There are a few buildings in the city, including the nearby former Post Office, which were constructed when Grudziądz was part of the Prussian Empire.
This looked rather Prussian and it was constructed in the last few years of the nineteenth century. It remained a Lutheran church until after the end of the Second World War, when it became a catholic church.
The church was damaged during the Second World War, but was quickly reconstructed.
Unfortunately, the main part of the church was closed, but there were information boards in the porch. Looking through the glass doors, the interior seemed quite plain. All of the interior from the late nineteenth century has sadly been lost.