One thing can be said about the church in Trutnowy: built in the 14th century, it survived to the present day in an almost unchanged form. Small reconstructions only took place in the 19th century. It is built of brick with a characteristic foundation of cut stones. In the temple, above the entrance to the presbytery, there is a stone cartouche with the coat of arms of Gdańsk and the date 1687. On the eastern wall there is a memorial board commemorating the flood that took place in 1829. At that time, the water reached a height of 1.5m. Inside, it is worth noting the main altar from the late seventeenth century, the pulpit and baptismal font from the 18th century, as well as the Baroque stalls, music choir and confessional. The building is located in the community of Cedry Wielkie.
- Adres Trutnowy 36, 83-020 Trutnowy