In August 2021 our Sister2Sister Project committee sent 300 personal hygiene kits to two girls’ schools in Kenya.  These kits allow the girls to be able to attend school during their monthly periods and remove the adverse impact of extensive school absences. Over two-thirds of the girls gave their lives to Christ!!! This project was completed in partnership with Shalom Outreach, Inc.
A special thanks to Lynchburg Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., The Mount Vernon Quilter’s Association, and the Atkinson family seamstresses for their support.

Girls excited to receive the hygiene kits made by FOM!

Preparing personal hygiene kits to send to Uganda

FOM Events


Charlotte Contemporary Ensemble

Sunday, March 27, 2022

Fishers of Men, Inc. has closely monitored the potential impact of COVID-19 in our community.  Following local and national decisions made recently,  we feel it is best to postpone this event to protect the health of our guests.  Tickets purchased and donations will be applied to the rescheduled event when sanctions are lifted by the Governor of NC.

2022  “Disciples on a Mission” Tea and Luncheon

Sunday, August 7, 2022 @ 3:00 P.M.

TBA

Annual “Disciples on a Mission Tea and Luncheon” will help provide monthly support to our three missionaries serving in Ethiopia, the Middle East, and South Asia.


Kroger Community Rewards Fundraiser

Become a Fisher of Men, Inc. supporter through our Kroger fundraiser simply by shopping at Kroger. Here’s how:

  Call 800-576-4377 and link your Kroger Plus Card to FOM, Inc. Organization #IN480.
This takes about 5 minutes and there is no charge or change in members’ rewards.

Note: Linkup must be done every year in July/August time frame.  Please put this information in a text and forward it to all your friends.


Amazon Smiles

Come SHOP with US on Amazon Smiles! Just click the link to immediately partner with Fishers of Men, Inc of Lynchburg, VA through Amazon.

“History of Black Church Music”

Saturday, April 27, 2019 @ 5:00 P.M.

Pleasant Valley Baptist Church

Dr. Carlton Jackson, Pastor

5517 Pleasant Valley Road

Lynchburg, Virginia 24504

“How We Got Over: The History of Black

Church Music,” featuring Music from slavery to the present, including Negro Spirituals, Gospel Hymns, and Contemporary/ Gospel Music. A specially selected community choir under the direction of Minister of Music Robert Cardwell will be singing.