History of Spirit FM
Spirit FM started in 1985 with one station, KCVO, in Camdenton, MO. It has since grown into a network of twelve stations – 91.7 -KCVO in Camdenton, 89.7 – KCVQ in Knob Noster, 100.3 – KCVJ in Osceola, 107.7 – KCVK in Otterville, 92.1 – KCVZ in Dixon, 91.7 – KCVX in Salem, 89.9- KCVY in Cabool, 90.7 – KVSR in Kirksville, 90.3 – KCKE in Chillicothe, 89.5 – KCKJ in Sarcoxie, 103.5 – KCKZ in Moberly, 91.9 – KCKF in Cuba – and 3 translators (106.5 – Jeff City, 104.1 – Lebanon and 89.5 – Warsaw).
We also have a Christian Rap/Rock Hits format, called The Pulse Channel, on 100.9 – KCKP in Sunrise Beach, 91.9 – KCKV in Kirksville and on translators: 89.3 in Waynesville and 90.1 in Sedalia. The main studios for both formats are located in Camdenton at the Lake of the Ozarks.
A little more…
Our goal as a Christian radio ministry is to be a place where people can make connection with God through our music and be challenged by His love to make ministry connections with each other.
Did you know?
Spirit FM is an active partner in the Christian Music Broadcasters Association.
How are you funded?
Spirit FM is a listener-supported, non-commercial radio. At the end of each year in November, we have an annual fundraiser that allows us to raise support for the coming year. We also have a Days of Vision fundraiser in May to allow new listeners to pledge their support.
How to support the station?
Besides our annual fundraisers in November and May, you safely and securely donate right here online whenever you want. Whether that is a one-time gift or a continual, monthly payment plan.