The small village church was used by hermits and today is part of the cemetery. Inside there is a precious fresco depicting the Madonna and Child, painted by Antonio Massaro da Viterbo, called Pastura, active between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, and pupil of Perugino and Pinturicchio. The fresco was restored in 1825 with the exception of the face, neck and hands of the Virgin that have not been touched. A popular legend has it that these have been painted by angels and not by the hands of a man. The inside of the church, consisting of a single nave, is an interesting place a conical shaped font that dates back to 1600-1700.