Hi, first before I forget, I suggest turning off comments on your contact page so it won't confuse visitors when they come to the page. Also, spammers scan the web looking for email addresses, so I would suggest not posting your email address, but instead use the Contact Form feature WordPress.com provides. It is very flexible and the contacts will be run through the Akismet spam filter to help keep them from getting to you.
Stay, on static pages, such as your Contact page, has widget areas to the left and right of the content. You could put the my community and recent comments widget in the right or left sidebar, and then they can be moved down below the content, but to do that you have to use absolute positioning, which means those widgets will no longer flow as they should in the responsive design, so they could ride up on top of the content on tablets or smart phones.
If you would like to put those into your one of the sidebars, and then use the widget visibility function to limit the display of those widgets to the contact page, and then let me know, I can see if I can move them down below the content and somehow keep them from going crazy on smaller width screens.