Featured Resources

Selah Podcast

We originally created the Selah podcast to help our people slow down and center on Jesus in the midst of COVID. It has since evolved to become a supplement and overflow of what our church family is exploring together at any given moment. You can listen to the Selah podcast here.

The App

We use the Commonwealth app to house some of our in-house training for microchurches, to share missional voices podcasts and to manage our church calendar, amongst other things. If you're looking for a bit more of a peek behind the curtain, the app is where it's at. You can download the Commonwealth App here.

Microchurch Handbook

The Commonwealth microchurch handbook is a tool we use to train, develop and empower people to start, lead and multiply microchurches. It is an ever evolving tool that reflects our community's collective learning. You can view the most recent version of our handbook here.

Aaron's Blog

Our founding pastor Aaron regularly shares what he is learning, unlearning and relearning on his personal blog at www.commonpastor.org. Regular topics include things like Jesus, religion, church, culture and mission. You can find Aaron's writing here

Creo Collective

The Creo Collective was founded in 2016 by a group of missional misfits who were committed to seeing ordinary men and women equipped and unleashed to be the church in unchurchly places. This movement has grown to include hundreds of kingdom laborers, the vast majority of whom are pioneering new expressions of Jesus' church in homes, parks, pubs and the marketplace. This is our tribe and family. You can learn more about Creo here.


At Commonwealth we define a disciple as someone who is committed to be with Jesus, become like Jesus and do the kinds of things Jesus did. Below are some downloadable wallpapers for your phone to help keep this vision front and center each day.

The Garden Project

The Garden Project podcast was created to tell stories about people who are using their talents, passions, and profession to cultivate beauty, goodness, justice and abundance in the world around them. You can listen to The Garden Project podcast here.

Learning To Love

This message was shared by Aaron at Fellowship Church here in Knoxville. It focuses on what it looks like to live sent as missionary disciple makers in three distinct spaces. Not only does it give some practical handles for the work of living on mission, it also encapsulates well our heartbeat as a church. You can view the message here.

Sending Language In Scripture

The language of "missional" and living "sent" can sound strange to some. Where did this come from? Is this just a passing trend? Is it even biblical? The truth is these are actually central themes that can be found throughout the Bible from beginning to end. For those new to the idea, Brad Brisco's article "Missional 'Sending Language' In Scripture" is a great place to start. You can read it here.