There is also a large gay community center, a comprehensive AIDS program, a very active human rights council, and a branch of the Metropolitan Community Church. Behind all that, West Palm Beach has always had an extensive gay scene, whether it was obvious or not. Prior to entities like MCC and gay community centers, the gay social life was centered around the gay bar experience. Even today it remains an important focal point in creating a space that the LGBT community can come together and mingle safely among their own.
Metropolitan Community Church Of The Palm Beaches Welcomes 116 Friends To Annual RAINBOW BALL
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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 In addition, Woods has spent 19 years as a summer counselor at Camp Juliena for the hearing impaired, is a year board member of Compass, the LGBTQ community center in Lake Worth, and a frequent volunteer and coordinator for the annual Pridefest Parade. 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 at Northlake Blvd.
Everyone is Welcome unconditionally! At Church Of Our Savior we believe that it is important to work alongside other groups. Below is a list of links to groups that you may find helpful. If you believe there is another group who should be on this page please let us know by sending an email to info churchofoursaviormcc. If you are travelling elsewhere, check out our Metropolitan Community Church directory for the church nearest to your destination.
PBCHRC promotes equality through education, advocacy, direct action, impact litigation, and community outreach. We are an all-volunteer organization, with no paid staff and no physical office location. Almost all of our work is done virtually.