On the divided roof of the tower is an iron cross and a painted date of construction of the church (1851). The windows on the nave of the church have the shape of half-blocks. In 3 windows there are colored stained glass windows depicting the Holy Family, Jesus Christ and St. Adalbert.
Inside the church, on a triumphal arch, is the inscription: I AM A WAY AND LIFE. On the ceiling of the church is a rich painting decoration by J. Jelínek from 1951. The paintings depict Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God, St. Anna and the Virgin Mary, Sv. Teresa and other religious motives. From the altar, the image of St. Stephen the King, patron saint of the church. Around the painting is an illusionist painting and 2 statues of adoring angels. The original altar (today it is stored in a niche on the left side of the nave) was after II. removed from the Vatican Council and replaced by an altar bound for the nave of the church.