How Do I Connect to the Live Stream of Life at Home?

You can connect to the live stream through the Life Church website, click on the ‘Connect to Life at Home’ link. This will take you to a website that will go live half an hour before our 9:30am and 5:30pm services every Sunday.

What should I expect when I tune in for Life at Home?

Well, from half an hour before the service we have hosts online ready to welcome you personally! So say hi in the chat to start engaging. Then, when the service begins (at 9:30am and 5:30pm) we will have praise and worship that our team have prepared for us. Then an engaging, and practical message from one of our pastors to encourage and inspire you. At any time in the service you can Request Prayer to start a private conversation with one of our online hosts.

I'd like to get connected with Life Church more

We would love that! I can tell we're going to be great friends. To reach out, just leave your details in this simple form so one of our team can get in touch and help you get connected.

How do I hide the chat feed?

To hide the chat feed, you can select a different tab, such as the Bible. This will bring up an online Bible that you can use to look up scriptures throughout the service. It will also hide the chat feed from your view.

How can I get help connecting online on Sunday?

We're looking at ways to open a helpline that you can call on a Sunday to get assistance in connecting to Life at Home. In the meantime, use the form below to request assistance and we'll be in touch as soon as we can!

My chat froze... how do I fix that?

Oh no! Not to worry though, just refresh your page and it should start working again.

How do I watch Life at Home on my TV?

There are number of way that you can view the online service to your TV:

Video cable from smartphone or computer: You can connect your smartphone or laptop to your TV via a video cable (i.e. HDMI cable). Some laptops may not have a HDMI port and would require a video adapter from a different connector e.g. USB-C, DisplayPort, VGA/D-SUB (add pictures). The same applies for smartphones, they will require an adapter (e.g. Lightning to HDMI adapter for iPhone/iPad). This is usually the best option because it will provide the most reliable connection with the least ‘lag’.

Chromecast with Android: If you have a Google Chromecast device and an Android phone, you can cast your Android phone screen to your Chromecast (connected to your TV). This can drain your phone battery quickly and requires a decent Wi-Fi connection to your home router.

Chromecast with a laptop: If you have Google Chrome on your laptop, and a Google Chromecast device, you can you cast the tab to your TV.

Apple TV with iOS or Mac: You can AirPlay your Mac or iOS device to mirror your phone screen to your Apple TV. You will have to load the stream on your device.
Follow these instructions:

How do I watch Life at Home on my iPad?

We recommend using Google Chrome on your iPad, as some people have had issues with the stream over Safari or Internet Explorer.

I have a question that isn't listed here

If you need help with things such as chromecasting, Airplaying, internet speed, or avoiding buffering, get in touch with our tech support team using the form below.

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