Messes juillet 2011 (.pdf). THE CHURCH WILL BE CLOSED IN 2008 FOR RESTORING.
The oldest part is the semi-circular apse built at the beginning of the 11th century, it is separated from the choir by a vault falling down on each side on a column whose base had claws and whose capital is decorated with hooks and nails.
The coir vault is ribbed but flat veined, which shows the decline of ribbing art. The arches and the vault are constructed of very pronounced veins wich branc out, starting from the top of the pillars and ending up linked together at the vault after following the contours of the arcade. It waas probably constructed in the 15th century.
One finds inside :
In the choir, the high altar made of painted wood of the 17th century, above which there is a painting on wood dating from the 17th century representing the transfiguration of Jesus on the Tabor Mount in the presence of Moïse and of Elie. One finds a stone statue on the left representating Sainte Radegonde and on the right a stone statue representating Saint Roch according to popular art dating both from the 17th century.
Above the right altar, there is a very beatiful wooden statue of Saint Jean Baptiste dating from the 18th century.
Above the left altar, there is a painting representing the Annunciation by the Archangel Gabriel to Marie dating from the 19th century above which is placed a stone statue representing a virgin and a child of the 14th century.
Along the right pillar of the choir, there is a brotherhood stick made of wood dating from the 19th century.
Along the left pillar of the choir is hung a funerary inscription of Nicolas du Val preist of the parish at the 17th century.
the bell-tower contains a big and a small bell, they were bessed by the priest Damoiseau d’Ecos, they are called respectively Adèle Amélie and Jeanne Emma, and they were made by A.Hilderrand (caster of the Emperor) in 1861 thanks to the money given by the town council.
On the south wall, there is a stone statue of the 16th century reprsenting Saint Quentin torture victim by nails in the fingers, the toe-nails, the shoulders and even the head. His remainswere found by Saint Eloi bishop of Noyon. He often is evoked to heal whooping-cough and rheumatic pains.