Satzkorn village church is located in Dorfstrasse in the Potsdam district of Satzkorn. While being situated at the centre of the village, it is nonetheless slightly hidden behind mature trees. The cemetery surrounding the building is enclosed by a brick wall. This wall is a listed structure.
The church was built in the 13th century from field stones. In 1669, extensive reconstruction of the building took place which is said to have resulted in an increase in size. This is not documented in writing, however. But there is evidence that the square tower was added to the building at that time. In addition, the windows were modernised in Baroque style. While the house was plastered, the tower projecting from the roof was fitted with wooden planking. It is not known who was responsible for the construction and refurbishment of the church. Further alterations were carried out in 1873 and 1908.
The five-sided pulpit was installed in 1671. This carved work of art was donated by Baroness Elisabeth von Hünicke. In 1872 the church acquired an organ from Carll Ludwig Gesell, the later organ-building company Schuke. This was restored in 1945. The sandstone tombstones in the vestibule date back to the 17th century.