MEN: Short Term Groups and On-going Groups

God created us to live in relationship with others and only then can we live the life He intends. While in a small group, we can be intentional with each other as we take steps to know and become like Jesus. Are you ready to explore our short term and on-going groups?  

Click the button to register online, email the leader directly or sign up in person at Connect U on Sept. 17 in the main lobby of LSCC!

Men's Short Term Groups

These groups and classes are a great way to get a taste of group life and grow to become more like Jesus. Here are some options for the fall. 

Followers Made Experience

This six-month small group experience challenges individuals to move from being a fan to a follower of Jesus through cultivating a deeper relationship with Him along with discovering the calling He has given to each of us. Click on this link for more info Followers Made


Invitation To A Journey

Tuesday or Thursday early mornings (group will decide), starting the week of Sept 17. LSCC. Discipleship or spiritual formation is the call for all who follow Jesus. We will stare into the reality that we are all being shaped by and into something, either the image and character of Christ or something lesser. Over 8-10 weeks, the group will be discussing the book, Invitation To A Journey by Robert Mulholland. For more information or to sign up contact Steve Leach,  


On-going small groups

Band of brothers 

Tuesday nights, 6:30 pm, starting Sept 12. LSCC Cafe. This group focuses on sexual purity and support for men. Band of Brothers is currently working through the Seven Pillars of Freedom workbook to provide a positive place to understand addiction, build a lifestyle of accountability and find freedom. For more info, contact Hal Perdue 816-304-7658 or 


Men in Training (MIT)

Thursday mornings, 6:30 am, starting Sept 14. LSCC Café.  The purpose of MIT is help men discover who God made us to be and how we are to live out God’s calling. Currently, we are in a study by Timothy Keller called Every Good Endeavor as we learn how we can connect God’s work to our work. For more info, contact Doug Brown


start your own group?

If you know a few people and want to start your own group, click here. We'd love to explore this idea with you.