The church, at the time gathering place of the Brotherhood of the Battuti, rises close to the Church of S. Marco.
It was probably built in the 16th century.
The building of the SS. Trinità (16th century) is commonly called “Church of Battuti”, because it was the place where the confreres called “Batì” met. It rises near the Parish Church of S. Marco.
The interior of the church with a single nave, with barrel vaults and lower arches, was built in the nineteenth century.
In the fifties it was abandoned and partially collapsed.
In 1996 a courageous reconstruction and restoration work began.
The church is now completely renovated and functional as a meeting place and for cultural initiatives (exhibitions, concerts, conferences, etc.).
On the back wall of the presbytery is a painting on canvas depicting the SS. Trinity with the Virgin Mary and S. Vincenzo.