lakeside small groups

Lakeside small groups are a fun, low-commitment opportunity to meet new people, connect with others and draw closer to the Lord!

Our fall small groups meet once a month in homes. They break bread together, watch a video devotional, and have group discussion about the Kingdom of God. For the final gathering, all groups meet together in the Lakeside Fellowship Center for one last meal and some added fun. In total, groups meet four times.

At the start of each season, three cycles a year, we shuffle the deck and form completely new groups. This way, you get to meet a new group of people each season. Sign up and get involved in the seasons your schedule will allow. Think you might miss a night? Join anyway! Don't let the busyness of life keep you from the hearts of God and others; we welcome you!

Small groups are also a great place for visitors and friends to meet others in the community. Maybe you've recently visited at one our worship services, or you are an active member at Lakeside who knows a neighbor or co-worker who is in need of community with believers. With the commitment of only one night a month, this is the perfect opportunity for new people to get to know our church outside the walls of the church.
Just make sure any guests mark on their registration form that you invited them, so we can put them in your group!

Sunday Nights from 5:30-7:30 p.m.


Childcare in the Children's Building at 5:15 p.m.

Transportation assistance available for Primetimers


Questions? Contact Tyson Taylor:
(601) 992-2835

"the new city catechism"

This fall, small groups will explore 'The New City Catechism.' Developed by The Gospel Coalition, this modernized, condensed catechism lays out 52 questions and answers related to God, human nature, sin, Christ, the Holy Spirit, and more.

Each video, 2-3 minutes long, contains one question from the catechism. With an immense truth of the gospel presented, each group will then have an opportunity to freely discuss and explore that truth together.

Each question is accompanied by contemporary commentary from pastors and TGC Council members, such as Tim Keller, D.A. Carson, Kevin DeYoung and John Piper.

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