Located near the Kildare/Offaly border lies the ruins of of a 13th century De Bermingham Church know as Carrick (or Carrick-Oris). The church is well preserved but is missing the E gable end. The grounds can be accessed via the roadside gate or a foot stile to the right of the gates. The site consists of a semi-circular graveyard and a rectangular medieval church. Most of the readable headstones appear to be from the 19-21st century but there are many more which would appear to be much older.
There is a vast selection of various headstone types ranging from kerbed, rounded and table to wall mounted plaques and some wonderful Celtic Crosses. The current church dating from the 19th century is rectangular with an entrance in the N wall and two ogee headed opes in the S wall, possibly lies on the grounds of an earlier ecclesiastical site which would have been linked to the De Bermingham family and the adjacent Carrick-Oris Castle. Two small windows, both Gothic, but of different styles and seemingly of different periods, exist in the southern wall. It would seem that the main door appears to have been in the northern wall, and a small, narrow window, now built up, a little out of the centre, remains in the western gable, which latter rises into a still perfect belfry.