The Jerusalem Church was built in the 15th century by the Adornes family, merchants from Genoa.  It is a small church with an unusual lantern tower off of the central area of the town.  It happens to house the Kantcentrum and Lace Museum in it's former alms houses as well.

It is believed the church style was inspired by the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, so that's where the name comes from.  Inside it is small and put together in an unusual way.  The altar piece is said to show the instruments of Christ's passion -

but I'm not so sure about that with all those skulls, hammers, and ladders.  In the back there is a reconstruction of the tomb of Christ in the crypt.  The stained glass is beautiful and is said to represent members of the Adornes family - it dates from the 16th century.  Effigies of Anselme Adornes and his wife are in the center of the nave and date from the 15th century.  It is quite an unusual little church!