The church was mentioned for the first time in 1323. In the fifteenth century it was enlarged with a tower and sacristy and covered with vaults.
The church was made of field stones, the tower and the east gable were built of brick in the flemish bond using a zendrówka brick, arranged in diamonds. It is a aisleless building with a rectangular chancel and a tower from the west. The sacristy was built on the north-east side. Gothic pointed portal in the western wall of the tower and in the passage from the porch under the tower to the nave have survived. The eastern gable of the chancel is richly decorated with blendes and pinnacles.