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Wesley Mission Television

Wesley Mission Television... here for you

Wesley Impact!

5.30am, Channel 9
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Wesley Impact!

Welcome to Wesley Mission TV! Wesley Impact! our half hour Christian television program which is featured on the Nine Network and the Australian Christian Channel and various networks overseas. Wesley Impact! is the latest in a series of programs that have been broadcast on commercial television for more than 30 years.

Our move to build a three-fold communication connection between our Wesley Impact! magazine, Wesley Impact! TV and Wesley Impact! online is designed to incorporate a strong link to the many 'good news' stories that our Wesley Mission team experience every day.

Wesley Impact!, hosted by Rev Dr Keith V Garner, looks at our work at the 'grass roots' with personal stories from clients and staff within our various support services and programs that help people get back on track.

Another highlight, featured guests from Australia and around the world who share their faith. Through the trials and challenges of life many extend inspirational messages of courage, victory and hope found through Jesus Christ.

The show also features an in-house band, led by Music Director Craig Gower, showcasing some of Australia's leading Christian artists.

Wesley Impact! is broadcast on Channel 9, 5.30 am, every Sunday morning followed by a repeat on the Australian Christian Channel at 7.30 am.

Praise, Prayer & Preaching

Praise, Prayer and Preaching

Praise, Prayer & Preaching

Praise, Prayer & Preaching features the Sunday night church service at Wesley Mission...

The Easter Sunrise Service

Live at 6 am, Channel 9
Rev Dr Keith Garner at the Easter Sunrise Service

The Easter Sunrise Service

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