The small rectangular half-timbered church in the center of the village is located in the immediate vicinity of the Pingelhof Agricultural Open-Air Museum. It was probably built after the Thirty Years' War and before 1700. In the cemetery of the village church of Alt Damerow lie buried the members of the Pingel family, who once ran the Pingelhof, now a museum, as a real farm.
Village center and witness to the past - After there were plans in the mid-1990s to demolish the dilapidated building and rebuild it in the open-air museum Mueß/Schwerin, great resistance grew, so that the church was fundamentally renovated thanks to numerous local initiatives and ceremoniously reopened in 1998. Even the small bell in the steeple, which for a long time could not live up to its inscription "Up and down and up again is my whole life" and was only operated by clapper, has been moving by itself again since the renovation. In the cemetery surrounding the church lie buried the members of the Pingel family, who once ran what is now the Pingelhof Museum as a real farm.