The Pacific Unitarian Universalist Fellowship's service for 11 a.m. Sunday will feature Rev. Emily Brault. She will speak on "Prophetic Communities: The Importance of Being Earnest."

Brault is a chaplain for the Oregon Department of Corrections and serves at the women's prison in Wilsonville. Before coming to Oregon, she worked for three years with the Minnesota Department of Corrections. She recently finished her dissertation on sweat lodge practices for Native Americans in prison. In her spare time, she plays the banjo.

Families and children are welcome. Refreshments will follow the service.

The service will be held at the First Congregational Church of Astoria, 820 Alameda Ave. For information, call 338-6883.


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