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Christ Church Little Heath, Great North Road, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, EN6 1JN

© 2019 Christ Church Little Heath

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An Evangelical Anglican Church in potters bar

Join us at one of our Sunday morning services at 9.00am or 10.30am, or at one of the many other activities that take place throughout the week.


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.

Tea & coffee served from 10am in the foyer

The Good News of Jesus is of welcome for all, with a particular regard for those who are most vulnerable, into a community where the value and dignity of every human being is affirmed and those in positions of responsibility and authority are truly trustworthy.  In line with National Church Guidelines we as a church are committed to the care and protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults involved in Church activities. We fully accept and endorse the principle that the welfare of the child is paramount and offer regular training to all our volunteers.  Further details of whom to contact are found at the bottom of the page.

Find us at:

Christ Church Little Heath, Great North Road, Potters Bar, Herts EN6 1JN

Car park entrance on Thornton Road.











Lots of people love listening to jazz, and over the years it has had a massive influence on virtually every other kind of music too. And the story of the origins of jazz is a fascinating one. It traces right back to the gospel music sung by slaves, as they dreamt of freedom.

On Friday 24th January we’re very excited to be hosting The Roots of Jazz (click on the link to see and hear clips). They are a six piece jazz band who’ll be entertaining us with an evening of classic jazz and gospel music. But through the music, they will also be telling that fascinating story of how jazz began. They’ll take us back to that cry for freedom on the cotton plantations. And we’ll see how gospel music ultimately celebrates the greatest freedom of all.
Tickets are £15, including drinks and canapés, and all profits will go to "Tamar", our charity for the evening. They are a Christian charity working to help end modern slavery today, by reaching and supporting women (especially trafficked women) working in London’s sex trade.

Tickets available here

​Look out for Christianity Explored, a relaxed, informal seven-week course where you can find out what Christianity is all about. It will be running at Christ Church on Tuesday mornings and Tuesday evenings, from 28 January.
We all get one life to live…and deep down, we’re all asking the same question: What’s it all about?


More Here about the morning sessions or the evening sessions


Kids' Gospel Music Workshop including a gospel choir, percussion, junk drumming and a chance to hear about Jesus our great rescuer. Cost £5, and open to all in school years 2-6.


Ending with a show for Family and Friends at 4pm.


Booking in advance available here:

Kids Gospel Music Workshop



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 safeguarding@cclh.org.uk 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 | safeguarding@stalbans.anglican.org