Sunday Sermons: Times for Online Church Services

Have you been enjoying this series?

For those who want to dip their toes into learning more, here are the times of services I know about. To learn about times of online services, check out a church’s website, as your local churches may provide this option as well.

This list is not exhaustive. It includes churches I am familiar with but there are definitely others and there may be other methods of going live for the churches noted.

For each option, choose “Watch Online”, “Watch Live”, or “Online campus” to go to the live service at the appropriate time. For YouTube and FaceBook Live, you’ll see on their page the live service. It usually says live in Red letters on the video.

Elevation Church (Pastor Steven Furtick) goes live on FaceBook, YouTube, and their webpage Sunday’s at 9:30 and 11:30 am, then they play a replay of one of the services at 5 pm, 8 pm, and 10 pm. These times are EST.

Relentless Church (Pastor John Gray) goes live on YouTube, FaceBook, and their webpage at 8:30 and 11. They also have a 7 pm replay. Throughout the week there are several full replays as well. These times are EST.

One LA (The Potters House LA – Pastors Toure and Sarah Jakes Roberts) goes live on their webpage at 8 am, 11 am, and 1 pm. These times are PST.

Potter’s House Dallas (Bishop TD Jakes) goes live at 9 am Sunday’s. This is Central Time.

These are just a few options for you. There are others but this will give you a nice mix for Sunday morning. The difference between these services and the sermons I share are that you engage with the full service at these times. You get to engage and see what church is like, worship with the people, and hear the message. From start to finish you get to join in just as if you were there!

Do you know of others? If so, feel free to share in the comments!


    1. Thanks for stopping by, Bill. I hope you stay warm between shoveling sessions. We’re supposed to get hit with some snow tomorrow night. Not looking forward to it but can’t complain since it’s been a very mile winter so far over here.


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