King Charles the Martyr Church, Potters Bar

We are an Anglican Church offering a wide range of styles of worship from traditional to informal. Our mission is to Know Christ More and to Make Christ Known.

Sung Eucharist: 9.30 most Sundays

A traditional Church of England service of Holy Communion with  hymns accompanied by an organ,  robed choir and common worship liturgy.

Morning Worship: 11.00 most Sundays

A rather less formal service with a mixture of songs accompanied by a keyboard and singers, and less formal worship and prayers.

Café church - once a month

It’s church- but not as you know it!  Come and learn more about Christianity in a friendly café setting.

KCM Community Café

Great food at great prices – and all profits go to good causes.  Most Thursdays from 10.45- 13.45.


We are an Anglican Church offering a wide range of styles of worship, from traditional  to informal. We are a caring community consisting of people of all ages, who believe that God makes a difference in our everyday lives. Our mission is to Know Christ More – through worship, prayer and study, and to Make Christ Known – by sharing our faith with those around us.

What's on at KCM

Tuesday 21 May

10.00: Holy Communion David Thomson

Wednesday 22 May

13.30: Charlie’s Angels Toddler Group (Church Hall)

Thursday 23 May

10.45-13.30:  Community Cafe  (Church Hall)

Sunday 26 May

09.30: Sung Eucharist:  Canon Martin Bannister (Live Streamed)
10.45: Cafe Church: David Thomson

PLEASE NOTE: “My Favourite Songs” scheduled for 17.00 on 26 May has been postponed.

For your diary

28 May: 10.00: Holy Communion  Father Ayoob

1 June: 08:30 Churches Together Morning Prayers at St Giles Church, South Mymms

9 June: 09:30 Joint Service followed by the Potters Bar Carnival

24-26 July: Potters Bar Churches Holiday Club

Regular events

Messy Church

Crafts, activities and fun with a Christian flavour. Second Sunday of the Month from 3pm till approx. 4.30pm

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The care and protection of children, young people and adults involved in church activities is the responsibility of everyone who participates in the life of the church.

Safeguarding is at the centre of our faith, in our practice, in our worship, in our praying and in our believing. Safeguarding is part of our core faith and an integral feature of Christian life in our church.

Safeguarding at KCM

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Our robed choir and music group play an important part in our worship at KCM

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The Church of King Charles the Martyr provides a spiritual focus and outstanding facilities for the local community. It is YOUR church and like all charities, is dependent on the generosity of its members, the local community and others.

If you would like to make a donation towards the work of the Church of King Charles the Martyr, please follow the link below.


Calendar of activities