In Rhinow, a small town in Rhinower Land, the parish church is in the middle of the town. The core of the church is a Gothic cobblestone stricture built in around 1300. The church captivates with its simplicity but its life-sized figures of Peter and Paul, which flank the pulpit alter dating from 1743, and the wall paintings are impressive. The pulpit rises above a bust of Moses. A golden sun shines high above the altar. It is a symbol of God. The wall paintings date from the 18th century and show the family crest of the von Hagen family, among other things. The church has a horseshoe gallery to the west. The organ there was installed in 1848. The tower is a Gothic cobblestone structure and was also built in the 13th century. The narrow window openings suggest that the tower was also used as a defensive facility. There is another artwork in the lower part of the tower, a carved pietà dating from the early 15th century.
Viewings available by arrangement.