This church became the parish church of the village of Rellinars until the 19th century, time when the worship was transferred to a new temple.
Currently, it is a two naves building: a nave of the 10th century, which corresponds to the structure of the primitive church and that as the years went on it came to have the functions of a sacristy, and a posterior nave, attached to the north wall, which is the fruit of different constructive stages and today is virtually demolished. In the Museum of Terrassa there are preserved some Romanesque wall paintings and a consecrated stone of an altar of the Paleo-Christian era that come from this church.
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