We are a devoted community

 
 
DJI_0230.jpg
 
CT logo IMG_2834.PNG
 
 

Common Thread was born out of a desire to rediscover the historical DNA of church as family, church as movement and church as city. While Common Thread is an organization, we passionately believe that the church is a living breathing, unprecedented, unstoppable movement, and cannot be contained within a building or a brand. A movement made up of poor and rich, mothers and fathers, thinkers and dreamers, innovators, entrepreneurs and addicts, prophets and poets… all of which are sinners.

Common Thread simply serves the movement. Whether it’s through missional innovation, business incubation, justice work or foundational life together, we do not seek to be another “church”, but rather a thread that unifies all who follow Yeshua and are working for His kingdom to come to earth. This website, therefore, is a platform to tell those stories.

 

Featured stories

 
 
tom-parsons-426898-unsplash.jpg

Virtue & The Homeless

My prayer is that we would find the courage to fully associate our lives with the poor…”

Read More →

 
kaley-dykstra-10484-unsplash.jpg

Murder, Redemption, and a Courtroom

“We are all more than the worst thing we have ever done” - Bryan Stevenson

Read More →

Photo+Nov+08%2C+11+42+11+AM.jpg

Sons to Fathers

“Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.”

Watch Video →

 
 
 
 
 
 

The city we’ve been given.

The ultimate story we’re wanting to tell is one of a family of broken people, of a fight for something real, of a city called the Kingdom of God.

 
 
 
 
ironwood mural.jpg

Featured initaitives

 

Home


Business


Culture


 
 

global partnerships

Across the globe the Lord is working in ways that have been lost in the Western world. We are partnering and learning from believers all over in order to see God in a fuller frame.   

 
 
 
 
anton-van-der-weijst-582982-unsplash.jpg
 

Featured Networks

 

BAOBAB

A world leader in justice and reconciliation, Ghana has inspired men and women from Martin Luther King Jr. to Mother Theresa. We've been shown the powerful and dedicated spirit of the Ghanaian people in their love for the lowest and their fellow man.