The church of Ethe, dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul, was erected between 1862 and 1867. During World War I, this building and half of the village were burnt down by German troops. The outer walls of the church still bear testimony to the incredible savagery of the events.
This triple-naved Neo-Gothic building does not lack elegance. Naturally, the Neo-Gothic furniture dates from after WW I. On the columns located on both sides of the altar, one can admire two very nice 16th-century statues of Saints Peter and Paul made of polychrome wood. Two interesting elements of the former communion bench have been saved to be integrated into today’s bench: on the front side, the Easter Lamb; on the back side, the pelican feeding its chicks. Both are symbolic expressions of the Eucharist.