Two squares, one c. 3 m north of the church excavated in 1993 (ESI 15:25–27) and the other c. 20 northwest of it, were opened. Rock-hewn foundations and mosaic floors were mostly all that remained of the church. Bedrock was exposed 0.1–0.3 m below surface in both squares and no building remains were discovered. Several tesserae, a marble fragment and a few potsherds dating to the Byzantine period were collected. In addition to the excavation, bedrock was exposed in an area slated for construction, revealing no ancient remains; hence, it appears that the church was an isolated structure in the area.