The boundaries that once organized our lives have become blurry. In any given day, we might work, nap, eat, read, connect with friends, attend a worship service, or see a movie, all without ever leaving our bed. This pandemic has re-sized our lives, forcing us to be more insular and isolated. Join Rev. Tony Coleman and explore how a theology and practice oriented around “thresholds” might offer us a way to connect with the sacred in our everyday lives. Join us HERE on Sunday morning.
Since the summer of 2019, Rev. Tony Coleman has served as minister of congregational care at All Souls Church Unitarian in Washington, DC. Before his time at All Souls, he worked as a museum educator and classroom teacher while completing his M.Div at Yale Divinity School. In his free time, Tony enjoys baking, painting, and impromptu road trips with his family.