Our new address is 1931 Mission Avenue, co-located on the Klamath Works/Sky Lakes Community Health Campus (which is 1930 South 6th St.)
Our Recovery Center Thrift Store remains at the current location, 840 Klamath Ave.
For info on accessing our new facility, and where to bring donations, click the link below:
The Klamath Falls Gospel Mission, Inc. ('KFGM') was founded and incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 1958...More About Us
Our Mission is to advance the Gospel of Jesus Christ by providing, rescue, recovery, and renewal services in the city and county of Klamath Falls.
People who come through our doors will meet and embrace life in Jesus Christ and through having their spiritual and physical needs met will become vital, contributing members of our community.
In the book of Judges, the man Gideon was told “The Lord is with you” and the Lord wanted to show Himself strong, so the Lord spoke through Gideon to 22,000 people if you are fearful and trembling, GO HOME. So the number left was 10,000.
The Lord had the remaining 10,000 drink water and basically those who drank like a dog had to go home too. This left “300”, that were “STRONG”, because though small in number, their hope was in their God. Despite insurmountable odds, those “300” ended up defeating an army 135,000.
What does this mean to you? We have seemingly insurmountable odds with the spiritual and physical warfare that many men, women and children are going through right here in the Klamath Basin. But we also have the same God that Gideon does “300 STRONG” signifies a small number of people, that are not afraid of this fight because they know God is for them and they don’t drink water like a puppy.
Will you be one of the 300, the “300 STRONG” (monthly givers)?
Go to Donations to sign up to be one of the 300 people that gives $10, $20, $40, $100, or any amount you feel led to give, on a monthly basis. Or fill out one of the 300 Strong secure envelopes and return to the Gospel Mission. What seems small to you is a very powerful thing, when partnered with the Lord.
MOST NEEDED ITEMS AT THE MISSION RIGHT NOW...WARM WINTER GLOVES & BLANKETS
The cold weather has begun and we give away hundreds of blankets and gloves through the winter. If you have these items please bring them to the Mission, drop them off 6am to 9pm at the front, 7 days a week.
Thank you for your generosity!
By Rev Steve Flecken
The petition for sale of recreational marijuana in Klamath Falls has collected enough signatures to qualify for the November ballot, according to the Herald and News. Proponents are proclaiming victoriously “WE DID IT!” with the hashtag #KLAMATH-STRONG.
A commentary in the July 8 H&N by Ed Medina Jr., chief petitioner and owner of a local medical marijuana dispensary, claims that the pros of recreational pot outweigh the cons and that “there is no downside.”
Let’s pause a moment to remember the bottom line: This debate is about legitimizing intoxication as recreation. We already have medical marijuana available in town. That is not the question. We are now talking about getting high just for fun. In what way is that a victory for our community or a source of strength?
Mr. Medina’s commentary began with a chilling admission: “We know beyond any doubt that what we are doing is in the best interest of this community, and the people in it, even if the people do not understand that.” Whoa! High or sober, that is positively fascist. Why even bother with the November ballot if Mr. Medina and his supporters know better than the voters what is good for Klamath?
"Shawnna Ottenbacher came to the mission looking to fill her water bottle with some water. Little did she know that she would receive more than the water this world has to offer, she would receive the living water that Jesus Christ offers...."
In need of clothing, furniture, household goods? Our thrift store Temporary Assistance Program (TAP) may be able to help you.
We provide ongoing bible based classes utilizing proven curriculum. Come join us.
We have staff, local pastors and guest speakers share the Word of God at our Chapel service. It is open to the public and you are invited.
We have staff, local pastors and guest speakers share the Word of God for our Devotion service. It is open to the public and you are invited.