Churches of the region - Experience small village churches or large, restored buildings from the time of the Knights of St. John. You can feel the powerful charisma of these old buildings and for a moment time stands still.
In 1764/ 1765 the church was built of brick in the classicist style, the first and older one burned down completely. A similarity of the three churches in Diemitz, Schwarz and Lärz results from the fact that the three farming villages were all under the patronage of the monastery of Dobbertin. The altar, which is still preserved in the Diemitz church, is united with the pulpit in rococo style to one body. Beautiful ceiling paintings and a wooden baptismal angel decorate the church.
The tower has two bells from the period after the First World War. The old bells were melted down. The church, is an open church that can be visited from May to October. It is located directly on the pilgrimage route.