The parliament of 1681 in the parish of Sopron allowed the Protestans to practise their religion only in two municipalities, Nemeskér and Vadosfa. From that moment on the Lutheran congregation went to church from Vásárosfalu to Vadosfa, and to Beled as of 1827. The Lutheran school in Vásárosfalu built in 1874 was used as a church on holidays. A belfry was also placed in front of the building. The inscription on the larger bell says: “Caused to be cast by the Lutheran congregation of Vásárosfalu by way of public donation to pay tribute to the Lutheran heroes who died in the world war.” The inscription on the smaller one says: „Erected by János Mátis and his wife Terézia Edvi in 1921 in memory of their son named Gyula who died bravely.” The Lutheran church of Vásárosfalu was built in the place of the demolished chapel on the basis of the designs of Dávid Józsa. The modern church was taken over by the congregation in 2019.
The municipality is first mentioned under the name Németfalu in a charter dated in 1381. Vásárosfalu was the property of the Osl family and the Premonstratensian Provost of Csorna in the Middle Ages.The small village had no church for many years, thus, the congregation could go to mass on Sundays to the churches of Pápóc beyond the River Rába, or to the nearby villages of Beled, Páli or Rábakecöl.The Catholic church having a surface area of 60 square metres was built in 1714 according to the schematism of the diocese, and already had a wooden ceiling in 1733. Its tower was built in 1907. Its 18th-century benches were alleged to be brought from Kenyeri. There are Baroque wooden statues standing next to the altarpiece of the sanctuary depicting the Holy Trinity: the Holy Apostle Paul with a sword and Peter with a key in his hand. The stone cross in front of the church was erected in 1880.