On the interior the church appears like a long church with a narrower and low-rising choir because the sacristies are situated alongside the choir and a barrel vault is installed above the choir itself. Here one also observes a motif that some of the churches designed by Grosch from the 1850s had, namely wooden columns that run from the floor to the ceiling and insinuate the central nave and the two side naves. This is also marked on the ceiling where the central nave's flat ceiling is raised in relation to the side naves, a feature that Grosch derived from a German pattern book.

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