The churches in the villages are typically made of stone generally rectangular in shape with a semi-circular apse at the far end. In the apse is the altar with a lectern to the side. Simple wooden pews fill out the space. Not only is the village church a place o worship, it is the local meeting place and auditorium..
Decorations in a village church are usually fairly simple. The Luminarian Cross is prominant of course, and symbols of Alasha (Celestial of Agriculture) and Voltum (Celestial of Hearth and aily) are very common.
The Lord of the Manor is generally responsible for the upkeep of the priest, but the Vicar is usually appointed by the Diocese and is responsible for all the spiritual needs of the village.