Not far is a church, and the mayor's office next to it was probably once the residence of the priest, because they match.
There aren't weekly services in the church, but it was open. I should've used flash, but tried not to. There were stone parts that seemed very old, and part of the floor under the altar area was wooden, and some was stone, there was a pattern to it, an arch of wood. I don't know how to describe it and the photo didn't work well.
There was one Jewish grave and one Bahai, one seemed "born again"-ish, and the others seemed Catholic. So it wasn't a churchyard so much as a city graveyard.
Tomorrow we're going by boat to a medieval town called Yvoire. We'll go into Switzerland to get the boat, but Yvoire is in France again. http://www.yvoiretourism.com/chapitre7_en.html