The church is located in the city centre, at 16 Chopina Street. It is surrounded by residential buildings.
The Romanesque church dating from the thirteenth century has a free-standing tower as the only one in the region. The church has a form of a basilica with three naves and a transept, rectangular presbytery and a pentagonal brick chapel adjacent to the southern arm of the transept. The quadrangular tower of the fifteenth century represents a 'passageway' type - it has open arcades, and thus the opportunity to pass it from north to south. The upper part of the tower with a lantern comes from 1756. A drawing of a chessboard can be seen on the walls. Inside the church, behind the main altar, there is a granite altar, unique in the country, built at the turn of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. In the northern wall of the chancel, fragments of medieval geometrical and figural polychrome ornaments with figures of devils playing cards were preserved. There is also a pulpit from 1711 inside the church, made by Hattenkrell, a local sculptor. There is an epitaph with a portrait of Schönenbeck from 1750 embedded in the wall.
Services: Sun. 8 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 6 p.m., Mon-Sat 6 p.m.