The next church, masonry with a wooden tower, was erected in 1498 by Wawrzyniec Krokowski. It was a triple-aisle building with a lower presbytery, enclosed from three sides. In 1572, the church was taken over by the Protestants. The current Gothic-Revival church, was erected between 1833 and 1850, founded and designed by Karol Gustaw Adolf von Krockow, on the same plane as the Rotterdam Cathedral. Until 1945, it was an Evangelical church, and, after 1947, a Catholic parish was founded again in Krokowa. The church is situated in the centre of the village, on the junction of the main communication tracks. From the south and east it is surrounded by a cast-iron fence with masonry columns, brought in from the local cemetery in the 1960s. The church in Krokowa is a brick building on stone foundations, with facing elevations. From the east, there is a rectangular annex of an old-time Krokowski mausoleum, with a crypt underneath its eastern part. In the crypt, there are tombstones of the von Krockow family. The church has Gothic-Revival furnishing consisting of a masonry altar, a baptismal font, a pulpit, a music choir and a Baroque processional cross.
Autor: LOT Norda
Foto: M.Bieliński, Dep. Turystyki, UMWP