Its history begins in the 13th century when it was consecrated by Wawrzyniec - Wroclaw's bishop. After the great fire, only the presbytery has remained, whose side walls are the oldest, Romanesque part of the present church. Inside it there are the altar and the pulpit from the19th century which make a really great impression. Outside the church, there is a board dedicated to Marshal Jozef Pilsudski. It was built in on the 70th anniversary of the rising II Republic of Poland. Nowadays most municipal religious and patriotic ceremonies take place in this church.