The building of the site was undertaken by the lords of the castle of Montmuran, the Laval in the 15th century and the Coligny in the 16th century. The church is characterized by its flamboyant Gothic style and its entrance porch pierced by 3 pointed arch arches which still houses the stone benches, formerly intended for lepers who could not attend services. In 1875,Rennais architect Arthur Regnault undertook the construction of an openwork and richly sculpted bell tower in the Finisterian Gothic style.To discover the real treasures of the church, you have to push the doors. As you enter, you will have the opportunity to admire the magnificent 16th century stained glass windows depicting the passion of Christ, two beautiful polychromed wooden bas-reliefs representing the twelve apostles, a carved font dating from 1458, and a richly decorated choir. We invite you to look up to enjoy the lovely vault in the shape of an inverted ship’s hull.