The Protestant Church of Martin Luther took the place of the old parish church, destroyed in the 17th century. The rectangular volume of glass and concrete is completed by an intricate curved steel structure. As in many other buildings of "Koop Himmelb (l) ay", the roof of the church was made at the Baltic shipyard and brought to Heinberg in the form of 4 parts, then assembled on site. The structure rests on powerful pillars hidden in the four corners of the building.
Inside the church is the sanctuary and congregation meeting room, which can be connected into one space using sliding doors. The interior of the temple is flooded with sunlight thanks to the extensive planes of glazing on the facades and windows in the ceilings. A building with a sacristy, a priest's office, utility rooms is attached to the main building. The ensemble is completed by a bell tower - a 20-meter steel structure, also made at the shipyard.