This neo-Gothic church, built in 1902 according to plans by Ludwig v. Tiedemann, is asymmetrically staggered to great effect. On the south side there is a side aisle adjoined to the main structure, and the 55-metre-high transversal rectangular bell tower is positioned near the choir. A fascia gable adorns the entrance façade with three portals. The square hall structure with wooden barrel vaulting leads into a solid-vaulted rectangular choir. The fittings and colour scheme of the church date back to the time of construction. Today the side aisle is separated from the rest of the church and serves as a winter church and parish hall. The monumental paintings from 1909/10 on the side walls of the choir are a particular highlight: they were painted by Victor Paul Mohn and feature the biblical scenes “Let the little children come to me” and “Disciples of Emmaus”.