Have you ever kept a deep, dark secret that you were dying to share but would never dare?
Steve Grand and his piano are returning to Fort Lauderdale.
Peter Bisuito, the world’s first gay muscle bear comedian, will return to the stage on Monday, Oct. 30 with a new Halloween show, “My Big Funny Peter: Bat Shit Crazy!”
It is with a heavy heart that I must announce the transition of the Right Reverend Grant Lynn Ford from this experience of life to the next.
On Sunday, August 5, the Gay Men’s Chorus joins forces with the New River Orchestra for a performance benefiting the Sunshine Cathedral. Tickets are $20. The musicians in the orchestra and chorus members donate their effort and time to perform this concert.
People of faith gathered Thursday evening at Sunshine Cathedral to remember the victims of the worst mass shooting in U.S. history that left 49, mostly LGBT Latino men dead.
Tony Award-winner Levi Kreis will perform a benefit concert for ArtsUnited at the Sunshine Cathedral on Saturday. Credit: Courtesy of Levi Kreis.
Tony Award-winner Stays Close to His Southern Roots
Sunshine Cathedral, SunServe and Women in Network in support of LGBT filmmaking are partnering with Tabatha Mudra and the filmmakers at 1310 Bandits to kick off Pride month with a screening of the new film “Kali Mah Tina.”
Almost 20 years ago, Anne Atwell started attending services at Sunshine Cathedral in Fort Lauderdale. Today, she’s the Minister of Connections.
The Reverend Anne Atwell followed the call to ministry in 2008. That’s when the former human resources representative left Corporate America and made a home for herself at Sunshine Cathedral. Atwell is now the Minister of Connections — a role that allows her to link people in the congregation with resources at church and in the community.
Matt Farber is bringing his hit Outlandish comedy series back to the Sunshine Cathedral this winter with six returning and new performers.
This day is for the ladies.
Back in May, SFGN’sspecial “Furever Friends” issue about pets touched many people. Many animal lovers don’t want their special bond with a four-legged family member to end, even at death.
A celebration of life for Reverend Grant Lynn Ford is planned for March 31 at 2 p.m. at Sunshine Cathedral. Ford passed away on March 16 at 79 years old. Reverend Dr. Durrell Watkins will officiate the service.