The church was built in the fourteenth century, or as maintained by other studies at the turn of the twelfth / thirteenth century. The first mention of the existence of the parish in Oborzany comes from 1300, the pastor was then Herman, the superior of the monastery in Myślibórz. In 1712, a half-timbered tower was added, and in the 19th century a porch.
The church was built of regularly processed granite cubes. It is a simple and small building, orientated, aisleless, without the chancel distinguished externally, covered with a gable roof, with a half-timbered tower added in early modern times.