Originally Romanesque, it was consecrated to Notre Dame.

Rebuilt in the XVIIIth century, it was then dedicated for 2 centuries to its patron, St Firmin (bishop of the city of Uzès). The St Eloi chapel is consecrated to the blacksmiths and locksmiths, and that of St Crespin to the cobblers. On the so-called “rue des Clastres”, on may notice a shell, carved in a wall, which bears witness to the pilgrims walking towards St Jacques in Spain.