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Clayton TV forms a ministry of The Jesmond Trust (a registered charity). We aim to broadcast and produce programmes viewed nationally and internationally which fulfil the key purposes of Jesmond Parish Church in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK:
Godly Living: Bible based TV resources to train and encourage Christians.
Church Growth: Evangelistic material to persuade non-believers of the gospel.
Changing Britain: Programmes on ethics and social issues that will influence popular opinion and government policy.
Clayton TV’s long term aims are:
To build a large network of British and international viewers, Christian and non-Christian, regularly watching programmes with Christian content or worldview.
To influence public policy through the political clout of programmes with high viewing figures that persuasively advocate Christian ethics.
To provide a training centre for television production and so build a sizeable unit in the North East of England exporting trained Christians into the secular media.
To provide media resources for churches and mission organisations encouraging them to be involved in television media.
To change popular culture in the UK by growing a production unit large enough to secure commissions from the national channels.
All videos are subject to copyright unless stated otherwise. Any unauthorised broadcasting, downloading, or storing physically or electronically is prohibited without prior written consent from the appropriate copyright holder.
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