Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Pastor plants ‘seeds of hope’ for radio listeners

From Western New York-

Through “Seeds of Hope,” a segment aired on WECK Radio, the Rev. Robert Harvey is able to deliver a message that is both thought-provoking and uplifting for listeners.

Rev. Harvey, who has been with Calvary Episcopal Church in Williamsville since September 2017, started the “Seeds of Hope” segment in March with WECK Radio.

“I wanted to put a message of hopefulness and inspiration out on the airways mostly in a time when we seem to have so much terrible news happening all around us,” he said.

WECK 1230AM, 102.9FM and 100.5FM are local Buffalo radio stations owned and operated by longtime Buffalo broadcaster and marketing executive Buddy Shula. The radio station plays music from the 1950s, 60s and 70s.

The “Seeds of Hope” segment runs seven days a week on the radio station, with new segments airing each Monday through Saturday.

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