The church probably dates from the 16th century. In the 18th century it was rebuilt, then the window openings took on the typical style of this period. During World War II the church was destroyed. In the years 2006-2012, it was renovated.
The church was built of brick and rubble on the rectangular plan. It is an aisleless building without a separate chancel. The original entrance was on the south side. The east façade was decorated with a late Gothic gable with five longitudinal blendes.