#COQUITLAMLOVE is the official hashtag for The Common Place - a Christian Neighbourhood Church in Coquitlam that focuses on Loving All People - One Neighbour at a Time.
#COQUITLAMLOVE describes the love message of the Christian faith that The Common Place seeks to share with our Coquitlam neighbours!
WHO WE ARE
What We Believe
At the core, The Common Place is driven by God, His Son, and His Spirit. We are on a mission to bring people into faith communities where we can experience the love in relationship with Jesus Christ together. We choose to be part of Coquitlam to connect with people and share God’s truth through neighbourly love.
There’s No Strings Attached in what we do! We serve our neighbourhood unconditionally because that’s the nature of Jesus’ love! We don’t expect anything in return.
Oh, we’re not perfect, and we don’t expect you to be!
Learn more about what we believe and our statement of faith here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some FAQ's we've been asked and have answered. If you have further questions, don't hesitate to contact us!
What is The Common Place?
We are a Christian neighbourhood church that strives to love our neighbours! We gather people from all walks of life and share Christian neighbourly love, with the purpose of encouraging all to do the same to others.
See our complete FAQ page here.
Our Community Developing Pastor was raised in Coquitlam since he was 8 years old. Walton, Panorama, and Pinetree Way Elementary Schools, Hastings Junior Secondary (and now Maple Creek Middle), and Pinetree Secondary School were just part of growing up in Coquitlam for him. He dreamed for a career in broadcasting, but God had other ideas. He now strives to bring Christian love to those who do not yet know Jesus, while supporting himself through employment with the Government of Canada. Learn more about Conrad at www.conradau.ca.
Daily Text Messages of Biblical Encouragement
Small Group Connections at various Tri-Cities locations
Messages @CommonPlace222 & thecommonplace.ca
Dinner Connections on the last Sunday of the month
Love our neighbours and communities in different ways!