The Catholic church was built for five years, from 1852 to 1857, and became a true pearl of Belarusian architecture. In 1753, Brest governor Nikolai Lopatinsky bought the village of Sarya (formerly the area belonged to the Sapieha family). And in the mid-19th century his son settled here with his young wife. Brought up in the European fashion, nobleman Ignat was well versed in art and politics. After the unexpected death of his beloved, he fell into despair and decided to build a temple in memory of his beloved.
Among the ten most memorable religious buildings is the Uspenskaya Church in the village of Sarya, popularly named "stone lace." This religious building is included in the State list of historical and cultural values of Belarus as a monument of architecture of national importance.