite boulders and brick. The temple has an aisleless character with a sacristy on the north side and a porch from the south. The square tower in the upper floors changes into an octagonal one.