Atop of a wooden door at the sacristy is a relief of a church that is unlike the present structure.
Behind the presbytery is Carcar Church’s sacristy. It’s spacious and almost bare that one’s eyes notice immediately the lengthy antique cabinet/table between the two doors that opens to the main altar. Wide windows give ample lighting as the musty coral walls give an old feel to it. At the back, a wide, wooden and rickety staircase leads to the attic that serves as the church’s storeroom.
Inside Carcar Church are still several interesting details that would easily catch a visitor’s eye. There are angel relieves done in different generations, heavy stations of the cross to beautiful octagonal marble water fonts.
This segment of the visita iglesia series features seven of the important churches within Manila.