Good to see that you have found our website! St Adeline’s is a beautiful little church with a very welcoming congregation.
It is located near the Manor House in Little Sodbury and has a history associated with William Tyndale, translator of the Bible into English in 1525. (mentioned in the BBC’s “Wolf Hall”, where Thomas Cromwell has a copy of his newly translated Bible)
Read more about William Tyndale:
We hold a service every Sunday at 6.00pm (with some special exceptions, check out the Service listings for full details). Our services are all using the 1662 Book of Common Prayer (BCP), with a BCP Evensong on the first 3 sundays of the month and BCP Holy Communion on the 4th Sunday of the month. If you like the old services come and join us one (or more!) Sunday(s).
Come and visit us
The church serves the picturesque village of Little Sodbury at the foot of the Cotswolds and is on the Cotswold Way. It has the distinction of being the only church in the United Kingdom named after St.Adeline, an Abbess of the Benedictine order who died in 1125. It is one of our churches in the Sodbury Vale Benefice.
The church is always open and is visited by many walkers exploring the Cotswold Way on which it lies. Complimentary fresh water and squash is available at the back of the church, please help yourselves.
If you would like to come to one of our services check service dates and times at :- Service Listings
St Adeline’s at risk of closing
As with all churches we must support all our own operating costs. We have an operating deficit and need raise more funds to remain open. To find out how you can help click HERE
You can visit our sister churches in the Benefice:
The Benefice site