The current Neo-Romanesque construction dates from the second half of the 19th century and replaces an old chapel. It is characterised by a play of volumes inherent in the Mosan architecture of the 11th and 12th centuries.
On the outside, an old cemetery surrounds the church.
On the interior, one will notice the wooden ceiling painted with stencils. The recently repainted church gives an impression of freshness. The statues and the Way of the Cross, which were removed in the 1960s, have found their place in the edifice again.