The parish church was built in the early 19th Century, on the site of a 17th-Century church that burned down in 1899. This Romanesque-Revival brick building was erected on a rectangular plan, with a presbytery. The window and door openings are topped with semicircular arches and the building is complemented with a wooden church tower, located on the west side and topped with a Baroque cupola. The interior of the church is fitted with large amounts of wood, the basic decorative material of the past.
In the main altar, there is a painting of St. Michael fighting with Satan and a copy of the painting of the Virgin Mary of Częstochowa above it. In the main part of the altar there are also four sculptures of Evangelists, whose figures are presented life-size and a gold-plated tabernacle, below the image of St. Michael. The altar is topped with a meticulously-sculpted monstrance. The sacrificial table was built of dark wood, with a relief in its frontal part representing the Last Supper.
Also, there are 14 Stations of the Cross, dating back to 1945. Inside the church there is an 18th-Century baptismal font made of linden and oak wood and historic Baroque altars made of tin.
Autor: J.Musioł, LOT Kaszuby Bytowskie