The church at Zehna is part of the Lutheran parish of Lohmen in the Rostock district.
The church building of the village church, the construction of which was started in the second half of the 13th century, was built in the period of transition from Romanesque to Gothic. Brick has been used for the design of the gable walls and windows. The eastern choir wall has a gable richly decorated with blinds, a toothed frieze and a group of triple windows. In the late Gothic carved altar from the 16th century, there is a Madonna between four saints in the central shrine. In the side wings there are figures of apostles in two rows one above the other. Also special is the wooden pulpit from 1575. The oldest piece of equipment is a granite baptismal font from the 13th century.
Church tours are to be arranged with the Lunow family in Zehna. Tel.: 038458 / 20349.