Special features

For the growing number of members of the Protestant community, the original 150 places in the church was soon insufficient. In 1905/06, the architect Wilhelm Friedrich Laur extended the church by inserting a transept and building galleries. On the occasion of this extension, the church is given an altar bible as a present from the patron of the church, Emperor William II, with the following inscription written by his own hand:

"Rejoice in hope, be patient with grief, hold on to your prayers".
Wilhelm IR. 7 October 1906

It is a quotation from the sarcophagus of his grandmother Augusta of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach in the mausoleum of the park of Charlottenburg Castle.