The Paleiskerk was built in Romanesque Revival style in 1885-1886 and designed by the architect K. Stoffels. The free-standing building is part of the ornate late 19th-century architecture on the curved Paleisstraat. The congregation is a member of the Dutch General Mennonite Conference. The Dutch Mennonites are a liberal-protestant church. The congregation supports social programs both in The Hague and in the Third World and many members support the peace movement.