The Evangelical filial church of Bőny, subsidiary to the Nagybarát church, became independent in 1787, gaining its own congregation. The church, which still stands today, was built in 1791.The altarpiece depicts Jesus as he prays to the Father before his betrayal and capture.
Construction of the Baroque-style church with a tower and bell began in 1788. The land on which the church, the presbytery and the new school was built was owned by József Roboz. Memorial plaques were placed in the church in 1917 and then in 2017 to commemorate the 400th and 500th anniversary of the Reformation. A list of the names of heroes killed in World War I can be found on a board on the church’s wall.
Bőny’s Catholic church built by Lajos Schlichter, who also constructed the Győr Town Hall, was founded and consecrated by Bishop János Zalka on 14 August 1887, together with the new school and a cross.The Győr painter János Mandausz “academic painter and photographer” created the church’s altarpiece, which depicts Mary and the baby Jesus, who is holding a small cross in his hand. The painting was also done in 1887.