“Do Not Go Gentle”

“Do Not Go Gentle”

the Rev. Dr. Christine Tata, speaking

In anxious times, Unitarian Universalists draw upon many sources of religious wisdom, including Jewish and Christian teachings that counsel us to be pure and meek and gentle. In really anxious times, when shadows seem to loom, we need some really powerful words–like the poetry of the precocious, troubled, modernist Welshman, Dylan Thomas: “Do not go gentle into that good night.” Join us as we commit ourselves to keeping the flame alive.

Christine Tata has enjoyed visiting Red River from time to time through the years to preach, lead workshops, and appreciate the growth and sincerity of this fellowship. She brings a lifelong interest in religion and spirituality, a variety of academic and professional credentials, and pastoral experience as ordained minister for several progressive congregations. Christine now writes on Medium.com as Rev Dr Sparky, continuing in her mission to inspire courage in the face of absurdity.


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