Rev. Frank Hughes, Jr.
 

revfrankhughesjr.org website

is also available

at these mirror sites:

 

southnorfolkbaptist
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hurch.com


southernbaptist
sermons.org

frankhughes.wales

baptist.wales

Note for visitors to this website:

If you are using Safari, Google, or Google Chrome as a browser, you might notice that Google has started adding to any organizational website which does not use SSL, an expensive security feature,  a "not secure" note in these organizations website address lines.  They have tried to force every organization to go to SSL according to the folks who host our site.  (Firefox and Yahoo search engines does not do this).

But because our site does not sell, use email, or advertise, and because we are an informational and organizational website only, our site is very secure. 

Here is an example of another strictly organizational website that comes up "not secure."  It is a historical website that gives information about the early Baptist history in Wales.  If you click on the site (below) it will also come up in your address line as "not secure," which we know, of course, is not true; it is a very secure website:
Why our website uses Firefox to load the files you see.
A review recently written by a Washington Post columnist about the pitfalls of using different websites:
"To God Be the Glory" was the hymn used to open every Evening Worship Service, broadcast live on WXRI-FM, from the South Norfolk Baptist Church auditorium.

 

Here is "To God Be the Glory," sung on the 50th anniversary of "Songs of Praise," the oldest Christian music program broadcast on the BBC.

(Video courtesy of the BBC)

("Chaplain Hughes Products" is a restricted site for military Chaplains only. They may contact him with their .mil email via his email for permission to use the material.)

Pastors are encouraged to read and use the sermons by Rev. Hughes in their own sermon preparation study. Pastors can use the entire sermon with title, but cannot publish it on commercial basis, which is under 2012 copyright.

 

"The Pastor's Pen" was a personal note written by Rev. Hughes in the weekly church paper "The Messenger."  Other pastors may use any of that material they wish, even as is, but may not publish any of those on a commercial or private basis, as they are under 2012 Copyright.

 

All paintings by Rev. Frank Hughes, Jr, on this website, are under 2013 copyright; they are not for public publishing or for sale.

This website now averaging over 500 visitors a month.
"Crown Him with Many Crowns"
from St. David's Hall, Cardiff, Wales

This website is dedicated to the Glory of God

and to the memory of Rev. Frank Hughes, Jr.,

Pastor Emeritus, South Norfolk Baptist Church,

1101 Chesapeake Avenue,  Chesapeake, Virginia

Rev. Hughes served as Pastor of South Norfolk Baptist Church, February 9, 1947--September 30, 1984.  Born in Currituck County, North Carolina, he attended Wake Forest College and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He made a profession of faith in Jesus Christ during a revival at the Knotts Island Methodist Church, at age 12, was baptized in the Currituck Sound, and became a member of the Knotts Island Baptist Church, where the family attended.
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June 3, 2019 marks the 45th Anniversary of the death of
Jim Hughes, killed in the line of duty.
Only family (Hughes, Read, Wauchope) and original web pages will be available during the months of June & July. Updates will be made to those pages, including new pictures, letters, sermons, etc.
Jim, his mother, and brother Joe, look out at the Grand Canyon.
Joe, Jim and their Dad, Rev. Frank Hughes, Jr., on top of Little Stony Man Mountain, Virginia.
In memory of Jim's heritage, this broadcast features a congregation in Wales singing "Guide Me, Oh Thou Great Jehovah" sung to the hymn tune, "Cwm Rhondda" written by John Hughes.  The last verse is repeated in the Welsh language. Video courtesy of the BBC.
Jim recorded three evening devotions for use at Bluefield College.  Joe provided the music on the Henry Pilcher's Sons Pipe Organ.  Recorded at South Norfolk Baptist Church.