The church was built in 1923. Next to the church, there is a modern wooden belfry. After the displacement of the Ukrainian population, the temple was abandoned. After 1956, many of the displaced people returned. The Orthodox parish was established in Kłokowice, the branch of which is the church in Youngowice.
The church is oriented, located in the central part of the village, on the northern side of the Fredropol - Malhowice road. From the west, not far from the church, a free-standing wooden belfry. Orthodox church complex surrounded by old trees.
A three-part building, with a sacristy on the north, a sanctuary closed on three sides, a carcass construction. The height of the framework of the nave, sanctuary and women's gallery are equal. Ridge roofs. Above the nave, there is a high octagonal tambour, on it a roof in the form of an eight-pointed, onion-shaped dome topped with a lantern. Over the sacristy there is a shed roof, the roof of which is connected with a girdle supported by lynxes. All roof surfaces are covered with sheet metal. Vertically boarded walls.
Wooden, three-storey belfry, pole-frame structure, octagonal plan. A pyramidal roof topped with an onion-shaped pumpkin. All wall surfaces are planked vertically. In each of the walls below the eaves, decorative openings in the form of an elongated, bent oval, forming an openwork gallery. The ground floor is covered with an apron. Roof surfaces under the sheet. Entrance to the belfry from the east.
The Orthodox Church in Młodowice is one of the few and original examples of the reception of modernist architectural forms in wooden sacred buildings.
Photo: Krystian Kłysewicz
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