The church was consecrated in 1807. The tower, still visible today, was built in 1904 and provided with bells. The larger ones were removed during World War I but were replaced in 1926. The church was renovated in 1938, when it was also blessed with new pews. In 1940, a teacher’s flat was built next to the church. The church and the vicarage were renovated once again between 2004 and 2011.
The Church of the Reformed Parish of Győrszemere was built in 1786 in late Baroque style. It can accommodate up to 120 people. Its tower was built in the early 1800s and houses two bells. It was a place of articulation at the time of the Counter-Reformation: worship of the Reformed Church was only allowed to be held here, so the faithful came here from as far away as Mosonmagyaróvár. The most beautiful altar-cloths and valuable devotional objects belonging to the congregation date from this period, some of which can be seen in the Pannonia Reformata Museum in Pápa. The most unique treasure among these objects is the coconut chalice dating from 1646. The dome of the church’s baptismal font preserves the memory of the former wooden church, because it was originally its spire.
The church was built in 1749 in Baroque style. The high altarpiece depicts Deacon St Lawrence’s martyrdom. Besides the altarpiece, two frescos also feature scenes from his life. In the left-hand picture, he is attending Mass with his bishop, with angelic symbols and in the company of St Tarcisius, patron saint of acolytes. In the other picture, St Lawrence is caring for the poor and the sick.