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Along with our educational opportunities, here are some easy ‘on-ramps’ for getting involved at Lakeside…

Programs at a Glance



We have numerous mission partners, but some are more regular and hands on. Keep an eye out for bulletin and website information to find out how to help out.

  • Open Door is a food pantry in Walnut Hills. When we go, we need help handing out food, organizing the give-away, and greeting our brothers and sisters in Walnut Hills. Monthly, 3rd Saturdays @ 8:30-10:30a.m. All ages welcome!
  • CLASP is short for the “Children of Ludlow After School Program.” At CLASP we sing and play and need help with food, tutoring, and making friends in Ludlow. Weekly, Thursdays @ 3-5:30p.m. Teens and adults.
  • Matthew 25 Ministries is a global outreach in Blue Ash that shares resources. We help with sorting and organizing. Quarterly, 2nd Saturdays @ 9-11a.m. All ages welcome!


Monthly Groups

Along with our monthly education programs, keep an eye out for these groups!

  • Elderberries are adults who gather for lunch and a speaker. Monthly, 4th Thursdays @ noon. Adults.
  • Presbyterian Women
    • Morning Glories: Breakfast and Bible Study, 3rd Wednesdays @ 10a.m.
    • Circle Three: Evening gathering and Bible Study, 2nd Tuesdays @ 6:30p.m.
    • Book Club: Evening gathering and Book Discussion, 1st Thursdays @ 5:30p.m.


Contact Director of Music Stephanie Nash or Children’s Music Director Claire Miller to add your voice!

  • Chancel Choir—Adults, Thursdays @ 7:30p.m.
  • Celebration Choir—K-5th Grades, Sundays @ 9:30a.m.
  • Kyrie Choir—6-12th Grades, Sundays @ 5:00p.m.
  • Lakeside Ringers—Adults, Thursdays @ 6:30p.m.


Other Opportunities

  •  Committee Work: Our Session and Board of Deacons are made up of elected leaders. Other committees are made up of dedicated volunteers. Embrace your inner ‘Presbyterian’ and join a committee!
  • Stephen Ministry: A program of our congregation that equips laypersons to provide distinctively Christian one-to-one care to those who are experiencing all kinds of life needs and circumstances, both in our congregation and in our community.
  • Be a Liturgist
  • Contribute Flowers



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