It now sits between modern residential buildings as a relic from another time. It was built for the French Reformed Church when Schwedt had its heyday as a margrave's residence. It was the house of worship for the Huguenots. The Great Elector's Edict of Toleration attracted them to the Oder region, where they introduced tobacco cultivation, among other things. The church also served as a burial chapel for the margrave family. In 1984, the building was completely restored and has been called "Berlischky Pavilion" ever since. It now hosts concerts and is also the town's registry office.