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On Saturday, May 21, WIHS will go off the air at approximately 7 am in order to allow our contractors to safely paint our tower.  You will still be able to hear WIHS on our streaming audio channel. We plan to return to the air at approximately 1 pm, when the work is expected to be finished. This painting is necessary to prevent the tower from rusting out. Thank you for your prayers and for your patience. 

Steve Tuzeneu (second from right) represented WIHS at the New Haven ceremony during the National Day of Prayer on May 5.

Morning drive-time host Gerry Williams recently staffed a WIHS display at an event at Church on the Rock in New Haven.

We have an abundance of traditional and digital promotional tools that you can use to help to promote WIHS 104.9 FM. Click here for details!

WIHS was an official Promotional Partner of Toby Mac’s HITS DEEP event at the XL Center in Hartford on March 29. We had lots of traffic, gave away many materials, and met many current and future listeners.

Jack Pike (left) and Matt Harper (right) recently staffed the WIHS display at the Iron Sharpens Iron Men’s Conference at The First Cathedral in Bloomfield, CT. They had excellent conversations with existing and future listeners, and gave away lots of information about the station.

Please click the PDF file below for tips on improving your radio signal reception

All you need to do for your designated charity to receive donations is shop on smile.amazon.com instead of Amazon.com. To designate WIHS, log on and press the get started button. When selecting a charity, type in “Connecticut Radio Fellowship” as your charity of choice. Thereafter, WIHS will receive 0.5% of your purchases as a gift from Amazon at no extra cost to you.

The current issue of the WIHS Good newsletter is posted. Please use the subscription tool on this website to view and subscribe.

Dr. Steve Brown, Founder of Key Life Network, will be the keynote speaker at the WIHS Celebrate Jesus Gala & Expo at the Aqua Turf Club in Southington on Friday, September 30. Details will be published soon. In the meantime, please save the date!

Click the above image for a link to learn more about States’ rights in the midst of growing Federal government power.

Matt Harper and Steve Tuzeneu staffed a WIHS display at a “Re:New” CityFest on March 17, held at Kingdom Life Christian Cathedral in Milford. The event was well attended and we gave away lots of Invitation To Listen cards, wrist bands and program guides.

Bonnie Sala, President and CEO of Guidelines, recently visited the studio and was on the air “live.” Bonnie and her father Harold were the keynote speakers at WIHS’ 50th anniversary Gala in 2019.

New poster for churches, ministries, schools and Christian businesses! Click here for to view and download a PDF.

Click the icon above for a direct link to the new WIHS 1049 YouTube Channel! You can search, play, comment on, and share nearly 1,000 Bread of Life and WIHS Journal segments and more.

Earlier this year, on air announcer Matt Harper also stepped into the role of Community Outreach Coordinator. Matt has been busy building relationships with area pastors and churches, coordinating WIHS displays at various events, and assisting with promotions. Visit the Staff page to read his biography!

We need for a full-time administrative assistant and part-time on air announcers. Please click the above image for a link to our Careers page.

Click the graphic above to learn how YOU can know God personally!

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Doreen and Dan of Ellington were the Grand Prize winners of our Newport FamilyLife Weekend to Remember contest. Four other couples won free registrations: Chris and Chelse of Guilford; Walter and Jean of Sterling; and Jones and Vincy of Windsor; and Kojo and Felicia of Avon, CT. Congratulations to all!

March 7, 2022 marked the 30th anniversary of WIHS’ move into its current facility at 1933 South Main Street in Middletown. Praise the Lord for His provision, for the Connecticut Radio Fellowship leaders who had the vision, courage, faith and financial acumen to purchase and renovate the building for God’s Kingdom purposes, and for the generous WIHS listeners who donated the funds!

To help to celebrate, we timed the installation of our new road and building signs to coincide with this milestone.

Now you can listen to WIHS on your Alexa smart speaker at home, providing it is connected via wireless internet. Just use the Alexa app or say “Alexa, enable WIHS radio skill.” After that, just say “Alexa, play WIHS radio!”

Click the logo above for a link to a pending State bill about how communication between employers and employees.

We want to discover where and how the Lord is at work across Connecticut. Please take our Spring 2022 “Finger on the Pulse” online survey! Click the above image for a link.


Be sure to check out all of the content on this new mobile-friendly WIHS website! This new website contains many interactive features and downloadable 8.5×11 files that you can print and distribute to others. The content automatically re-formats for visitors who are accessing the site on a standard or HD computer monitor, tablet, Apple or Android smartphone.

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