The medieval single-nave granite church was built in the mid-thirteenth century. The most attractive feature of the simple interior is the renaissance style main altar with a retable that dates back to 1622. It resembles the altars in St Nicholas' Church in Bad Freienwalde and St Mary’s Church in Eberswalde. The altar has a richly ornamented body with cherubs and botanical ornaments, and the retable has three levels. There are four reliefs depicting the last supper, the crucifixion, the resurrection and the ascension of Christ. The style of the ornaments and figures is related to Dutch engraving templates.
Viewings are possible subject to prior notice to the parish office in Haselberg. Please call + 49 33456-34587.