Today’s church was built in 1766, but the church’s place has been here since Christianity began. Once the bell tower was a separate building next to the church, the area around the house of worship was fenced in and housed graves. In the altar part of the church is a crypt that buries not only the pastors but also the owners of the Malpils and surrounding estates. Church organs are an important last and largest instrument made by Latvian organ builder Kaspars Skersten. in 2004, modern stained glass windows were placed in two windows of the church, which fit harmoniously into the interior styled in the style of national romanticism.