CityLecanto, Florida
Frequency88.3 MHz
SloganSpirit FM
(was Contemporary Christian)
OwnerCentral Florida Educational Foundation
First air date
March 8, 1991 (as WZQF)
Last air date
October 2008
Former call signs
WZQF (1991-1992)
WDSP (1992)
Technical information
Facility ID65474
ERP4,100 watts
HAAT72.9 meters
Transmitter coordinates
28°53′1.00″N 82°31′21.00″W / 28.8836111°N 82.5225000°W / 28.8836111; -82.5225000

WLMS (88.3 FM) was a radio station broadcasting a Contemporary Christian format until October 2008, licensed to Lecanto, Florida, United States. The station was owned by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saint Petersburg from 1992 to 2008, simulcasting programs from WBVM in Tampa. In October 2008, the license for WLMS was sold to Central Florida Educational Foundation and WLMS ceased broadcasting to enable a power increase by WPOZ, also owned by Central Florida Educational Foundation. Following WLMS's closure, a new radio station in Cross City, WWLC 88.5 FM, would be established as its replacement.


former logo as WLMS
former logo as WLMS

The station went on the air as WZQF on March 8, 1991, changing it call sign to WDSP on March 2, 1992, and then WLMS on May 1, 1992 where it broadcast a gospel music format.[1] As of July 2009, WLMS is no longer in the FCC database.


  1. ^ "WLMS Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.