Salem partners with many fantastic local groups to provide for specific needs of those in our community.

  • Celebrate Recovery

    Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, twelve step recovery program that meets every week allowing us to draw hope from one another, while opening the door for God’s healing grace. By applying the tools of recovery, we catalyze spiritual growth and begin to replace our dysfunctional, compulsive and addictive behavior(s) with the freedom of peace, joy and hope found in God. Celebrate Recovery will meet every Saturday evening at 6:00pm for a fellowship dinner (optional), worship at 7:00pm, and break out groups at 8:00pm at St. John's Lutheran Church in Orange. Click HERE to learn more.

  • Center for Individual and Family Therapy (CIFT)

    Hope, Healing and Growth.

    The Center for Individual and Family Therapy has been providing top quality Christian Counseling in Orange County for over 20 years. They have the staff, resources, and support your need to find hope, healing, and growth in a caring, safe and professional place. 

    Click HERE to visit their website for more information.

  • Lutheran Social Services

    An established social services organization with a passionate commitment to servicing the needs and well-being of our communities through many different outlets. Some of the services they provide are counseling, job training, help for the elderly, financial guidance, transitional housing and utility assistance. Find more at www.lsscommunitycare.org.

  • Disaster Care

    The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod's disaster response ministry responds to immediate and long-term needs following natural and man-made disasters, working through LCMS districts and congregations, international Lutheran churches and other partners. You can find out more at www.lcms.org/disaster.

  • The Sheepfold

    Offering hope and a safe refuge for abused and forsaken women and children: www.thesheepfold.org.

  • JAARS

    A nonprofit that provides technical support services—such as aviation, information technology, and media—to advance Bible translation and literacy programs worldwide. Our work impacts teams with SIL International, the Wycliffe Global Alliance, and many related organizations. When the organization began in 1948, they offered two services: aviation and radio. They were appropriately named "Jungle Aviation and Radio Service" and often went by their acronym, "J.A.A.R.S." For more information, visit their website at www.jaars.org.