After the fire in 1918 in the old 18th century building the architect, Henry Lacoste, built this new church influenced by Art Deco, which one rarely sees in religious buildings. The triangular façade and the high octagonal clock tower detached from the building reminds one of a minaret.
Inside, a large nave, a bare choir, brightness and astonishing stained glass windows which mirror the modern style. Large ferro-concrete arches without pillars. It is said that the curé at the time did not want pillars so that his farmer parishioners could not hide to talk of cows, sheep or pigeons.