Skarrild Church.

Skarrild Church has been built of granite kvadres on a plinth with chamfered edge with a Romanesque choir and nave. It is considered that it has been built about 1150.
The door to the north (the woman door) is into use at the porch while the original door to the south (the man door) has been quite removed. Several of the original windows and
recesses with round arches are still there.
The pulpit is in a simple late renaissance from about 1650. The row of seats are partly in renaissance from 1624. The font is simple, Romanesque.