Religious temple built by D. João da Silva, second grantee of Chamusca and Ulme, in the century. XVI.
From the initial construction, only the main façade portal in Manueline style, surmounted by the Silvas coat of arms, and a side portal, also Manueline, remain. Its interior, with a single nave, presents on the main altar and on the two side altars, gilded carving from the 18th century. 18th century tiles and 18th century XVII. Here stands out the image of S.Brás, patron of the church, the image of S. Sebastião, the image of Senhor Morto, and still on the main chapel floor, the tombstone of D.João da Silva and D. Joana Henriques , your wife.