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Dedication service set for 10 a.m., open to the public
What: KFUO Radio, the world’s oldest continuously operating Christian radio station, has moved its studios to The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s International Center in Kirkwood, Mo. The new studios will be dedicated during a special worship service at the International Center’s chapel, followed by a rite of blessing in the studios.
When: 10 a.m., Monday, June 24, 2013
Where: LCMS International Center, 1333 S. Kirkwood Road, St. Louis, Mo., 63122
KFUO Radio is The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod’s broadcast ministry. The station provides high-quality, distinctively Lutheran programming via KFUO 850 AM radio and 24/7 Internet streaming that includes the programming of KFUO-AM and classical music via classic99.com. The station, which aired its first broadcast in 1924, operated for decades from studios on the grounds of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, in Clayton, Mo.
About The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod is a biblical, confessional, witness-oriented Christian denomination with 2.3 million members – 600,000 households – in 6,200 congregations. Through acts of witness and mercy, the church carries out its mission worldwide to make known the love of Jesus Christ. Learn more at www.lcms.org.