Welcome to Common Ground 

Spirituality Without Borders for Spiritually Independent People

The first and foremost goal of Common Ground is to make a difference in as many people's lives as possible. We strive to provide open and inclusive spirituality for people to grow in healthy ways and experience life's journey at its best.


Have you been searching for an expansive, innovative and contemporary way to nurture your body, mind and spirit?  If so,  Common Ground may be an answer.  Give us a try.


We are Spiritual, not Religious




We invite you to consider taking a fearless moral inventory. 


Resisting racism means examining our basic instincts and assumptions about race. How do these assumptions shape our daily lives? What are our fears about people of other races? In what ways do we act differently when we drive through certain neighborhoods? How do we carry ourselves in situations where we interact with people of other races? Are we able to see Divinity in people whose skin color is different from ours or whose language is different from ours?


Henry David Thoreau said, “It is never too late to give up your prejudices.” 



We hold to be true that all men and women are created in God’s image; not just some races and racial types, but all bear the imprint of Divinity and are enlivened by the breath of The One Spirit.



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All Common Ground events and activities are on hold during this time of social distancing.   


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Common Ground supports the movement and ongoing struggle to end State-sanctioned violence, liberate Black people, and end white supremacy forever.


We join in imagining and helping to create a world free of anti-Blackness, where every Black person has the social, economic, and political power to thrive.  


We intend to embody and practice justice, liberation, and peace in our engagements with one another.