The Church dedicated to both St. Mary and St. Michael is a rare combination. This 12th century building has stood more or less on the site of the present nave and baptistry.
The present church building has undergone various alterations – not least the reversal of the interior axis, so that the chancel is in the west and the baptistry in the east.
Two grave steles can be seen in the porch and a monument in the sanctuary is in memory of Horace St. Paul, Count of the Holy Roman Empire.
The church is normally open during day light hours and visitors are most welcome.