The church of St. Michael in Miłoradz was built in the second half of the 14th century. In 1818, the tower of the temple collapsed, the traces of which still remain on the western facade of the temple.
It is an aisleless building, erected on a rectangular plan with a chancel ended from the east with a straight wall, decorated with a gable, richly ornamented with blendes and pinnacles. On the north side the sacristy was added, and from the south side porch. Originally there was a tower on the west side.