Church of the XIIIth century entirely restored laced under the vocation of Saint Renobert, Bishop of Bayeux in the VIIth century. Saint Renobert acquired a reputation for protecting flocks and crops, which were blessed on his feast day, 24 October.
Few changes have affected this church over the centuries. At the end of the 18th century, the Parisian architect Buron built the chapel of the Virgin and the exterior turret containing the staircase of the bell tower. The windows have been enlarged. The most remarkable element of the furniture is the altarpiece. It represents the rather rare theme of the "Rapture of Saint Peter". This decoration is in the style of Berain and thus dates from the end of the 17th century.
We will also notice a beautiful "Education of the Virgin" in polychrome stone from the 16th century, a Saint Roch in painted wood from the 18th century, a Saint Catherine in painted wood from the 18th century, a Saint Bishop and another "Education of the Virgin" in painted wood from the 18th century. The baptismal font dates from the 19th century. The church was restored in 2005. On this occasion a statue was made by a Burkinabe artist and placed at the entrance of the building.