Pattijoki Church, which is also known as the Chapel of Silence, was designed by architect Josef Stenbäck. The altar piece of the church completed in 1912 is a Tyrolian gilded wood sculpture called ‘Crucifixion of Christ’. The front of the church features the stained window ‘Resurrection’ designed by artist Matti Lammi, which was received as a private donation in 1983. The wooden chandeliers designed by Josef Stenbäck were reinstalled and electrified in conjunction with a major renovation between 1997 and 1998. The original colours of the church hall were also restored at that time.