Please note: due to Coronavirus we are following both Government & Church of England guidance and the Church will be closed until further notice.

We will, however, be constantly updating the website and our Facebook page with lots of resources and online worship to support your journey in faith in such challenging and unprecedented times.

Please click on the Online Worship tab to view them.

Every blessing, Rev Joe.

Welcome to the website for Holy Trinity Church – the Church at the heart of Potten End village.  We are a fun, loving, welcoming and inclusive church. We have lots going on and we aim to show all the useful information of who we are and what we are about.

Make you own Palm cross for Palm Sunday!

What we do

We are an inclusive community church, where all are warmly welcomed to come and worship with us.  We hold regular Sunday services with Communion, but we also have a range of services in different styles – traditional, All Age Worship, Celtic and even “Messy”!

In addition, we offer weddings, baptisms and funerals.
If you would like to arrange one of these special services, please visit this page.

At Holy Trinity, our vision is to “become an all-age congregation where all are welcome to grow in faith, and to be known for our loving care of the wider community we seek to serve.” (PCC resolution passed).

We also have links with various charities and often have fun social activities to raise funds for our Church and other good causes.


Set in the centre of one of Hertfordshire’s Best Kept Villages, Holy Trinity enjoys a prominent position right at the heart of the community it serves.  The building is Grade II listed, and is in the Conservation Area of the village.  It was built in 1868 and is a fine example of an Italianate Norman Church.  There is also a church room adjacent to the main building which is a lively venue hosting a wide and diverse range of activities.  The population of the parish is 1340 and there are 123 on the Electoral Roll (2018)

Holy Trinity has a mixture of tradition and contemporary services, with elements of both catholic and evangelical spirituality.  Intercessions are regularly led by lay members of the congregation. Children are made very welcome and are actively encouraged to participate and read when they have the confidence to do so.