I second this. Considering the time frame, it's jarring that there isn't a church. Any such community would have been centered around a church. Ringing its bell (like the school has) should bring in those in the vicinity, at least. And spending time there should provide emotional benefit, like the horn tooting and dancing.
That there is a bar, but no church, brings to mind the question of whether there may be some kind of PC problem with favoring Christianity. If so, fine: let them have choices like mosques, pagodas or pagan rings. But a tiny medieval community should have some sort of spiritual center.