Anniversaries: Sugar Creek Baptist Church

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Sugar Creek Baptist Church celebrated its 40th anniversary in May at 13223 Hwy. 59, Sugar Land. The 9,600-member church celebrated its 40-year milestone with special exhibits highlighting the church's impact on the Sugar Land, Fort Bend County and Houston communities over the past four decades. 281-242-2858. www.sugarcreek.net

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