The Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Chomranice was built in 1691-92. Around the middle of the C19th a chapel of the Transfiguration of Our Lord was built onto the chancel.
A uniform shingled gable roof covers the nave and the narrower chancel, which is closed on three sides. The sacristy contains impressive ornamental polychrome decoration from 1767. The church fittings consist of: C18th rococo altars and, in the chapel, a C17th baroque altar, baroque pulpit and an C18th stone font. The main altar is adorned by a painting of Our Lady of Chomranice, said to grant graces. On the north-east side of the church there is a free-standing bell-tower from 1692.