The church in Śmiechów was erected in the 13th century, making it one of the oldest in the region. In the 14th century a tower was added to it. Three times underwent major repairs and reconstruction: in the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Orientated towards the sides of the world, made of bricks and erratic stones, the gothic building consists of a single nave, without an externally separated chancel and a quadrilateral tower added from the west. From the east, the church is ended by a semicircle.
Kubicki D., Gotyckie świątynie powiatów koszalińskiego i kołobrzeskiego, Pelplin 2001.