Basic Radio Station Information
WJCH 91.9 FM
City of License:
Family Stations (Family Stations, Inc.)
WJCH is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 91.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Joliet, IL. The station airs religious programming and goes by the name "Family Radio" on the air. WJCH is owned by Family Stations.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
My 91 year old mother listens to your station regularly. She likes a song that contains the lyrics, "I never walk alone, he walks beside me". Can you tell me who the artist is? I would like to buy it for her. Thanks for your assistance.
By: Jill Orr on February 24, 2011
I really like family radio and I am so glad I found it. I've referred the station to many friends and families.
I have a best friend named Joy who no longer has a job due to cutbacks. She lives in St. Charles, IL. and has a great deal of experience in radio. Any chance that you have any openings? Please let me know. I pray for her every day. Thanks!
By: Patricia on October 28, 2011
I love the songs that you play! BUT you never say the artist or the person who is singing so I can purchase the sheet music and bring it to my music director.
Today April 6th from 1:30pm to 2:00pm a song was played at 1:35pm and the tenor singing was beautiful. However I cannot look him up etc. etc. and the other song at 150pm-ish was just as beautiful. I am now sad that I cannot look up the song and research it.
I don't know what to do and I don't know how I'll be able to hear that song again and even if I did I don't know who the person is.
God Bless and keep doing the lords work.
With all my heart!
Thomas Peloquin 1-815-451-8410 cell
By: Thomas Peloqin on April 7, 2013
You had a lady on Saturday September 27 who has fibromyalgia. I also have fibromyalgia. My mom listened to her and really enjoyed what she said. Could you please email me her name, phone number and Facebook information?
By: Kim Cope on September 29, 2014
Do not visit the not ready for demo website. Thank you & God bless you.
By: J. L. Horton on November 14, 2014
I would like information on starting a Christian radio program in Spanish via your station. Please reach me by email or phone 312.613.4030
By: Ivan Rivera on January 5, 2016
I have a news release your listeners may be interested in....WJCH
Mary Ellen Aschenbrenner
The public is invited to attend the 10:30 a.m. meeting of the Lockport Area Genealogical Society on Saturday, April 22 at the Lockport Branch of the White Oaks Library District, 121 East Eighth Street in Lockport.
Guest speaker is former Lockport resident Mary Ellen Shoemaker Aschenbrenner who will present excerpts from her latest book, Born to be a Star – Floating in a Galaxy of Hot Air. Aschenbrenner grew up and attended school in Lockport before moving to Joliet and Shorewood.
“I’ve been published since I was 14 and wrote a Lockport Township High School gossip column for The Spectator, a Joliet weekly. My first editor was Molly Zelko who disappeared – likely at the hands of the Mafia,” she said. “Molly’s influence has played into my career.”
Aschenbrenner has been published throughout the Midwest and in New York and is a former Joliet Herald News Correspondent and feature writer. She currently lives in Lake Holiday, Sandwich, Illinois. She is member of In Print Professional Writers, Chicago Writers Association, and The Erma Bombeck Writers Workshop. She facilitates a writers group inn Somonauk and recently completed a six-month contract for a bi-monthly column with the Ottawa Times Write Team. She is currently working on a book about Dellwood with Dr. Reno Caneva also of Lockport.
Lonny Cain retired Managing Editor of the Times calls her book a “romp.” Patrick Boland, International Intellectual Property Attorney said, “The writing grabs the reader into its own atmosphere.” Mary Ellen’s husband Mike had a different opinion about Mary Ellen and her humor: “Living with Mary Ellen is like living in a Mix Master.”
“My book is predominately humor, but it has its serious moments, too. I am anxious to revisit home territory and share my stories. More than 70 Lockport and Joliet area people are featured in the book. They are the true stars. I have so many stories to tell and have three more books in progress.”
Signed copies of Born to be a Star will be available at the event.
Aschenbrenner can be reached at email@example.com or Handlebar007@gmail.com
By: Mary Ellen Aschenbrenner on April 13, 2017
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