It dates from the 17C. Inside, there are strange 18C paintings which cover the wooden vaults. The communion table, the pulpit and the railings of the choir are outstanding 18C wrought iron productions. Saint Cornély is represented in the church by an 18C reliquary bust made of wooden gilt and on the facade where he is surrounded by two oxen. The church's treasures are also of interest: its cross, the chasuble, the chalices, the monstrance, etc.