This church has a single nave, and contains various paintings and sculptures by Neapolitan artists such as Nicola Malinconico, Lorenzo Giusto and more.
The church of Servi di Maria is well known in Sorrento, where you’ll find a wooden sculpture by an unknown author, the Dead Christ that is carried through the streets of the town during the Good Friday procession.
Baroque in style, it was completed in the 18th century. Home to the Congregation of the Servants of Mary, the interior houses a wooden statue of the Dead Christ, carried in the procession by the confreres, hooded in black, on Good Friday. The author is unknown. Two other small wooden sculptures, representing the Virgin and Saint Joseph, are two rare examples of 15th-century santons.