1 or 2 annual masses
It is impossible to miss this church with its imposing nave and five gothic chapels, with ochre plastering, and an elegant slate covered steeple. In fact all the roads through the village go past it. The 18th and19th century houses cluster round it and so does the Town Hall and the Community Centre, to be found in the old 3rd Republic schools. The heart of the village also has a communal bread oven and a well, both restored and functioning.
Once the door is open it can easily be understood why it has the ISMH label. The main altar of limestone is decorated with touching statues (MH) 16th century in painted wood; a moving Christ suffering, (MH) in chestnut wood of German inspiration, another altar facing the congregation with carved heads of men and women (MH 16th century).
The light filters in through 8 stained glass windows (post-war) in the chartrain colours of the master Glass-maker chartrain Gabriel Loire, and envelopes the space. The church of St.Ouen is ready to welcome you.