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Make A Stand!

We live in a new time.
It's the time of "self".
So much of the unrest and disillusionment we see today is as a result of people being focused on "self".  Can I get rich?  Can I get ahead?  Can I get noticed?  It's culminated in a culture whereby everything is more than a bit broken.
1 Corinthians 12:12 - For just as the body is one and has many members, and all the members of the body, though many, are one body, so it is with Christ.  13 For kin one Spirit we were all baptized into one body—Jews or Greeks, slaves or free—and mall were made to drink of one Spirit.
Jesus encourages "unity in the Church" as Paul puts it in his first letter to the church in Corinth.  
That takes community.  
That takes togetherness.  
That takes helping one another.  
That takes supporting one another.  
That takes, sometimes, sacrificing for one another  - giving to one another and encouraging one another.
That's what we try to be all about here at UCB Ireland.
We encourage you to listen to our station, and we'd love to know if you've been uplifted by what you hear.  
We'd also love for you to have a copy of the Word of Today.  You can read it here, or you can have a copy sent to you by giving us a call on 01-429 9899.  
We'd also love to simply hear from you.
Be different and push each other on.

Tell Someone.

Tell someone.
Matthew 28: 18-20:
"All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”
The essence of Jesus' command as He leaves his disciples is that they must go and tell.  Everyone needs to know who He is and what the disciples have seen.  They've been changed.  They are free.  Others need to know.
The most important story we can tell someone is the story of Jesus Christ.  Here at UCB Ireland, we want to tell that story.  We trust that you have heard it through our music and programming, and we'd love you to use UCB Ireland to tell others about Jesus.
We also trust that you see it through the Word for Today.
Tell someone about us.  Go on.
You can listen on well as here or here.
If you've been encouraged, or even changed by what you have heard on UCB Ireland, most importantly, tell someone your story.  We'd love to also think, though, that you'd let them know about our work.
If you have a testimony you'd like to share, please do This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. us too.  We'd love to hear your story.
Do it!  People aren't going to find out without you!

Volunteers....We Need You!

For us to continue to bring you the very best music and programming possible, we need the talent and enthusiasm of a team of passionate volunteers.  
Could you be one of them?
Are you passionate about Jesus?
Are you passionate about bringing his message to Ireland and beyond?
Then you could be exactly what we're looking for...
Whether you have a voice for radio;
whether you can edit;
whether you can produce programmes;
whether you can fundraise;
whether you are just a willing helper...
...we would love to hear from you!
If you're inexperienced in voicing or editing, there is also some training on hand.
If you're interested, please contact us by phone on 01-4299899.

UCB Ireland now on DAB/DAB+

DUBLIN (City & County), Waterford and Wexford
UCB Ireland is now broadcasting on DAB and DAB+ in Dublin City and County and can be heard as far West as Mullingar and North as Navan and Drogheda.  All you need to listen is a DAB or DAB/DAB+ radio.
UCB Ireland is also available on DAB+ in the Waterford and Wexford area. It can be heard in Waterford, Wexford, Enniscorthy, New Ross and in parts of Kilkenny. All you need to listen is a DAB/DAB+ radio.
The Future of DAB 
The trial broadcast began on July 1st 2012 and will continue until at least June 30th 2013 and could be extended on a yearly basis subject to a renewal of the trial transmission licence by Comreg. It is hoped that an announcement on the future of DAB will be made in 2013 and that full DAB/DAB+ broadcasts will commence in the forseeable future.
We expect UCB Ireland to be available on DAB and DAB+ in Limerick and Cork in early 2013 and Galway later in 2013
Coverage Maps and other information
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Become part of our family of listeners!

We are so glad you have found our website, and we hope that it will lead to a closer friendship with us, as you discover the wealth of resources that we make available to you to help build you up and keep you strong in the Faith.
Our radio station UCB Ireland, can be listened to in a variety of ways at present.
If you live in Ireland, you can listen to us 24/7 on Ireland's most popular cable TV network, UPC, by tuning your TV set to channel 918.
If you have a satellite dish you can listen to us on SKY channel 0214
With one click on the "listen live" icon on the top of the page here, you can continue to browse our website and listen to our radio station at the same time.
To listen to UCB Ireland on the move, why not use your iPhone to download the free UCB Ireland app. from the app. store, or if you have a smartphone then use it to download the free tunein app. from the market and listen to us on your smartphone phone as well.
Later this year, from June 1st to be precise, UCB Ireland will be heard on DAB radio here in Ireland. This service will provide a top quality digital sound that will enable you to listen to the station on a DAB radio set. This service will be upgraded in time to DAB+ in order to provide an even stronger and signal. We will be advising you very soon as to how you can obtain a DAB Radio very cheaply that will allow you to avail of this service here in Ireland.
UCB Ireland broadcast over a number of weekends on the FM band last year. We will be repeating this service later on this Summer.
All of this is good news for you the listener, as we continue to work towards making UCB Ireland as accessible as possible throughout Ireland and beyond.
If you have any queries about our service, or you would like to contact us for any reason. You may call us on 01 4299899 during office hours. You can send us an SMS/Text to 085 235 9769 at any time, and of course you may contact us through this website.
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We want you to feel  a part of our family of listeners and we value your support and input.