Custom Apps, Roku, and Website Samples
The customized apps (included with the $79/month package) are individually created for your church and submitted to iTunes and Google Play with the name of the app that you choose, often your church name. Your custom apps can include many features, including push notifications, forms for prayer requests, life group signups, links to online giving and more. Having your own custom app enables your app to have your own unique look and removes the need for someone to enter a Stream ID to display your video content. Learn more about our Custom Apps at our MinistryInTheClould.com
With the Sunday Streams Roku channel, your viewers can watch your live broadcasts and video archives directly on their TV through their Roku devices. In addition, with our $79/month package, you can get your own customized Roku channel. The custom Roku channel is individually created for your church with your logo, colors, icon graphics, and is submitted to the Roku Channel Directory under your church name. This makes it searchable in the Roku Channel Directory by searching for your church name. Learn more about our Custom Roku Channel at our MinistryInTheClould.com
Sunday Streams Websites allows you to create a beautiful website and unique layouts visually, without touching a single line of code. You can easily build your Sunday Streams Website, which uses WordPress, a very popular and powerful content management system that powers 25% of websites world-wide. It uses a very customizable and easy to use theme called Divi. A website is included with the $49/month Sunday Streams package. (Use your own custom domain with the $79/month package.) Learn more about our Custom Sunday Streams Website at our MinistryInTheClould.com
website, which was built with this same WordPress system using the Divi theme!
Sunday Streams LLC
2637 E Atlantic Blvd #25096
Pompano Beach, FL 33062
All times are ET
Mon-Fri: 10am - 10pm
Sat: 10am - 7pm
We are also available by appointment and have staff available for urgent support during peak broadcast periods such as Sunday mornings.