One of the “Lost Boys of Sudan,” now church leader and advocate for the people of the newly-formed state of South Sudan, will be speaking at the Anglican Church of the Holy Trinity Wednesday, July 3 beginning at 6:00 pm. Bishop Abraham Yel Nhial will tell us something of his own story and that of the “Lost Boys of Sudan.” He will paint a picture for us of the terrible religious and sectarian violence that has devastated the people of Sudan and how the church is working to meet the overwhelming needs of the people of that region. All in the community are invited. Supper is provided compliments of Holy Trinity. Holy Trinity’s address is 160 Merovan Drive, North Augusta, 29860. Call 803-341-0075 for directions or go to www.anglicanchurchoftheholytrinity.com for a map.