Voice of Charity

Voice of Charity


Voice Of Charity (VOC) Christian radio was founded in 1984 by the Maronite Lebanese Missionaries who have run it ever since its inception. It is the leading Christian radio in the Middle East. It offers a broad variety of spiritual, biblical, liturgical, humanitarian, ecumenical, social, and cultural programs prepared and presented by bishops, priests, as well as religious and lay people from all Christian denominations from Lebanon and abroad.

Programs are broadcasted in Arabic (20 hrs), French (3 hrs), English (1 hr) daily and in Armenian (1 hr), Srilankan (1 hr), and Philippino (1 hr) weekly, along with Italian, Ghanaian, Indian, Ethiopian, and some traditional liturgical languages such as Syriac, Latin and Greek. VOC mainly aims at spreading the word of GOD throughout the Middle East.


Its programs target a variety of listeners, especially families, youth, children, the elderly, the ailing, the lonely, the weak, and all people of good will without any discrimination. It enjoys excellent reputation among Christians and Muslims alike whether in Lebanon or other covered areas such as Syria, Jordan, the Holy Land and Egypt. A branch of VOC radio operates in Australia in both Arabic and English.

VOC has created and still assists a number of charitable and spiritual associations including a Christian Youths Movement, an association of dedicated Families ready to cooperate with VOC's evangelical mission, in addition to a Center of Listening and Attendance to people suffering from material, moral and spiritual hardships under the benevolent assistance of various specialists in relevant fields.

Recent changes:
- Enhanced live streaming
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About Voice of Charity
Voice Of Charity (VOC) Christian radio was founded in 1984 by the Maronite Lebanese Missionaries who have run it ever since its inception. It is the leading Christian radio in the Middle East. It offers a broad variety of spiritual, biblical, liturgical, humanitarian, ecumenical, social, and cultural programs prepared and presented by bishops, priests, as well as religious and lay people from all Christian denominations from Lebanon and abroad.

Programs are broadcasted in Arabic (20 hrs), French (3 hrs), English (1 hr) daily and in Armenian (1 hr), Srilankan (1 hr), and Philippino (1 hr) weekly, along with Italian, Ghanaian, Indian, Ethiopian, and some traditional liturgical languages such as Syriac, Latin and Greek. VOC mainly aims at spreading the word of GOD throughout the Middle East.


Its programs target a variety of listeners, especially families, youth, children, the elderly, the ailing, the lonely, the weak, and all people of good will without any discrimination. It enjoys excellent reputation among Christians and Muslims alike whether in Lebanon or other covered areas such as Syria, Jordan, the Holy Land and Egypt. A branch of VOC radio operates in Australia in both Arabic and English.

VOC has created and still assists a number of charitable and spiritual associations including a Christian Youths Movement, an association of dedicated Families ready to cooperate with VOC's evangelical mission, in addition to a Center of Listening and Attendance to people suffering from material, moral and spiritual hardships under the benevolent assistance of various specialists in relevant fields.

Recent changes:
- Enhanced live streaming

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A Google User
Feb 15, 2015
Good job Great work! God bless you!
A Google User
Feb 8, 2015
VanessaKhoury Great app. It helps me to do meetings with children at church❤
A Google User
Feb 2, 2015
God bless
A Google User
Jan 13, 2015
Best Application Voice of charity. The first christian radio in the middle east.
A Google User
Nov 23, 2014
Best application Best application