The last renovation of the church that changed its spatial layout took place in the early 19th Century, and its effects can be admired to this day. The church in Pieniężnica does not have an isolated part in the nave for the presbytery. The church is accessed through its tower, topped with a Baroque cupola, covered with a sheet. Inside the church there is an 18th-Century main altar with a cross from the 13th Century and a Rococo pulpit with sculptures of the Evangelists. The structure is complemented with a metal bell tower with a pitched roof, with three bells.