The church of San Miguel Archangel in Pedrezuela, Madrid, was built in the late Gothic style of the sixteenth century, on a rectangular plan. It has two naves separated by semicircular arcs. The use of stone in the outside is remarkable. The windows are high and very narrow and the very square tower is imposing. The church has two fonts from the late fifteenth century. From September 20th to 30th, is celebrated the feast of San Miguel Archangel with daily organized masses culminating with a procession through the village streets and on October 1st, a special mass is celebrated in honor of the dead. The parish offers masses and services throughout the year.
You can see the schedule of celebrations and masses in the parish website and the calendar of activities throughout the year.
You can reach it by bus; the bus stop is at the exchanger of Plaza Castilla in Madrid.