Family advocacy ministry

Woven is a family advocacy ministry with the mission of living out the Gospel by supporting vulnerable families and children. We want to see families stronger, not isolated -- as they become a part of something greater and understand God’s intricate work in their lives and their child’s life. Our goal is to facilitate relational ministry and ensure that families impacted by crisis are loved and supported.

ways to get involved:

We support families through by creating Care Communities. Each community is made up of 4-8 volunteers who provide practical and relational support to families. Teams consist of a mentor family, a mentor for discipleship, financial supporters, resource connectors, prayer partners, and members who can help with meals and transportation.

This model allows everyone to join in and support, pooling our different gifts, resources, and time capacities together in a way that is communal at its core. If this interests you at all, we have a space for you!

For more information about getting involved, you can reach out to Megan Drake via email.

volunteer team


    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.

  • megan drake / woven MINISTRY team leader

    Megan and her family have been attending Fredonia Hill since 2015. Since then, she has served in multiple roles within our family ministries and continues to champion families as a volunteer. She is married to her husband, Jeremy, and they have 4 children. 

    To get in touch with Megan, you can reach her here.