Who are we?
We are a fellowship of Christians of different denominations who join together to proclaim the Christian Gospel.
We organise united services of evening worship, a Christmas Day Lunch for people who would otherwise be alone, a Discover Christmas event for families, special services during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, a summer holiday club and the Good Friday Procession of Witness. We aim to encourage unity within the Christian Church.
You can see information about our churches on the Churches page.
Monthly prayer meetings
Join us at 8.30am on the 1st Saturday of each month as we pray for the Churches and Community of Potters Bar. Meetings last for approximately 45 minutes. See the Prayer Meetings page for the schedule and where to join in.
World Day of Prayer Service
The 2024 World Day of Prayer is Friday 1st March. The Potters Bar service is at St. Giles Church in South Mimms at 11.00am.The theme for the 2024 World Day of Prayer is “I beg you, bear with one another in love” and has been prepared by the Christian women of Palestine.
Good Friday – Walk of Witness and Joint Service
On Good Friday, 29th March, there will be a joint service at the War Memorial at 11.00am. Groups will walk from various churches and meet up at the War Memorial for the service. Please see your individual church for the starting time for the walk, as this will vary depending on the distance.
Easter Day Dawn Service
There will be a united service on Easter Day, 31st March, at 6.30am. This will start at the cricket field opposite St Mary’s, and then move into the church for Holy Communion.
2024 Holiday Club
This year, the Holiday Club will run from 24th to 26th July. The team are in the early stages of planning.
Prayers and statements on violence in Israel and Gaza
We are deeply concerned about the violence in Israel and Gaza. The website for Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, has a useful collection of statements and prayers from different churches.
Their page can be found at https://ctbi.org.uk/prayers-and-statements-on-violence-in-israel-and-gaza/