Redeemer Lutheran is proud to partner with the following community groups in making a difference in our communities. Please call the church office for more information.
The Al Anon group meets at Redeemer Lutheran Church 16351 Springdale St. Huntington Beach, CA 92649 every Monday morning at 10:00 am in Priscilla Circle. For more information please call Al Anon Orange County Office at (714) 748-1113.
For over 50 years, Al-Anon (which includes Alateen for younger members) has been offering hope and help to families and friends of alcoholics. It is estimated that each alcoholic affects the lives of at least four other people… alcoholism is truly a family disease. No matter what relationship you have with an alcoholic, whether they are still drinking or not, all who have been affected by someone else’s drinking can find solutions that lead to serenity in the Al-Anon/Alateen fellowship.
Troup 558 of the Boy Scouts meets every Monday evening at 7:00 in the Fellowship Hall. For more information contact the scout leader Mr. Arthur Lunsk – 714-846-0713.
THE MUSIC ACADEMY
Classes and private instruction offered in piano, recorder, handbells, dance, and “Bells and Whistles,” a comprehensive music program for children ages 2 to 6. For more information contact Pat Anderson at (714) 824-0027.
The following organizations work in conjunction with Redeemer Lutheran Church but are not located on the Redeemer campus.
THRIVENT – HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
Thrivent Builds with Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of Orange County – Build Update
CLICK HERE for more information about the recent project in Westminster.
ORANGE LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL
2222 N. Santiago Blvd.
Orange, California 92867
Lutheran High School of Orange County is a co-educational high school where students build a sound future with Christ as their leader. Since opening its doors in 1973, Orange Lutheran High School has grown into one of Southern California’s finest private high schools, offering state and nationally-recognized programs in academics, athletics, and the arts.
CREAN LUTHERAN SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL
4947 Alton Parkway, Irvine, CA 92604
Phone: (949) 916-0897
Fax: (949) 387-1200
Crean Lutheran South is academically excellent and distinctively Christ-centered:
Opened in the fall for the 2007-2008 school year with 100 students (composed of approximately 70 freshmen and 30 sophomores, adding juniors and seniors in our second and third years). Offering a full academic curriculum, including AP courses, individualized attention for resource students as well as advanced instruction, electives, Bible, college counseling and college-prep courses. Operated by the Lutheran Church – the largest protestant school system in the nation with 288,000 students over 2,500 schools. Projects an ultimate enrollment of approximately 1,200-1,500 students.
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY IRVINE
1530 Concordia West
Irvine, California 92612-3203
Main Phone: (949) 854-8002
Toll Free: (800) 229-1200
Five hundred years ago, an obscure university – with only a handful of faculty and less than one thousand students – forever altered the course of western history. This obscure institution was Wittenberg University, the birthplace of the Protestant Reformation. On the strength of the ideas that were given shape, Wittenberg faculty and graduates exerted a profound influence in the shaping of the modern world. Martin Luther well understood that free people stand not only in relation to God, but also in relation to the world and to one another. Thus, the Lutheran heritage of higher education became defined by a rigorous study of God’s word and God’s world, equipping students to be servants of both.
Five hundred years later, Concordia University Irvine proudly preserves, defends and promotes that heritage. In doing so we are motivated by the perceptive words of Luther himself: “You parents cannot prepare a more dependable treasure for your children than an education in the liberal arts. ” At Concordia Irvine, we are dedicated to shaping a coherent and comprehensive view of the world, of humanity and of the God who has created and redeemed both. It is faithfulness to this mission and this heritage which makes Concordia graduates, like those of Luther’s Wittenberg, “wise, honorable, and cultivated citizens” prepared for and devoted to serving God’s world and proclaiming God’s word.
Concordia University: Commissioned by Christ, developing wise, honorable, and cultivated citizens.
LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES
2560 N Santiago Blvd.
714-685-1800 ext 221
1501 East Orangethorpe Ave, Suite 250
Fullerton, CA 92831
phone: (714) 626-1800
fax: (714) 626-1810
12432 Ninth St.
Garden Grove, CA 92840
Lutheran Social Services of Southern California celebrates the love of Christ for all people through acts of service.
All people will have the opportunity to live and work in a community with dignity and hope. LSS/SC responds to the needs of all people regardless of race, religion, age, gender, or creed through the creation and maintenance of services and programs throughout Southern California.
LSS/SC has served in communities to help the homeless, the abused, and the frail. It is through this ministry that hundreds of thousands of people and their families are aided each year. Our ministry reaches those in need of counseling, emergency services, job training, transitional housing, help for the elderly, utility assistance, and much more. In every community which LSS serves, there are works to be done and wounds to be healed. In each of our hearts there is the power to do it.
LUTHERANS FOR LIFE
1120 South G Avenue
Nevada, Iowa 50201-2774
888-364-LIFE or 515-382-2077
Rev. Michael W. Salemink – Executive Director.
Lutherans For Life is a pro-life, pro-family ministry, neither a church body nor a denomination but a voluntary organization of “For Life” individuals.
To witness to the sanctity of human life, through education, based on the Word of God.
To be a powerful, biblical, pro-life voice and resource to Lutherans and, through them, transform society.
Lutherans For Life believes that the Church is compelled by God’s Word to speak and act on behalf of those who are vulnerable and defenseless. The crisis of our times is the repudiation of biblical truth manifested in the wanton destruction of innocent human life through legalized abortion-on-demand and the growing threat to the lives of others through legalized assisted suicide and euthanasia. Therefore, as Lutherans For Life, we will strive to give witness, from a biblical perspective, to the Church and society on these and other related issues such as chastity, post-abortion healing, and family living.