Denmark's only village church with two spires. The nave, choir and apse is in Roman style, while the side-aisles and the sacristy is in late Gothic style. The pulpit is from the Renaissance; however, the altar and organ facade is Baroque.
In the church, you can see a wooden figure from approx. 1500 of St. George and the dragon. Church frescos from three periods: 1200, 1500 and 1587.
The freestanding bell frame from 1650 is the largest in Denmark.
Cemetery: Monuments 1848-1850, 1864 and 1914-18.