In 1288, the elaborately designed brick building of the church is said to have been completed. The church consists of a choir, nave and tower. It was built on a foundation of neatly hewn granite blocks.
The three-bay nave with buttresses and cloverleaf arch frieze impresses upon entering the nave. Inside the church, remains of Gothic wall paintings, uncovered in 1959, are well restored. The 14th-century baptismal font is the oldest furnishing detail. Other points of interest include the altar from 1564, the seating from 1724, and the horseshoe-shaped galleries built in 1819, still with inscriptions of those who sat there. In 1849 the Buchholz organ was installed. The first tower of the church was an onion tower, which received its present shape in 1856 and was probably built during the construction of the nave. The present upper storey of the tower was shaped by local craftsmen after a fire.