Like in all the villas of the area of Zenete, this church was built on the site of a former mosque, which was conserved until 1500. Today you can see the modifications that were carried out after its partial destruction during the Civil War. It is a Mudejar church with two side sections separated by semi-circular arches that rest on octagonal pillars. The main entrance is framed by two pairs of columns linked by a long horizontal frieze that extends across the door. The double-bodied tower is separated by brick detailing and is crowned by a semi-circular cupola.