Welcome to Christ Church Little Heath
AN EVANGELICAL ANGLICAN CHURCH IN POTTERS BAR
We are the Anglican Church for Little Heath, on the northern edge of Potters Bar. We are an evangelical church, which seeks to believe, teach and live out the historic Christian faith with Jesus Christ and the Bible at the heart of our life and worship.
Our Sunday morning service takes place at 10am in the church building and the parish hall, and is also streamed online for those unable to come.
One big family...in the Church and online.
The first Sunday of the month we have an All-Age Service where we stay together for a simple interactive service with a child-friendly bible talk.
On other Sundays children begin in the Church and then go to the large hall where we have an exciting Biblical programme planned which includes fun songs, crafts, and activities to do alongside hearing God's word. Parents are not expected to stay with their children from this term.
Advance booking is no longer required though a register of attendance will continue to be kept.
The livestream at 10.00am is on our YouTube channel.
Virtual Coffee continues on Zoom at 11.00am on Sundays, and you'll find details here: www.cclh.org.uk/virtual
Our “dial-in-church” telephone service is on 01707 927887. The service is usually available from Sunday afternoon.
Much of our church life, including small groups, continues online.
Catch up on past services on our YouTube channel
Read about our monthly Mission Focus -
Little Feet is back from
Monday 13th September
Our baby and toddler group welcomes all children before they start full time education.
We run during term time from 10am to 11.30am every Monday with a £1 entry fee per family.
Our Facebook page has lots of activities, songs and bible stories which parents and carers can enjoy and share at home with their toddlers.
If you are self-isolating and would like any assistance, help with shopping or prescriptions or simply someone to talk with - Christ Church Little Heath, alongside other community groups, are offering to help. Please call us on
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MORE UPCOMING EVENTS
Our full safeguarding policies and the national guidelines and policies may be seen on our policies page here.
In summary we are committed to maintaining the highest of standards in our work with children and vulnerable adults; responding without delay to any and every complaint; co-operating fully with statutory agencies; responding well to support survivors of abuse.
If you would like to speak to our Parish Safeguarding Officer, Linda Bailey, then you can contact her via email on email@example.com or through the church office on 01707 662460. Alternatively you may wish to contact the diocesan safeguarding officer, Jeremy Hirst, whose contact details are.
Diocesan Safeguarding Officer
Jeremy Hirst: 01727 818107 | 07867 350886 | firstname.lastname@example.org