The Church of England parish church of the Holy Trinity was built in 1840. It is actually in the village of Burdrop, which is part of the parish and contiguous with Sibford Gower. Before 1840, Anglican villagers walked to nearby Swalecliffe for services.
Sibford Gower has a Methodist Church, which is a member of the Chipping Norton and Stow-on-the-Wold Methodist Circuit.
The Religious Society of Friends has a meeting house in Sibford Gower. It was built on land bought for the purpose in 1681 by Bray D'Oyley, Thomas Fardon and Thomas Gilkes.
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