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Clayton TV - UK's most comprehensive evangelical video library - excellent, free Bible teaching to encourage Christians - broadcasting new programmes each week.
We have up to date weekly sermons from Jesmond Parish Church, Newcastle and St John Newland, Hull and an extensive library of Christian resources in our ‘Find a Programme’ tab. Our content includes Christianity and Discipleship Explored, The Keswick and Word Alive Conferences, The Evangelical Ministry Assembly, The Christian Institute Weekly News, Billy Graham, GAFCON and much more.
Clayton Television forms a ministry of the Jesmond Trust, a Christian Charity based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK. Our aim is to fulfil the key mission statements of the Trust:
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.
Whist Clayton TV recommends the ministries featured on our channel, all content needs to be watched analytically with the Bible as the final authority.
Clayton TV, The Jesmond Trust: Registered Charity no. 504491
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