Built in the 16 century as an oratory for the Confraternity of Mercy and Death, in originally came under the jurisdiction of the church of S. Biagio (St. Blaise), now demolished. The façade is simply designed, while inside there is a single nave with a wooden cross. The presbytery area is flanked by two rows of wooden choir stalls with decorative pilasters and raised kneeling stools. The vault of the nave is decorated with a fresco depicting the Last Judgement, probably what remains of a more ample cycle of paintings. Midway along the nave, on the left, is a small chapel where the tabernacle is housed. An ancient fluted column with a Corinthian capital does duty as a holy water fount.