Trickle Out Tenfold

Spring is here, He has risen, and with the changing season, our volunteers are also rising to the challenges! This month, GKC has been blessed with a smattering of hard working, caring children, teens, and adults. Our March finale was Samford University’s Cultivate team–which consisted of eighty volunteers–who came and did a little bit of everything GKC needed to serve the community. Tasks included clearing and cleaning the basement, digging…Keep Reading

His Servants Doing His Will

Our community engagement continues to be phenomenal. We are blessed with partners from all around Birmingham. 28 serve teams in first quarter 2019 compared to 36 serve teams for the entire 2018 year. Wow, God! In addition, we have the honor to lend a helping hand with a new food outreach which is in its second month in Maplesville, AL, plus share food with our friends at The Lovelady Center…Keep Reading

Divide and Conquer

In God’s goodness, we come together and strive to be our best selves. For the month of February 2019, Grace Klein Community, Inc. had six separate groups of volunteers donate their time either at the up-and-coming community house, “The House on the Hill,” or our community office. The Shelby Crossings youth group and Godspeed Elite Sports Academy took the divide and conquer approach; while the women and teenagers either cleaned…Keep Reading

‘What Are You Doing for Others?’

In 2018, Grace Klein Community hosted 36 serve teams that provided invaluable support and volunteer work force to our day-to-day operations. Without 100 volunteers EVERY week, GKC cannot operate effectively. As we enter 2019, we are trusting for 52 serve teams, to average one a week, to keep us energized and operating smoothly. For January 2019, we are off to an excellent start with 5 incredible groups of people, 7…Keep Reading

Thanksgiving Togetherness

“Do not work for the food which perishes, but for the food which endures to eternal life, which the Son of Man will give to you, for on Him the Father, God, has set His seal.” – John 6:27 Imagine a Thanksgiving day without food. TRY. So many of us take food for granted, but it is so much more than fuel for our bodies. A good meal brings family…Keep Reading

A New Ending

“We made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him.” – step 3 of Alcoholics Anonymous “God makes all of us beautiful and strong in our own ways. Some of us know from a young age that He is always in our presence, and we are able to feel his effects daily; some of us must search and sacrifice…Keep Reading

Networking for a Cause – October 2018

On Tuesday October 2, 2018 Grace Klein Community held our quarterly Networking for a Cause event at the Little Donkey on 280. We had a great turnout of local businesses, ministries and non-profit organizations. Networking for a Cause provides a great environment to get to know other professionals seeking to grow their businesses to make a difference in Birmingham. DJ Giorgio provided great music as folks mingled and played cornhole….Keep Reading

To Serve God and Country

“Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.” – 1 Timothy 4:12 “In such a political time in our lives, it is easy to get bogged down in the latest bureaucratic, unjust news stories. In times like this, it is nice to remember that children are our future, and…Keep Reading

Servants of Jesus

“The elders who direct the affairs of the church well are worthy of double honor, especially those whose work is preaching and teaching.” – 1 Timothy 5:17 If Grace Klein Community were to create the ideal group of volunteers in a lab, we would include traits like, hard-working, sweet-tempered, open-minded, and selfless. Shades Mountain Baptist Church’s group of senior volunteers provided all of these, plus an undeniable sense of duty…Keep Reading

First Saturday Serve

“All Serve Days come with highs and lows, but seldom is that sentiment taken as literally as it was on Saturday. October 6, 2018. Church of the Highlands, Grandview Campus had a team of eight energetic volunteers. One volunteer, Trent, spent more time off the ground than on it while he painted the exterior of the house; another group, on the other hand, dug two-feet-deep post holes for the new…Keep Reading


As Grace Klein Community continues to grow, so does our dire need for helping hands around the office. As summer approached, we felt the Lord tell us to simply “ask.” Our theme for June and July is “Summer Serve,” encouraging folks to reach out to serve alongside us with the extra hours they might have to share over the summer. “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and…Keep Reading

Bold Vulnerability

Grace Klein Community creates many different intentional gatherings to provide opportunities for members to laugh, grow, serve, pray, and worship together. Our events give opportunities for members to live life together. A special favorite, ladies nights! A time for women of all ages to let go, laugh a little, cry a lot, and just be free to share their hearts without the sense of judgement from the world. The Lord…Keep Reading


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