The first church in Kelmė was built in 1416 by Grand Duke Vytautas of Lithuania. Later, the church in Kelmė was rebuilt several times. In 1901 the foundations of the future church were consecrated, and its construction was completed in 1908. The church is neo-Gothic with a Latin cross plan, a three-walled apse and a tall tower of the facade. There is a turret at the intersection of the roofs. This church has exceptional acoustics that invite you to reflect on God’s love and prepare to receive God’s graces.