The Håstad church was built in the 1300th century in the gothic style. The tower was added in the late Middle Ages. During the Middle Ages the church had an entrance to the south. At the restoration of the church the remains was found and keept at the front and can be seen on the outside of the wall.
Probably the church was quite untouched until 1861, when it was rebuilt according to plans by CG Brunius in Lund. Inside, the church was given a cast a wooden barrel vault, which was destroyed by fire in 1911. Luckily nothing was damaged in the church. The vault was replaced by the ceiling of wood.