The Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary stands surrounded by old trees. It is currently a chapel of the Wocławy Parish. The Church faces towards the east, is built on a rectangular plan, and is covered with a high pitched roof. The western wall features stained-glass windows framed with wooden timbers, and on the extension of the facade a square tower was placed with a frame structure, same as the rest of the building. A small porch has been added in the south. This side also features 5 irregularly-spaced windows of various sizes.
Initially, the building served the functions of a private chapel for the Scheweke family, and from 1639 it was the property of the City of Gdańsk. In the 17th and 18th Centuries the church was extended with a presbytery part, tower, and annexe. Thus it assumed the shape that we can admire today.
Foto: M. Bieliński – Dep. Turystyki UMWP