Equipping OTHERS
for the needs

of our City 

We believe learning to live on mission happens through self- discovery,
the guidance of the Spirit, and being grounded in the collective
wisdom of community.

ALL Family Sunday Gathering

Building Christ-centered community in worship, cultivating a culture of prayer and training our team to live sent as modern missionaries in an increasingly post-Christian culture. Are you interested in learning more or potentially being involved with the work of Commonwealth? Your first step is to email Aaron at aloy@commonwealthknox.org or Erik at echandler@commonwealthknox.org . We would love to connect with you and share more about how Sundays are arranged into part of our mission. 

Calling Lab

We believe learning to live on mission happens through self- discovery, the guidance of the Spirit, and being grounded in the collective wisdom of community. The Calling Lab is an experience offered to intentionally explore how God has uniquely wired, gifted, and prepared us to join Him in His Kingdom.

Missionary Formation Residency

The residency through Forge America is a six-month journey with a small group from our community. It is created to equip ordinary followers of Jesus to live and pioneer as missionaries in the places they live, work, and play. The residency will include meeting together every other week as a cohort, an online curriculum of video and reading material, a monthly one on one meeting with a coach, and face to face training time with missional thought leaders from around the globe.

Micro-Churches

In the summer of 2019, we launched our first micro-church in the Colonial Village neighborhood of South Knoxville. A micro-church is a committed group of Jesus followers, the size of an extended family (8-12), empowered by the Spirit, to participate in God’s mission of redemption in a particular neighborhood and/or network. In time, it will become our primary organizing structure as a church. As our team prepares together and as the Spirit leads, our dream is to see micro-churches planted throughout the city of Knoxville.