LGBTQ Church in PB Gardens to Host Annual Rainbow Ball DISCO FUSION
Rev. Elder Tony Freeman, Interim Senior Pastor of the Metropolitan Community Church of the Palm Beach Gardens (MCCPB), today announced that the largest faith-based community in Palm Beach County dedicated to serving the local LGBT community and its family members and friends, will be hosting its annual Rainbow Ball on Saturday, April 6. This is MCCPB's largest gala fundraiser, a "fun-filled evening of dancing and dining, entertainment and socializing."
Under the banner of "Respect - Dignity - Equality... for all," this year's Rainbow Ball will be held in the Majestic Ballroom of the Airport Hilton in West Palm Beach. The theme of this year's event is DISCO FUSION, with the cocktail party starting at 6:30 pm. One of the evening's highlights will be the presentation of MCCPB's prestigiousRuby Slipper Award.
MCCPB's Rainbow Ball 2019 is being co-chaired by Michael McKeich and Carlos Toro. The cost to attend is $90 per person or $648 for a table of eight. Sponsorship opportunities are available.
To purchase tickets or for more information, please visit www.rainbowballmccpb.org, or call 561.808.6386 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Metropolitan Community Church of the Palm Beaches:
The Metropolitan Community Church of the Palm Beaches is the largest faith-based community in Palm Beach County dedicated to serving the local LGBT community and its family members and friends. According to the church's mission statement, "MCC of the Palm Beaches is a joy-filled, justice-centered Christian community of love, vibrant worship and spiritual discovery where all God's people are supported as we become fully alive."
For nearly 40 years, the Metropolitan Community Church of the Palm Beaches has been both a bulwark of strength and a source of solace and support for South Florida's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered and questioning communities.
Located since 2000 at 4857 Northlake Blvd. in Palm Beach Gardens, MCCPB offers Sunday worship at 10:30 am. Because the church is made up of people from both Protestant and Catholic backgrounds, elements of the services reflect both traditions, including scripture readings, hymns and contemporary music, prayer and a communion table that is open to everyone.
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