World Association of Christian Radio Amateurs and Listeners (WACRAL)
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20 Nov 1957, Huddersfield (UK), as World Association of Methodist Radio Amateurs and Clubs (WAMRAC), by Rev Arthur W Shepherd. Until 1966, in association with World Methodist Council (WMC). Present name adopted 1978. Current Constitution adopted Oct 2009.
Further the interests of members in all aspects of amateur radio and directly associated activities and promote and encourage Christian fellowship and friendship among radio amateurs and listeners worldwide.Available with paid subscription only.
Organizes: World Christian Radio Fellowship for radio amateurs and short wave listeners - weekly on Amateur bands; special radio activities; Fellowship weekends and get-togethers.
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Members in 43 countries
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