The church was built together with the nearby hospital site in 1421 from the foundation of the prince bishop Jan Kropidło. In 1691, the gothic temple was transformed, giving it a baroque décor. In 1739 the hospital was completely burned. It was rebuilt in a modified form in 1865-1866.
The chapel is founded on a rectangular plan with a three-side ended chancel. The churche’s block, reinforced with buttresses, is covered with a gable roof, bend over the chancel. Gothic windows have been changed from pointed to semicircular in the nineteenth century.
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