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Homegoing Celebration of Life for Bro. Sam Howard Hughes II
Homegoing Celebration of Life for Bro. Sam Howard Hughes II

Wake - Friday, May 25, 2018
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Spring Antioch Baptist Church
27310 Oak St.
Spring, Texas 77373

Funeral - Saturday, May 26, 2018
12:00 p.m.
Carl Barnes Funeral Home
746 West 22nd St.
Houston, Texas77008

Let's keep the entire family and loved ones lifted in prayer! He served the Lord & the church well. Your Spring Antioch Family will definitely miss you! Absent from the body, present with the Lord! Rest well Bro. Sam Howard Hughes II!!!!

Upcoming Events 

Project Village

​​The Planning phase for a trip to Washington D.C is underway. This endeavor will be referred to as Project  

V. -  Various

I. -   Individuals

L. -  Linked

L. -  Locally to

A. -  Achieve a

G. -  Greater 

E. -  Educational Experience .  

The trip is scheduled for July 16-22, 2017 and is open to school age children - adults; however, kids ages 10 and under must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Registration will end December 31,2016. For more information or questions regarding the trip, you may contact Sis Kesi Eldridge@ 713-294-7803 or by email at kesi_goffney@yahoo.com or Rev. Eric Wilson Sr. @ 713-299-2080 or by email at revericwilson79@gmail.com.

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