The church in Słutowo was most probably erected at the turn of the 15th and 16th centuries. In 1861 and in the years 1906-1908 it was renovated and renewed. After the Second World War, it was unused, and then it was partially destroyed and devastated. In the years 1976-1980, its overhaul renovation was carried out.
The church is a small aisleless building on a rectangular plan, without a separate chancel, erected from the erratic stones. From the west side there is a tower on a plan similar to a square. The Gothic eastern gable is decorated with blendes, and below the corners are reinforced with buttresses.