The Protestant village church of Schönefeld is a late Romanesque stone church from the middle of the 13th century. Several redesigns led to its current appearance. The interior is rather simple. The walls are plastered. The interior with altar and baptismal font are in a modern style. On the church property there is a chapel with the burial place of the then landowner Karl Wrede and his wife.
Not only the church but also the village center has experienced a major change. The modern transport infrastructure is a separating element in the middle of the original Angerdorf. But the church still stands in its place in the middle of Schönefeld. This is precisely why the parish sees itself as a spiritual center for everyone in Schönefeld and people from the surrounding area. The church is a lively center for Sunday services, regular events and festivals such as the Summer Festival and the Schönefeld Festival of Lights.