Jerne Church is a romanesque village church from about 1150, built of granite ashlars.
There are remains of medieval window sections.
The porch contains 18th century gravestones relating to an old Jerne family.
The interior boasts a baroque altar, a beautiful late Rennaisance pulpit and
a magnificent Baroque memorial plaque from the year 1747 in memory of
Maturin Castensen, rural dean.
Divine service every Sunday at 9.30 and 11.00.
Visits can be arranged.