The Church was first mentioned in writing in 1266. Most probably the rectory was always at the same location. 1550 Construction of a lean-to, 1597 a new presbytery was built as the old one became uninhabitable, at the same time a school was established. The current rectory was built in 1817-1820 as for several years the pastor could no longer stay in the old rectory as this one was delipitated. At every pastors Exchange renovations took place, the last one in 1989. The annexe (former barn, bathhouse, rehearsal room for the trombone company) became the Office of the Dean, where also the employees (Secretary, Office of the Dean, Dean's Office Youth consultant) have their work place.
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