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Tuhy, Stephen M., Rev.; Radio Ministry; Church bulletin; The Light


By 1954, St. Luke's was publishing its Sunday bulletins in a "bilingual format." One page was written in Slovak and referenced the 10:30am Slovak language service, as well as announcements primarily of interest to the older Slovak-speaking members. The other page was written in English and pertained to the 8:25am service, which was produced in English and was also broadcast live over radio station WORZ-AM. This particular bulletin contains a letter "From the Mail Bag," expressing the gratitude of a semi-invalid listener for making the worship accessible for him via the radio broadcast. In the decade to follow, the church services were heard on other stations, as well, and became an important mission outreach of the church. A note about the 8:25am start time for the English service: because of a slight delay in feed, the "sign on" for St. Luke's service, which began with an identification by the announcer and the singing of one verse of "A Mighty Fortress is Our God" by the congregation, had to begin at exactly 8:25am.




Seminole County, Fla.

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St. Luke's Lutheran Church and School; DSpace at St. Luke's

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B. Brick Church 1939-1956;



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Tuhy, Stephen M., Rev.; Radio Ministry; Church bulletin; The Light