family home evening (plural family home evenings)
- (Mormonism) An evening, usually Monday, set apart once a week for family activity such as lessons, games, and prayer.
- 1970 April 27, Joseph F. Smith et al, Family Home Evening:
- Well-planned family home evenings can be a source of long-lasting joy and influence.
2009 April 5, Barbara Thompson, “Sister Barbara Thompson, Second Counselor, Relief Society”, in Deseret News:
- Scriptures, Family Home Evening, and family prayer will strengthen families.
An evening set apart for activities.