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At Common Ground we are big on community.  Not just the community on Sunday mornings, but the community in which we live, work, and serve.  We believe in loving the same kinds of people Jesus did – everyone.  Common Ground has many opportunities that take us everywhere from our neighbor’s…


Current Series How do we know God apart from him making himself known to us? The Lord has a commitment all throughout scripture of revealing himself to the world and this revelation to his people is the central theme of the book of Exodus! How to live through suffering, how to…

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15 hours ago

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Calling all leaders and CG volunteers! In a year of confusion and doubt there has been one thing we could rely on like clockwork, you show up! You have given of your selves in so many ways and whether you are a House Church leader or a Sunday chair stacker, we want to say thank you. Join our staff and newly ordained elders at The Common Ground Meeting House this Sunday at from anytime between 4-6 for an Open House style gathering. We'll have food, drinks, and a gift for you! See you then. ... See MoreSee Less
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20 hours ago

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Advent Day 5: Have you ever heard a voice that sounds like an old friendTakes you right back to the kitchenYou can almost smell the cake that your Grandma made on your birthdayHave you ever laid on your back under a poplar treeThinking about all your memoriesLooking at the skyWondering why this feels like homeLike a Tennesssee river in the morningTakes your breath without a warningFeels like homeLike smoke rising up from the mountainsAll the beauty surroundingFeels like homeDrew and Ellie“Unless the LORD builds the house, the builders labor in vain. Unless the LORD watches over the city, the guards stand watch in vain.” Psalm 127:1Micro-Challenge: What feels like home to you? You may have crafted a nice life for yourself and nothing feel like the nostalgia of home. While "home" can mean many things as a follower of Christ there is not final home until we are in his presence. Yet, we get appetizers of mansion in glory down here all the time. Reflect on home today. For some that may be a walk in the woods that feels like home. For others that may be writing or a Facetime call to grandma. Whatever would connect with you with "home" give it 30 minutes today. Say sorry if you need to. Forgive if you need to. Love if you need to. Build your legacy on love. ... See MoreSee Less
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Advent Day 4: “Don’t worry, we’re just getting started. There’s lots more bad things coming, I promise.” -Cruella de Vil"May the sea roar and all it contains,The world and those who dwell in it.May the rivers clap their hands,May the mountains sing together for joyBefore Yahweh, for he is coming to judge the earth;He will judge the world with righteousnessAnd the peoples with fairness." Psalm 98 Micro-Challenge: Evil will have its day in court. We live in a world of sex traffickers, drug cartels, arms dealers, and wife beaters. We live and move within systems of death and murder, racism and violence. Jesus was born and the king set a decree to kill all children 2 and under in the village of Bethlehem. There is darkness all around the coming of God. We cannot brush this longing for justice under the Christmas tree skirt. Today hear the words of the Psalmist, "He will judge the world with righteousness and the people with equity." Pull out your calendar and set aside a day to fast and pray against the darkness that dwells in the world and in our own heart. Name and shame the evil and the darkness that is lurking. Commit to the light of Christ and walk by faith. ... See MoreSee Less
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