The interior of this unique church amazes first and foremost by a masterly manner in which wooden details were done. Inside the church there is a storeyed passage (a gallery) with benches for the faithful (just like in Jakubowice), which was typical for Protestant churches. Evangelicals gathered with families to listen to sermons and seats had to be provided. The most important parishoners, the founders, sat in a special place: benefactor’s private lounge. Compare with Uszyce and Jakubowice), situated above the vestry.
- Surley not once did a solemn protestant song, which told about the trust and faith in God and which was written in 1529 by Martin Luther, sound from the galleries:
„A mighty fortress is our God, A bulwark never failing: Our helper He, amid the flood Of mortal ills prevailing.”
- The benefactor’s lounge adjoins the main nave. From the outside, it outstands from the building as a characteristic annex with a separate entrance for the fouders and owners of the village.
The Altar with Pulpit
The pulpit was once a part of the altar. It was fixed in the place where now the statue of Christ stands.
On the left side of the altar one can still see old stairs which were used by an Evangelican preacher 300 years ago…