The church in Pęzino was erected in the sixteenth century on the initiative of the then town owner, Maćko III from the Pomeranian family Borkowie. In the second half of the 16th century it was rebuilt for the Evangelical parish. Originally, the church had a timber tower, which burned in 1902 from a lightning strike. It was rebuilt after four years, replacing the wood with a brick. With it, a north-facing porch and southern chapel were erected, the interior of the church was renovated and the shape of the windows was changed. The next renovation of the interior and the roof was carried out in 1956.
The church is a aisleless building erected on a rectangular plan with dimensions of 20 x 11.4 meters, without a separate chancel, made of erratic stones and bricks. From the west there is a tower, which originally was timber. The most valuable element of the building is the eastern gable. It is decorated with bricks made of double blendes with tracery motifs. The interior of the church is covered with a timber, beamed ceiling.
Pilch.J, Kowalski S., Leksykon zabytków Pomorza Zachodniego i ziemi lubuskiej, Warszawa 2012.
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