It was built by Pierre de Betz and originally dedicated to
St. John the Baptist (now the Virgin Mary). Church papers show it as being intended to house the remains of the lords of Betz.
From the village website: "In 1884, when we dug the basement of the church to open the door of the sacristy, were discovered stone tombs, a tombstone bearing in Gothic letters incomplete list of the lords of Betz., A woman's head, is likely a mausoleum and a sword called "Sword of Peter Betz" and who disappeared in 1988." I particularly like the bit about the 'disappearing sword'.
The nave and facade of the church are fro the late 19th century
There is a 'Lobin' window featuring Saint Etienne...
Plus an interesting baptismal font featuring electrical supply - I would have to box that in!!