This neo-Gothic church, picturesquely arranged around the bell tower, was faced by Ludwig von Tiedemann with white Rüdersdorf limestone in alternation with red brick. The vaulted interior widens on the right to a side aisle with gallery. A sandstone altar with an oak wood retable stands in the recessed choir.
Statuettes of Mary and John look up to the Jesus on the cross in the style of medieval triumphal rood groups. The decoration created by Heinrich Wefing also includes a sandstone baptismal angel and two relief tondi of angels playing music on the gallery balustrade above the entrance. The organ has 19 stops and was installed in the neo-Gothic case in 2004 by Georg Wünning of Großolbersdorf (Erzgebirge).