Latter-day Saint families meet together once a week and share an evening together. Often this is Monday night, but families can adapt as needed. The evening generally consists of a family member sharing a gospel lesson, a fun activity that all can participate in, and, of course, yummy refreshments to enjoy together. Singles groups often hold their own "family home evening" on Monday nights, since many singles are without nearby family members. Besides, it makes for a fun evening together.
An evening set aside weekly for family activities, discussions, and instruction. Church leaders do not schedule meetings or activities on Monday nights so that families can be free to be together.
A family night (Monday nights), reserved for evenings home with the family.
A program in which family members gather (usually on Monday evening) for family-centered spiritual instruction and social activities.
Family Home Evening (FHE) or Family Night, in the context of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, refers to one evening per week, usually Monday, that families are encouraged to spend together in study, prayer and other wholesome activities. According to the LDS Church, the purpose of FHE is to help families strengthen bonds of love with each other as well as provide an atmosphere where parents can teach their children principles of the gospel.