At the beginning of the 20th century, the patron Count Wilhelm zu Droste Vischering agreed to replace the old, dilapidated church with a new building in the Baroque style, taking over the interior with the Baroque altars.
In 1911 the foundation stone was laid and in 1912 the church was blessed. It was built in neo-baroque style and adapted to the magnificent baroque altars from the sculptor's workshop of Heinrich Papen from Giershagen as well as the baptismal font with alabaster columns. The oldest of the five bells bears the date 1684.
During a renovation in the years 1973 to 1975, the previously light gray exterior color of the church was replaced by the original yellow color.
You can view the impressive interior here.