Radio Station Information

Radio U

WUFM 88.7 FM

City of License:
Columbus, OH

Christian Rock

Columbus, OH

Web site:

Spirit Communications (Spirit Communications, Inc)

WUFM is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.7 MHz. The station is licensed to Columbus, OH and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Christian Rock programming and goes by the name "Radio U" on the air. WUFM is owned by Spirit Communications.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

This is a very serious message. It concerns more preaching against gay liberation, especially on the indecency of shared restrooms with transgenders. They want everything, and if they get an inch, they take a mile. This is an abomination and need more preaching against it not just a variety of statements about the problem. Tackle it!
By: james Lambert on April 15, 2016

Radio U broadcasts a positive message of hope through faith in Jesus Christ using music. They broadcast Christian rock, hip-hop, alternative, metal and electronic music. The music is Christ-centered and their morning hosts frequently preach the Gospel, but also taste test food and discuss weird/off-beat news for humor. It is a station that a family can listen to even if the Gospel is ignored. This station serves its community in a God-honoring fashion.
By: Brian Manville on November 24, 2017

Dear Media Representative, As a former high school administrator, now with the nonprofit AWEĀY, our goal is for a Family Bicycle Day to get toddlers—grandparents on bicycles again in nature for fun and health. Many kids have never ridden their bicycles in a natural environment because they lack the capacity to transport their bikes there. We hope that riding in nature will be such fun that a wow! moment is created for young adults that will transfer to an interest in the environmental majors offered by the colleges present at the event. The Department of Wildlife will also present career information. AWEĀ is supported by Metro Parks and Friends of Metro Parks for a Family Bicycle Day, June 16 at Sharon Woods, 10am—4pm. There will be free food, a small fleet of bicycles to ride for free, a free raffle you can sign up for now at AWEĀ, free sunglasses decorating table sponsored by REI, etc.… AWEĀY has already mailed out at least 100 postcards to area churches asking them to survey their neighborhoods for volunteers with trucks/vans to transport bicycles to the park because we simply don’t have enough bikes to accommodate everyone. Sharon Woods was selected because a free CBUS on Cleveland Avenue can transport individuals to the park (the bus will only carry 2 bikes). When I ask adults if they rode bicycles as kids and did they have fun, they respond with a big smile. With that in mind, we also reminded the community that the parks are free all year, and the churches/ neighborhood civic associations can have regular bike riding trips to different parks every Saturday in the summer to get kids and families involved in positive activities. Benefits from Bicycling in Nature New York Department of Conservation, 2018; Stanford University 2015. Bicycling in the park on a regular basis  boosts the immune system  lowers blood pressure  reduces stress  less noise pollutions  no worries about traffic on the street or sidewalk  no triggers (reminders of to do lists triggered by the urban environment)  regulates emotions  increases the ability to focus, even in children with ADHD  accelerates recovery from surgery or illness  increases energy levels  improves sleep  improves cardiovascular fitness  decreases the risk of coronary heart disease  has a positive effect on mood  tones and builds muscles  is low-impact exercise for those with joint conditions or injuries to the legs or hips, which might keep them from being active  is great for your waistline  helps to keep weight gain down  ramps up metabolism, even after the ride is over  increases life longevity, even when adjusted for risks of injury through cycling  In addition, unites families and promotes positive activities during the summer We are also looking for volunteers to pace the trail—simply ride with the crowd at a leisurely pace wearing a T-shirt that says Pacer so everyone can enjoy this adventure. We hope to hear from you to publicize our event for healthy summer fun for everyone. Thank you for your time. Sincerely yours, Sharon Washington AWEĀ (866)-922-9329
By: Sharon Washington on May 14, 2018

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