Another church to visit in Siquijor, if you are doing a "vista iglesia" during the Holy Week, is the Larena Church. I purposely did not include in the the post "siquijor churches: on the heritage trail" because the church is fairly new, except for the original bell tower some distance away from the current church.
side of the church and convent
According to Panublion Heritage Site, this church is "formerly known as Cano-an. Erected a parish on 14 June 1836 with the advocacy of San Vicente Ferrer, and formerly named Canoan was once part of the Siquijor parish. Redondo (1886, 189) describes the church as made of tabique and having a nipa roof, the convento was likewise thatched with nipa and made of wood. The Recollects remained until 1898 and left behind a church and convento both of which burnt and have been replaced by modern constructions"
surviving bell tower
The bell tower is still intact, though I think it badly needs restoration.
The new church on the other hand is beautiful. Inside the church are murals depicting the Last Supper and the stations of the cross.
paintings inside the church
The altar is modernistic with a minimalist twist.