Relatively small, single-space church built on a rectangular plane without a separate presbytery. The church has a framework construction with a wall made of brick. The construction of the bell tower is unique in the region, which, up to the level of the roof, consists of two independent structures erected on the ground, one inside another, with the difference in the walls’ length between 80 and 90 cm. The external construction is topped with a Baroque cupola with a blind lantern, whereas the internal, slightly-lower, construction functions as the bell tower proper. With such a construction, the bells’ swinging does not impact on the church’s structure. The interior of the church is a mixture of late-Baroque forms (the altar), Gothic sculptures and Renaissance bells. The church, included in the Debrzno parish, was added to the register of historic monuments of the Pomeranian Voivodeship.