The church was built in 1914 and it features three valuable althars, the work of craftsmen from Tyrol. The wooden carved altars and the statues made by these craftsmen were quite popular in Croatia in the late 19th and early 20th century.

While wooden statues can be frequently found in the churches of Dalmatian hinterland, altars are somewhat rarer. These are more of an exception because in those days a Rako family workshop was quite active.