We at Fondren Presbyterian Church believe that hospitality is the foundation of meaningful fellowship. We encourage visitors to share with us all of God’s blessings in a warm, open, and intergenerational environment. Fondren offers many opportunities for such fellowship.

Many Fondren activities revolve around good food, and guests are always welcome. The Wednesday Night Supper/Program is perhaps Fondren's most intentional fellowship gathering. Members and guests gather at 6:00 P.M. for a delicious meal. After the meal, we review the ongoing activities of the church, share information, and pray for members, relatives, neighbors, and friends. A program follows—anything from a Bible study to a robust discussion of community affairs to an art lecture or hands-on crafts.

On the Second Sunday, we gather after worship for a delicious catered lunch hosted by one of our Sunday School classes or church committees. First-time visitors are our guests. Please join us.

Other fellowship opportunities abound: At Christmas, we climb aboard the Fondren Trolley and go caroling, visiting our shut-in members and brightening their season—and ours—with song. Dinners for Eight are small groups of Fondren members who gather in homes or restaurants at times determined by the individual groups. These intentionally diverse groups change periodically to enable different members to get to know each other in an informal setting. At Fondren Social, our younger/young-at-heart members get together for fun, food, and good fellowship.

Since fellowship involves caring for each other and for those outside the walls of Fondren, explore the Congregational Care and Mission and Evangelism sections of the web site to learn more about ways in which we extend Fondren's nurturing love and hospitality.