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Livestreaming gives churches an opportunity to expand their audience. Outreach is an integral part of most ministries, so it’s important to have a streaming service that’s customized to meet your needs. Fortunately, there are many options available for church organizations of all sizes.

 

StreamSpot

StreamSpot is a robust streaming platform. Key features include on-demand viewing, archiving and automated content syndication. Audiences can view your broadcast on various platforms, such as YouTube, Facebook Live, Vimeo and Roku. There’s a free trial and plans start at $49/mo.

 

Sunday Streams

The Sunday Streams platform offers HD quality resolution and mobile compatibility for Android and Apple iOS devices. Social sharing on Facebook and Twitter is also available. You get free access to email, phone, and screen share customer support. They offer live streaming packages for $49/mo. and $79/mo. Try it out for a 30-day free trial.

 

The Church Online

The Church Online offers standard and high-quality video streaming capabilities. It streams on multiple platforms, such as YouTube, Facebook Live and Roku, with its automated content syndication feature. Its stream monitoring feature ensures that the audio levels are right, makes sure that the camera is always on, and corrects other technical glitches. Plus, you get a customized media page with optional links to note-taking apps, chat rooms, and tithes and offerings requests.

 

StreamingChurch.tv

StreamingChurch.tv uses reliable, top-tier livestream technology. The platform integrates with your website and is customizable to match your site design. One notable feature is an automated tool that allows you to follow up with guests who attend your online weekend services. A support team is at your disposal seven days a week. You can try out all the features with a 30-day free trial. They have packages for $79/mo. and $127/mo.

 

TruthCasting

TruthCasting pricing options cater to churches of various sizes. For instance, if you have less than 100 members, you pay $25/mo. Do you have 1,001 to 2,000 members? If so, the fee is $100/mo. Call for pricing if you have at least 3,000 members in your congregation. The service ad-free and gives you unlimited storage, archive, viewers and bandwidth. It streams to every platform, including iPads and iPhones. There’s also telephone support. You get a free trial so you can see if it’s a good fit for your church.

 

BoxCast

All you do is plug BoxCast into your camera and the platform handles the rest. Your broadcast is stored in the cloud for worldwide access. Your members and guests get a high-quality viewing experience because there are no embarrassing ads or buffering. Standard features include a dedicated support team, unlimited streaming, automated archiving and multi-device compatibility. You can get started with a 14-day free trial and/or get the essential plan for $99/mo.

 

Impact the World With Livestreams

Livestreaming is an easy, affordable way to deliver your worship service to viewers. Today’s live video streaming platforms provide high-quality video, convenient social sharing, stellar tech support and more. On top of that, you can get started with a free trial. Looking for more resources and tools for helping your church thrive? Check out Best Church Stuff.

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