love your neighbor
The Deaf community is not being reached by the Church.
Make your ministry stand out by providing a professional interpreter.
stay on budget
Ministry leaders do not have extra time or money.
We make the process of hiring an interpreter simple, clear, and affordable.
reach a new audience
Deaf audiences want to hear your message. But who will invite them?
We market your service, event, or conference to the local Deaf community.
Ministries trust sonshine interpreting to spread their message
What makes Sonshine Interpreting different?
The message of your ministry should reach as many people as possible. But you worry it is too expensive and confusing to hire a professional interpreter for your Deaf audience.
We make it easy and affordable for your ministry to hire a professional ASL interpreter. Additionally, we use our knowledge of the Deaf community to bring more Deaf people into your ministry.
We will find you a professional interpreter to represent your ministry’s message to the Deaf community. We have ministered to the Deaf community for 20 years in the church and with Deaf Young Life. We have interpreted concerts for artists like TobyMac and Brandon Heath as well as conferences put on by Bob Goff, Why Christian, and the IF:Gathering.
When you request an interpreter from Sonshine, we work closely with you to find a great interpreter at a fair price. Our team of professional interpreters love Jesus and want to understand your ministry and your message so every syllable is communicated accurately, clearly, and passionately.
We know ministries want to reach as many people as possible and still need to stay on budget.
We guarantee excellent interpreters at rates that can fit into any ministry’s budget.
Hiring An Interpreter Is Easy!
Step 1: Request an interpreter
Step 2: We find a professional interpreter in your area.
Step 3: Your message reaches a Deaf audience
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Imagine If Your Ministry Welcomed The Deaf Community
It is easier than you thought.
Download our free PDF to start planning your next service, event, or conference with the Deaf community in mind.