MCC exibits TV program in six American cities

In addition to the broadcast of the Program Announcing the Eternal Gospel of the Maranatha Church Church (MCC) on a television channel in the city of Framingham, five other American cities were included with the exhibition of the contents, namely Worcester, Everett, Leominster, Marlborough and Milford, from the state of Massachusetts. The program is produced in Brazil and will be shown in Portuguese on local and public television channels. These cities have MCC sanctuaries, Brazilian communities and Portuguese-speaking immigrants.

Learn how to watch the Program Announcing the Eternal Gospel in the USA


Worcester Community Cable Access TV (WCCA TV) airs the program on Sundays at 4 pm, starting May 31st, on Channel 194 of Spectrum or via the live online broadcast ( .


Access Framingham TV (AFTV) started broadcasting the program on May 17th, on Sundays, at 4:30 pm, with a replay on Mondays, at 6 am; and on Thursdays, at 10:30 am. AFTV is available on RCN channel 3 or 1100; Comcast channel 9; and Verizon’s 43 channel, or online (


Since April 24th, Everett Community Television (ECTV) started broadcasting the event “Trumpets and Parties: an Alert” and some editions of the “Sunday Bible School”. The program is shown on Fridays at 9 pm, with a replay on Sundays at 9 am on channel 3.


It airs on May 19th. The exhibition takes place on channels 34 (Verizon) or 08 (Comcast) on Leominster Access TV (LTV), on Mondays, at 10 pm, on Tuesdays, at 7 pm and on Thursdays and Saturdays, at 10 am. LTV also broadcasts live online


Screening since May 25th, through the TV station Marlborough Access, on channels 96 (Comcast) and 33 (Verizon), on Mondays, at 10 am; on Wednesdays, at 6 pm; on Fridays at 10am; and on Saturdays at 19h.


It airs on June 7th, on Milford TV, Sundays at 8 am, on channels 11 (Comcast) and 40 (Verizon). The live program on the website

Milford is a citadel that houses Brazilian and Portuguese groups.

Premiere of the “Announcing the Eternal Gospel” Program in Framingham

The program “Announcing the Eternal Gospel” of Maranatha Christian Church (ICM) broadcast on an open channel, on REDE TV, on Sundays at 2pm, will premiere this Sunday (17), at 4:30pm (local time), on the community television channel Access Framingham TV (AFTV), from Framingham, Massachusetts, in the United States. With an hour of duration and content for the whole family, in addition to the program being shown on Sundays, it will be replayed on Mondays at 6am and on Thursdays at 10:30am.

Residents of Framingham, a city that is home to one of the largest Brazilian communities in the United States, will be able to follow via RCN, channel 3 or 1100; Comcast on channel 9; or Verizon on channel 43. AFTV’s live programming can also be accessed online at the following online address:


The president of the Maranatha Christian Church of America, Pastor Gerson Beluci, said he is in contact with other public television channels in the United States so that the program is disseminated to the fullest. Initially, he said that the content will be broadcast in Portuguese and then will be dubbed into English in order to reach Americans. “The dissemination of our programs aims to provide the message of salvation and the soon return of the Lord Jesus”, said Pastor Gerson Beluci, President of the Maranatha Christian Church of America.


Since April 24, the program Announcing the Eternal Gospel, some Sunday Bible Schools and the Trumpets and Celebrations event, have been broadcast by ECTV (Everett Community Television), a public channel that serves the city of Everett and the region around it, a place that also has a large concentration of Brazilians in Massachusetts. The program is shown on Fridays at 9pm, with a replay on Sundays at 9am, and can be followed by residents through channel 3.


The Program Announcing the Eternal Gospel debuts on the channel of the Maranatha Christian Church (ICM) on Youtube, on Fridays, at 9pm. Access the playlist Program Announcing the Eternal Gospel and watch all editions produced by Maranatha Christian Church.

By Andréia Talma

Contributed by Isabela Pelto – Journalism correspondent in the USA

Translated by Sara Abbasova

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