The Church of England parish church has been described as "unique in the Cotswolds in that it has a Saxon nave and chancel which have survived almost intact, except for the enlargement of all but one of the original windows, the rebuilding of the east end of the chancel, and the erection of a west tower within the nave".
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- David Verey, Cotswold Churches (B. T. Batsford, Ltd., 1976), at page 90
- "Parishes, Coln Rogers". British History online.
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