We are blessed to host Bishop Abraham Nhial from the South Sudan on Sunday, June 23. He will be preaching both morning services as well as sharing his story as a refugee child “lost boy” from Sudan that evening at 6:30 p.m. at Billy and Sally Slack’s house at 151 Oakmont Place. Hear from a man who went from tending cows to surviving a 1000-mile trek as a boy. He lived in a refugee camp for 13 years and eventually became one of the 39 provincial leaders of the Anglican Church in the world. You won’t want to miss this opportunity. Bring an appetizer and beverage of choice.