The church of St. Bartholomew at Aldsworth is set on the western outskirts of the village. The church dates back to late Norman times and is remarkable for its Norman and Perpendicular elements and 14th Century tower and 15th Century spire. Aldsworth's spire, which is very rare in the Cotswolds, can be seen for miles around. Three rare 15th Century bells, formerly a "ring" but now hung as a "chime" call churchgoers to regular services. More information regarding the church can be found in the Village Hall Heritage Room.
Church services are held on every first and third Sunday at 11am.