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

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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.

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement of 23rd March, the Archbishops have written to clergy in support of the measures requiring that churches must now close, both for private worship and public services.

Our church buildings are therefore now closed for public worship,  private prayer and all other meetings and activities except for vital community services until further notice. Read our full statement here

We are still meeting together online at 10.00am each Sunday morning, and in smaller networks on virtual meetings throughout the week.

Join us at 10.00am on Sunday for Virtual Church here:

followed by virtual coffee & chat here

Catch up on past services and Dominic's video Thought for the Day on our YouTube Channel

If you are self-isolating and would like any assistance Christ Church Little Heath, alongside other

community groups, are offering to help

Click here for details



Christ Church supports the ongoing work that Elizabeth Wiseman was engaged in when she and Keith worked in Zimbabwe.

In 2001 Keith and Elizabeth Wiseman, members of Christ Church Little Heath, were invited to engage in education on the Midlands Christian Campus, a multi-racial and interdenominational institution in Gweru which serves to educate future leaders of Zimbabwe.
Keith taught Science. and also trained the choir and involved them in Eisteddfods. Later he was Vice Principal with responsibilities including staff development and
pupil performance.

Elizabeth trained teachers for Primary and Secondary Schools and set up Teacher Training for Early Years preparing staff for Cambridge International Accreditation.  Later she developed an HIV/AIDS lecture series.


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 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 |