The old parish church of Bleid was in a severe state of disrepair in the 1840s when the village council decided to pull it down and have a new church built. Consecrated in 1850, this neoclassical single-nave church with a front portal is coated with white roughcast. As the municipality couldn’t afford excessive costs, a great deal of the furniture of the former church was recovered: the pulpit decorated with statues of the evangelists and with the Good Shepherd on the back, two partially gilded oak bye-altars bearing the Maltese cross (17th century). One will also discover various 17th, 18th and 19th-century statues including: Saint Anthony of Padua, Saint Eligius, Saint Nicholas, Saint Barbara, Saint Martin, a Christ on the Cross, the Immaculate Conception. Among the fine silver plate objects belonging to the church, we must mention a chalice by Claude Renauld, an 18th-century silversmith from Virton, a ciborium by Jean Legendre, an 18th-century silversmith from Arlon.