The church in Sucha was built in the 14th century and rebuilt in the following century. Early modern modernizations and renovations were carried out in the 19th and 20th centuries.
The church is built with bricks in monk and Flemish (Gothic) bond and with erratic stones. It is an aisleless building on a rectangular plan, without a separate chancel. The tower on the west side has three floors, an ogival, five-stepped portal, decorative blendes and two small windows on the west. The nave is covered with a timber flat ceiling.
Kubicki D., Gotyckie świątynie powiatów koszalińskiego i kołobrzeskiego, Pelplin 2001.