The church is said to have depended on the abbey of Gigny, founded in 897. The building, situated at the end of the village which it seems to dominate, is preceded by an old stone cemetery cross whose base bears the date 1785.
A small building, its particularity lies in its open bell tower: the bell hangs from a carpenter's canopy linking the south side of the church to the adjacent parish church.
Like many other buildings in the region, the façade features a stone lectern and a holy water font. These elements, together with the cross, are evidence of the previous existence of a communal cemetery around the church.
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