Chris Jones
Feb 27, 2018

COTH New Senior Minister

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Community on the Hill Welcomes New Senior Minister!

Please join us in celebration starting March 4th

Sunday service at 10AM

 

The Board of Directors of Community on the Hill (COTH) is excited to announce and welcome

Reverend Paul James Tenaglia as COTH’s new Senior Minister effective March 1, 2018. He will

be responsible for leading the spiritual life of our church and community.

Paul has been a Unity minister since 1991 and has ministered in churches and centers in Bellevue, Santa Fe, Palm Springs, San Francisco, and New York City.

Paul served as an Associate Minister for Eric Butterworth at Unity Center of Practical Christianity (New York) before founding Unity of New York – A Spiritual Center for Creative Living, located in downtown Manhattan, where he was the Senior Minister for 16 years.

Before entering Unity ministry, Paul was an assistant supervisor for the Telephone Prayer Room at Silent Unity and Unity Village. Prior to this, Paul was an actor/singer/dancer appearing in national tours, off- Broadway, and in theaters across North America.

Paul’s mission as a Unity minister is to lead, encourage, and facilitate healthy growth in the

Unity churches and centers in which he serves. His credo is that each of us are divine artists on

this wonderful planet, co-creating with Spirit lives that are vibrantly whole, abundantly blessed,

and joyfully successful.

Community on the Hill was founded by the late Reverend Amalie Frank in 1994. Originally

located on Capitol Hill in Northeast Washington our current church home in the St Luke’s

Mission Center in Glover Park, just north of Georgetown at 3655 Calvert Street, N.W.,

Washington, D.C. 20007.

 

For More Information Community on the Hill

Email: cothdc@verizon.net 3655 Calvert Street, N.W.

Phone: 202.333.3034 Washington, DC 20007

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