Kösselsdorf and the nearby Wenig-Nakwiß in county Löwenberg and 1 mile from said city at the Bober River, received the concession to build a public Prayerhouse in 1742, and Mr. Hennige was announced its first clergyman, who had held mass many weeks in Niederhof zu Kösselsdorf while everyone was working to build a regular prayerhouse, which was finished after 8 weeks and could be used from 1743 onward.
The aforementioned clergyman was dismissed from his duties due to several reasons in 1747, and Mr Giese succeeded him.
The prayerhouse is situated on the property of Lord Geutha at the place between Oberkösseldorf, which belongs to the Stift Liebenthal (?) and Niederkösselsdorf.
I don't understand the last sentence as it contains words no longer in use. I think it could mean:
Regarding the new clergyman Giese, there are no news about his vocation (?) and what can be expected from his promise.