KPCS, WPCS, TOLEDO, OR 8/16

As you know, KPCS has been operating at a limited broadcast power since April. With your help, we raised the funds necessary to purchase the new transmitter and cover the installation cost. Thank you for your support, prayers, patience, and understanding.  Today we were notified the new transmitter would arrive in early October. Naturally, we are frustrated by this slow delivery.   However, because the transmitter is custom built and shipped from Canada, there is a delay. We are sure it is also frustrating for you as a listener, and we apologize. We are striving to be back at full power as soon as possible.As we press forward with the Gospel message, we thank the Lord for His goodness and guidance. Please pray with us that there are no more hold-ups. We are thankful that a tower crew has been secured and will do the work.

 

As you also know, WPCS has been broadcasting at significantly reduced power due to storm damage in July. We are striving to be back at full broadcast capacity as soon as possible. We are sure the limited coverage for WPCS is also frustrating for you as a listener, and we apologize. 

Would you continue to pray about our financial needs from this damage? Unfortunately, making the necessary repairs and replacing the transmission line and an antenna bay at 1550 feet on our tower resulted in an unexpected cost for WPCS of $60,000.  However, because of listeners like you who supported WPCS with a special donation, we've raised nearly $9,000 over the past two weeks, with a remaining $51,000 needed. 

If you have already given to this need, we sincerely appreciate your support and care for your local Rejoice Radio station. Would you continue to pray about this financial burden for WPCS? If you haven't donated, and God leads you to make a tax-deductible donation, you are welcome to give online at rejoice.org or by calling 1-800-726-1191. You may also mail your gift to:  

Rejoice Radio

P.O. Box 18000

Pensacola, FL 32523

We are thankful that a tower crew has been secured and will do the work.  Please pray with us that there are no more hold-ups, and we can return to full power as soon as possible. 

 

The Toledo Oregon site has been down for some time due to a severe wind storm.   As we repair this, we'll be installing a new antenna as well as changing frequencies. This will help broaden our reach.   We hope to have Toledo back on the air by end of  August.   Also be looking for a frequency change to 90.9 FM when the station comes back on line.   

Jeff Surgeon

Manager

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