Radio Station Information

WGCF 89.3 FM

City of License:
Paducah, KY

Format:
Religious (Christian)

Web site:
http://www.afr.net/

Owner:
American Family Association

WGCF is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Paducah, KY. The station airs religious programming. WGCF is owned by American Family Association.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Amazing Grace Lutheran Church is hosting a food packaging event on Saturday Nov. 8th from 1-5 p.m. at the church at 1601 Jefferson Street in Paducah, KY. These packaged meals include rice, soy, dried vegetables and a vitamin and mineral packet. Each meal packaged is then distributed both in the United States to the homeless people and also to third world countries who are hungry and very poor. Amazing Grace's goal is 7,200 meals. This is our first attempt at packaging these meals. Captive Free Volunteers will instruct on proper packaging and boxing of meals. Come share an afternoon of love, music and an all around fun event. Any more information call (270) 933-1215
By: Teresa Upshaw on November 3, 2014

Stonefort General Baptist Church Annual Craft Fair - Saturday, Nov. 21st, 2015- 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Stonefort Community Building, 500 Roosevelt St Stonefort IL 62987 Crafts, Bake Sale Soup/Chili Lunch- $3.50/person, under 3 yrs free ( Served 11:00 am - 4:00 pm) All proceeds go toward completion of new Mission Building in Stonefort IL
By: Kathy Jones on November 14, 2015

Free Christian Rock concert Saturday September 2nd at 7 PM, 409 Morgan St. Anna, IL 62906.... The bands that will perform will be As We Are out of mt. Vernon IL, and We Are Vessel out of black shear, GA.
By: David Howard on August 28, 2017

NEWS RELEASE MASSAC COUNTY DRUG AWARENESS COALITION is taking its first step to battle the Opioid epidemic in Massac County on November 7th at the Courthouse Annex in Metropolis (101 West 8th, Metropolis, IL – the old Banterra Bldg.). [METROPOLIS, IL] – On Tuesday, November 7, doors will open at 6 p.m., with presentations beginning at 6:15 p.m. Join the Massac County Drug Awareness Coalition, also known as, MCDAC, as the community is briefed on MCDAC’s mission and goals, and statistics from the Illinois Youth Survey (IYS). Then, at 6:30 p.m., Dr. Patrick Withrow, Director of Outreach, Baptist Health Paducah, will present - Opioid Addiction, followed by Q & A session. At 7:30, April Scales, with Egyptian Health Department will provide training for Narcan use, an opioid overdose reversal drug. In October, 2017, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) issued Illinois Naloxone Standing Order. The Standing Order makes a drug that is able to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose more readily available to first responders and the community. Our goal is to educate on the purpose and proper use of Naloxone, commonly called Narcan. Free Narcan kits will be available upon completion of the training. Narcan (Naloxone) is a drug that can be used to reverse opioid overdoses, including those caused by heroin, fentanyl, and certain prescription pain medications. The Opioid Epidemic has become a public health crisis with devastating consequences including increases in opioid misuse and related overdoses, as well as, the rising incidence of neonatal abstinence syndrome due to opioid use and misuse during pregnancy. The increase in injection drug use has also contributed to the spread of infectious diseases including HIV and hepatitis. (NIH/NIDA) For more information about the Town Hall: Opioid Epidemic, go to the MCDAC website or call Executive Director, Holly Windhorst st 618-316-4472.
By: Sabrina Beck on November 2, 2017

NEWS RELEASE: FOUNTAIN AVENUE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH For Immediate Release Date: June 3, 2018 Contact: Church Office: (270) 443-1724 or Don O. Peck (270) 442-3643 A Southern Gospel Concert Coming to Fountain Avenue United Methodist Church Featuring The HOPPERS PADUCAH, KY…………..A Southern Gospel Concert is coming to Fountain Avenue United Methodist Church of Paducah featuring The Hoppers from Madison, North Carolina. The concert is FREE (an offering will be taken) and will be Thursday, July 5 at 7:00 p.m. Guaranteed seating tickets are available by calling the church at 270.443.1724 or going to the church’s website at www.fountainavenuechurch.com. Brother Eddie Smith, Pastor of Fountain Avenue United Methodist Church invites the community to fill the beautiful sanctuary at 300 Fountain Avenue in Paducah for an evening of soul-stirring, uplifting music in word and song. The Hoppers are a multi-award winning family group that have been singing to global audiences for over 60 years with appearances ranging from presidential religious inaugural ceremonies and New York Carnegie Hall to singing conventions and church platforms. They have performed throughout the United States as well as in Israel, Europe and Africa. Their unique blend of harmonies and song choices have created a legacy of musical excellence embraced by leading pastors and event organizers. Known as America’s Favorite Family of Gospel Music, they are favorites on the Gaither Homecoming videos and tours, and their recordings frequently land at the top of the BILLBOARD sales charts and The Singing News radio charts. Their newest hit “Song of Moses” is currently listed at number 4 on the Southern Gospel Music Chart.
By: SUE WILLS Fountain Avenue UMC on June 4, 2018

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