The Catholic Church of St. Willibrord is an imposing religious building of the modern age. The barrier-free accessible church has an idiosyncratic style, was built during the 70s and still includes the late Gothic choir of the 16th century.
The construction, built in layered ornamental brickwork deliberately refers back to the Roman masonry tradition. The floor was also made of brick and runs in a slight angle from all sides towards the altar. The simple wooden pews are arranged in circles around the altar, representing a calming element.