There are always new people coming through the doors of Commons for the first time. Perhaps, that’s you. If so, we would love to get to know you and hear a bit of your story.
Serving is part of following Jesus. It also just happens to be one of the best ways to meet new people and make new friends. There's a team for you at Commons.
A growing church community is exciting but what really makes it matter is when a group of people know and are involved in your story. Groups are all about sharing life together, in all kinds of different ways.
There is a sacred place in the Jesus movement for the ‘stuff’ that happens around a dinner table. It flows from the way Jesus lived and the practice of communion itself. It’s also the setting in which existing relationships are enriched and new ones begin.
Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.
At Commons Church we celebrate the historic diversity of the body of Christ and recognize both practices in our community and we invite you to participate as a family in the way that resonates most deeply with your experience of God's love.
He said to them, “When you pray, say:
‘Father, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come.
Give us each day our daily bread.
Forgive us our sins, for we also forgive everyone who sins against us. And lead us not into temptation. ’
Commons Church wants to be an integral part of our communities. In Kensington, we partner with Highbanks Society, our neighbour Louise Dean School, the Fresh Food Basket for HSCA and Made By Momma. Across the city we serve regularly at Inn From the Cold, The Mustard Seed. And we are excited to be announcing new Inglewood partnerships soon.
As of 2018, there are over 68 million displaced people in the world and that number will only continue to rise because of war, persecution and climate change.
The Commons community resettled our first sponsored family in November of 2015. The Al Khodr family is independent and doing well and we are still in close relationship with them.
Reconciliation is about forging and maintaining respectful relationships.
There are no shortcuts.
Hands at Work believes that for us to serve the most vulnerable in the poorest communities in Africa, we must first serve the people we live and work with every day in community. God has given us the ultimate example of community: The Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Working in communion to bring the Kingdom of God to earth, the relationship of the Trinity is one of our guiding foundations of living in community. God, Jesus, and the Spirit invited us into their community. Despite all of us bringing them trouble, they said, “You are coming home with me.”
There is more and more stuff happening in and through the community for our students.