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WPHA Mission Statement:

The mission of WPHA is to exalt the Lord Jesus Christ
and proclaim Him (through music) to New England
24 hours a day, drawing listeners into a closer walk with Christ.

GAL 6:9 "And let us not be weary in well doing:
for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not."

GAL 6:10 "As we have therefore opportunity,
let us do good unto all [men], especially unto them
who are of the household of faith."

This will be accomplished by:

  1. Playing high quality Christian music which, by its message, will draw lost sinners to Salvation and draw Christians closer to Him: a) The music format will be "Inspirational / Light Adult Contemporary." b) The message of every song will clearly glorify Christ as Lord. c) The balance of music to talk will be approximately 90% music. d) The tempo and style of music will be varied enough to appeal to many, but will not contain "Rock", "Rap" or other styles considered controversial or offensive by many adults.

  2. The limited talk programming will focus primarily upon contemporary issues as they relate to the local communities and families from a Christian perspective: a) A local call-in talkshow with a strong emphasis on living the Christian life in modern times, here in Southern CT. b) Local church programs will be limited to those which have the capability to produce high quality recordings which are Scripturally sound. c) National programs with strong ministry & family emphasis. d) Most of the programs will air at night, since we already have an excellent program-oriented Daytime station in the area.

  3. Public Service Announcements & programs, including but not limited to: a) Church & Community related events. b) Event cancellations. c) School closings. d) Local employment opportunities. e) People looking for work. f) Etc. (This info will be on-air and online.)

  4. News & general interest information of benefit to the listeners: a) Traffic reports for major highways in the area, during the peak travel times, several times per hour. b) News, both Local and National, with the emphasis on Local.

  5. Special announcements to inform the public of important matters they can become involved in: a) A church or family had a crisis; fire, flood, etc. and needs help. b) A catastrophe of larger proportions affecting a number of people, requiring volunteers and other support. c) A family (or families) made homeless and require help. d) Other situations requiring volunteers or philanthropic aid. e) Community clean-up activities.

  6. A companion to isolated listeners, such as: a) Shut-ins or Convalescents. b) Prison inmates. c) Late-shift workers or insomnia sufferers.

  7. WPHA will work WITH the other Christian stations in our area, NOT AGAINST them.

  • Ideas are always welcomed, and will be added to this list as appropriate.


    Page updated: 3/3/2009