The church was erected at the turn of the 15th and 16th centuries. In the first half of the 18th century, a timber tower was added to it from the west. During the storm in 1776, this tower was destroyed, and then in 1854-1855 it was thoroughly renovated and decorated with a new, pointed top. In the period from 1945 to around 1975, the temple was abandoned and devastated. It was only in the years 1974-1982 that a thorough renovation was carried out, and in the years 1985-1986 a styleless sacristy was placed in the place of the former tower.
Built of erratic stones and bricks, the church is a small, aisleless, village temple founded on a rectangular plan. Its silhouette is distinguished by two gables on shorter façades, decorated with blendes and pinnacles.
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