The church complex was built by the Augustinian Recollects in the latter half of the 19th century. The church has two pulpits, the original retablos, and wood floors with herringbone pattern. The church walls are approximately a meter thick, The walls are reinforced with log post which are embedded in the wall. The facade is veneered with coral stone, while the rest is made of fill. The pediments of the church are made of wood panels.
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The St. Isidore (Lazi) Church is located in the town proper of Lazi Siquijor.