Documented since the 13th century, the church was transformed into the Baroque era. The nave is closed by a rectangular choir, whose vault has stucco decorations from the 17th century. In front of the altar, a tabernacle in carved wood from the end of the 17th century. In the choir there is also a Renaissance tabernacle in white marble with bas-reliefs of saints, above it a fresco of Christ in the tomb and angels, perhaps sixteenth century. Above the triumphal arch is a seventeenth-century panel with the Martyrdom of St. Peter. In the chapel of the Madonna, vault decorated in stucco (17th century). On the opposite wall there are frescoes of St. Charles Borromeo (17th century).
Canvases (St. Sebastian and Crucifixion) that could be the work of Alessandro Gorla.