The chapel towards north is built in 1560 as a tomb for the Hardenberg to Skovsbo family, however the family was never laid to rest there, which 16 empty coat of arms testifies about.The church is especially interesting because of the frescoes, a unique renaissance decoration in the chapel.
The choir and nave are late Romanic, of the original building there is a sealed of window in the naves wall towards the south.From sengonian time the tower, chapel and porch are all with blinding gables, and the choir and nave got vaults.
The Christ figure, which is painted in the East Cape, is enclosed by the blissful and the resurrected at the bottom. On both sides stand 6 apostles. Jesus lifts his hands in blessing, and the picture (the 3 other Capes) is enclosed by a complete orchestra of 32 angles, is brought to the life in 1964. The angles play all different musical instruments, which is an exceptional representation of great musical interest.
The altarpiece from 1936 frames an elderly painting: let the small children come to me. Romanic granite front. Oak crucifix from 1938 in gothic style.