This Mudejar-style church was built in the 16th century, most probably on the site of a former mosque of a farmhouse. Part of its original coffered ceiling still remains today, as do some pieces of art. It has a single nave and a side chapel, which houses an image of the patron saint of Campotéjar, la Virgen de los Remedios. Noteworthy is the modern altar with its gold decoration and an image of Cristo de la Expiración, after which the church is named . The tower has three sections and is topped by a bell tower and a hipped roof.