We were unable to provide opening hours. Please contact the Church for more information
Saint Aldate's Church is the successor of the old Saint Aldate's Church in Saint Aldate's Street in Gloucester (now demolished). The new Saint Aldate's Church was built to serve the area around Finlay Community School. The church was built in 1964 by the architect Robert Potter using the then radical idea of an hyperbolic paraboloid roof and partly inspired by the church of Fontaine les Gres near Troyes in France.
The parish ceases to exist from June 2012 and the Church becomes a chapel of ease in Coney Hill parish. The original parish is re-assigned to Coney Hill, Matson, St Barnabas, Tredworth and St Paul's Gloucester.
It is planned to modify the building to make it more suitable for commnuity use. It is no longer in regular use for Anglican worship
See www.stoswaldconeyhill.com for further details
If you'd prefer to navigate using Google Maps please use the button below