COmmunity outreach


Our Community Outreach Ministry started because we believe that God has given us the responsibility to take care of the people around us. We want to be a church where our neighbors can find Jesus and friendship!

Community Outreach at FH looks like a lot of things, but the main goal is this: connect our community with resources that prove God's provision and love for them.

To partner with God in what He is doing in our neighborhood, you can visit our Community Outreach Board in the Welcome Center to get involved, or reach out below!


get involved with community outreach

weekly serving opportunities



As we receive specific needs from our neighbors, we place them on cards located on our Community Outreach Board in the Welcome Center. These are updated frequently as members stop by the board and take a card to fulfill. 

You can view the list of current needs on Sunday mornings, or you can stop by the church during our normal hours, Monday-Thursday, 8AM to 5PM. 

To learn more about current needs listed on the board, email Becky Weems. 


THURSDAYS @ 11 a.m. 

Some of our neighbors need assistance with food, and we need volunteers to help with delivery! Pick-up is at 11 a.m. at Nacogdoches Hope -- and takes about 30 minutes total for pick-up and delivery. 

To learn more about volunteering in this area, email Becky Weems. 

community walks

Every quarter, we walk our neighborhood to check-in on our neighbors, spend time with them, and pray together. We want to become a church that extends a culture of welcome, and we believe that starts with intentionally seeking out & caring for our neighbors.

Our upcoming walk is Sunday, May 7th! We will stay after the service, have lunch provided, and then head out into the neighborhood! This walk should last from noon to 2:30 p.m. -- all ages are welcome. We hope you'll join us!

meet our staff

  • BECky weems, community outreach director

    Becky has been a member of Fredonia Hill since her childhood and has served in many ministry roles throughout the years. She is married to Zac Weems and together they have four children: Lexi, Max, Carli, and Mia. The Weems family is called to serve families in Nacogdoches but also the people of Haiti through their non-profit One Foot Raised.

    Becky has been serving at Fredonia Hill since 1993.

    To email Becky, click here.

  • maggie moore, community outreach armor bearer

    Hometown: Nacogdoches, Texas (born and raised!)

    Major: Social Work / SFA '25

    Her favorite thing about Nacogdoches: "Simply the community that exists within her!"

    Hobbies: I love to spend my time meeting new people, exploring new coffee shops, and going on spontaneous adventures!