Back in the Middle Ages, they built the former sanctuary up to the height of the nave (to today's height) and built a new sanctuary on the eastern side. Later, they built a tower on the west side.
Sometime between the second half of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century, the church was radically rebuilt. They demolished the tower, the sanctuary, the sacristy and part of the nave on the western and partly on the eastern side. In the west, they built a new sanctuary with a sacristy, and in the east, a new tower built into the facade. New windows were demolished and the old cracked medieval facades of the nave of the church were leveled and new plaster applied. The crypt in the interior of the church was filled in and new paving was laid. They planned the terrain of the former cemetery, which was located around the church.