Radio Station WGRT Supports Hope FM’s Move Into Downtown Port Huron

A local Christian radio station will be moving from its long-time location of Ross Bible Church in Port Huron Township into a vacant storefront in downtown Port Huron.  Station Manager Brian Smith said the move for 90.7 Hope FM and Power 88.3, has been on their minds for some time, and they have found their new home at 908 Military Street.   Last week, General Manager and owner of WGRT, Marty Doorn stopped in at the new location to make a donation in support of the move, and he says “we are honored that Hope FM is moving to downtown Port Huron and we are delighted to help their cause by giving them this gift, and we  encourage others in the community who have not yet made a contribution in this move, to do so as well.”   Smith told WGRT that constructions is moving along.  The workers started a couple of weeks ago, and framing is almost complete.  The trades will be working over the next several weeks with power, HAV, etc. and it is their hope that they will be in the building by the end of summer, early part of the fall.    The new location is between Cedar Hill Graphics and the Exquisite Corpse Coffee House.  Smith says if people would like to make a donation they can do so on their website at or  – just click on the Hope Moves Project link.