Built in the Salian era, the 12th century, the church once belonged to the Höningen monastery. The three-storey choir tower, which was originally crowned by a gable roof, and the apse on the east side still date from the Romanesque period. Connoisseurs consider the church to be one of the most beautiful monuments that bears witness to the art of the medieval Wormser Bauhütte. The stylistic relationship to Worms Cathedral is particularly evident in the parts of the exterior construction as well as in the interior in the rim and pointed arches and the round columns.
Art lovers can get the key to the church in the vicarage next door.