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Rev. Paul James Tenaglia

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Unity

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Unity

225 West 99Th Street

New York, New York 10025

United States

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Founding Minister

Spiritual Arts Center NYC

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Actor's Equity

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Unity

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Spiritus

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Unity School of Christianity

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Staff, Teachers & Facilitators

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PAUL TENAGLIA - Founding & Senior Minister

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Paul Tenaglia - Founding & Senior Minister Paul Tenaglia is the founding and senior minister of Unity of New York. A graduate of the Unity School of Christianity's Ministerial Program at Unity Village, Missouri, Paul was licensed and ordained in 1991. While at Unity Village, he was an assistant supervisor and trainer
for the Silent Unity Telephone Prayer Room, the oldest continually operating 24-hour prayer ministry in the country.
After ordination, Paul served as minister of Unity Church of Santa Fe and Unity Church of San Francisco. He came back to New York after Eric Butterworth called him to serve with him as associate minister of the Unity Center at Avery Fisher Hall, located at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
After three years, Paul was led to found Unity of New York to satisfy the need for a spiritual community in Manhattan. Unity of New York draws members and attendees from the tri-state area and New England. The congregation is made up of many walks of life with well over 60% of those it serves in the performing arts field.
Before dedicating his life to the ministry, Paul was a theatre artist himself. He performed off-Broadway, in national tours, stock, and in many regional theatres in the U.S. and Canada. He also directed and/or choreographed over 100 shows in his career including LOVE LETTERS starring Citizen Kane's Ruth Warrick; the original Toronto production of the off-Broadway hit SCRAMBLED FEET; GYPSY for Kansas City's Theatre Under the Stars, and the first non-U.S. professional production of THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS (Limelight Theatre, Toronto) He also wrote a show that had a four month run in Toronto "I Ought to be on Broadway, But I Don't Have My Green Card."
Paul emphasizes that the theatre and the church have the same divine roots; and that it is necessary that church services recapture the joy, mystery, and sense of child-like wonder that theatre still holds. His credo is that each one of us is a Divine Artist/Minister with the power to create a healthy, prosperous and creative life - and helping others to know it as well.


Welcome to Unity of New York

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PAUL TENAGLIA - Founding & Senior Minister

Paul Tenaglia is the founding and senior minister of Unity of New York. A graduate of the Unity School of Christianity's Ministerial Program at Unity Village, Missouri, Paul was licensed and ordained in 1991. While at Unity Village, he was an assistant supervisor and trainer for the Silent Unity Telephone Prayer Room, the oldest continually operating 24-hour prayer ministry in the country.
After ordination, Paul served as minister of Unity Church of Santa Fe and Unity Church of San Francisco. He came back to New York after Eric Butterworth called him to serve with him as associate minister of the Unity Center at Avery Fisher Hall, located at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
After three years, Paul was led to found Unity of New York to satisfy the need for a spiritual community in Manhattan. Unity of New York draws members and attendees from the tri-state area and New England. The congregation is made up of many walks of life with well over 60% of those it serves in the performing arts field.
Before dedicating his life to the ministry, Paul was a theatre artist himself. He performed off-Broadway, in national tours, stock, and in many regional theatres in the U.S. and Canada. He also directed and/or choreographed over 100 shows in his career including LOVE LETTERS starring Citizen Kane's Ruth Warrick; the original Toronto production of the off-Broadway hit SCRAMBLED FEET; GYPSY for Kansas City's Theatre Under the Stars, and the first non-U.S. professional production of THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS (Limelight Theatre, Toronto) He also wrote a show that had a four month run in Toronto "I Ought to be on Broadway, But I Don't Have My Green Card."
Paul emphasizes that the theatre and the church have the same divine roots; and that it is necessary that church services recapture the joy, mystery, and sense of child-like wonder that theatre still holds. His credo is that each one of us is a Divine Artist/Minister with the power to create a healthy, prosperous and creative life - and helping others to know it as well.


Welcome to Unity of New York

unityofnewyork.org [cached]

PAUL TENAGLIA - Founding & Senior Minister

Paul Tenaglia is the founding and senior minister of Unity of New York. A graduate of the Unity School of Christianity's Ministerial Program at Unity Village, Missouri, Paul was licensed and ordained in 1991. While at Unity Village, he was an assistant supervisor and trainer for the Silent Unity Telephone Prayer Room, the oldest continually operating 24-hour prayer ministry in the country.
After ordination, Paul served as minister of Unity Church of Santa Fe and Unity Church of San Francisco. He came back to New York after Eric Butterworth called him to serve with him as associate minister of the Unity Center at Avery Fisher Hall, located at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
After three years, Paul was led to found Unity of New York to satisfy the need for a spiritual community in Manhattan. Unity of New York draws members and attendees from the tri-state area and New England. The congregation is made up of many walks of life with well over 60% of those it serves in the performing arts field.
Before dedicating his life to the ministry, Paul was a theatre artist himself. He performed off-Broadway, in national tours, stock, and in many regional theatres in the U.S. and Canada. He also directed and/or choreographed over 100 shows in his career including LOVE LETTERS starring Citizen Kane's Ruth Warrick; the original Toronto production of the off-Broadway hit SCRAMBLED FEET; GYPSY for Kansas City's Theatre Under the Stars, and the first non-U.S. professional production of THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS (Limelight Theatre, Toronto) He also wrote a show that had a four month run in Toronto "I Ought to be on Broadway, But I Don't Have My Green Card."
Paul emphasizes that the theatre and the church have the same divine roots; and that it is necessary that church services recapture the joy, mystery, and sense of child-like wonder that theatre still holds. His credo is that each one of us is a Divine Artist/Minister with the power to create a healthy, prosperous and creative life - and helping others to know it as well.


Welcome to Unity of New York

www.unityofnewyork.com [cached]

PAUL TENAGLIA - Founding & Senior Minister

Paul Tenaglia is the founding and senior minister of Unity of New York. A graduate of the Unity School of Christianity's Ministerial Program at Unity Village, Missouri, Paul was licensed and ordained in 1991. While at Unity Village, he was an assistant supervisor and trainer for the Silent Unity Telephone Prayer Room, the oldest continually operating 24-hour prayer ministry in the country.
After ordination, Paul served as minister of Unity Church of Santa Fe and Unity Church of San Francisco. He came back to New York after Eric Butterworth called him to serve with him as associate minister of the Unity Center at Avery Fisher Hall, located at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
After three years, Paul was led to found Unity of New York to satisfy the need for a spiritual community in Manhattan. Unity of New York draws members and attendees from the tri-state area and New England. The congregation is made up of many walks of life with well over 60% of those it serves in the performing arts field.
Before dedicating his life to the ministry, Paul was a theatre artist himself. He performed off-Broadway, in national tours, stock, and in many regional theatres in the U.S. and Canada. He also directed and/or choreographed over 100 shows in his career including LOVE LETTERS starring Citizen Kane's Ruth Warrick; the original Toronto production of the off-Broadway hit SCRAMBLED FEET; GYPSY for Kansas City's Theatre Under the Stars, and the first non-U.S. professional production of THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS (Limelight Theatre, Toronto) He also wrote a show that had a four month run in Toronto "I Ought to be on Broadway, But I Don't Have My Green Card."
Paul emphasizes that the theatre and the church have the same divine roots; and that it is necessary that church services recapture the joy, mystery, and sense of child-like wonder that theatre still holds. His credo is that each one of us is a Divine Artist/Minister with the power to create a healthy, prosperous and creative life - and helping others to know it as well.


Unity NYC Staff Biographies

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Founding & Senior Minister Paul James Tenaglia

Paul Tenaglia is the founding minister of Unity Church of New York.Previously, Paul served as associate minister to Eric Butterworth at the Unity Center of Practical Christianity.
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A graduate of Unity School of Christianity at Unity Village, Missouri, outside of Kansas City, Paul was ordained in 1991.While at Unity Village, Paul was an assistant supervisor and trainer for the Silent Unity Telephone Prayer Room, the oldest continually operating 24-hour prayer ministry in the country.
After his ordination as a Unity minister, Paul served as spiritual leader of the Unity Church of Santa Fe, and for three years at the Unity Church of San Francisco.
Before dedicating his life to the ministry, Paul was a theatre artist.He performed in national tours, off-Broadway, stock, and regional theatres.He also directed and/or choreographed over 100 shows in his career, including "Love Letters" starring "All My Children's" Ruth Warrick, the original Toronto company of the off-Broadway hit "Scrambled Feet", "Gypsy" for Kansas City's Theatre Under the Stars, and he authored a show that had a four-month run in Toronto entitled, "I Ought To Be On Broadway, But I Don't Have My Green Card".
Paul believes that the theatre and the church have the same divine roots, and that it is necessary for spiritual communities to recapture the fun, joy, and sense of wonder that theatre still holds.His credo is that each one of us is a Divine Artist/Minister, and the expression of our creativity is necessary in manifesting a healthy, prosperous, and joyful life.

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