THE SOUND OF WEDDINGS BELLS
The church tower soars upwards barely 30 metres from the Manor house. Its character is typical of Margravian Brandenburg, constructed from dark brick with a curved roof, and almost as high as the nearby stork’s nest where a pair of birds lodges every year – a good omen already.
The church itself was originally a half-timbered building from the year 1698. It was plastered at a later date and has been lovingly renovated privately over the last few years with great attention to detail, now gleaming again in its old glory: powder blue, ochre and delicate reed green. The proud highlight is a wooden baptismal font from the year 1607, the Patronat gallery with the coat of arms and inscriptions of the von Bredow family and a well-maintained organ from the year 1717, which we would so like to strike up some melodious chords for you.
Accommodate up to 150 persons.