Live Stream

If you press F11 to make your screen full-screen you should be able to see the stream and service booklet together.

 

Palm Sunday service

 

 

Service Booklet

Click here to download the service sheet for the Sunday 5th April service.

 

How to Watch

There are a variety of ways you can watch our services at home.

 

On your computer, laptop or smartphone

All you need to do is head to our Facebook page or YouTube page and you can view the streams from there.

Alternatively, if you have the Facebook app, type 'Bradford Cathedral' in the search box to be taken to our page and scroll down to the video marked 'live'.

In the YouTube app search 'Bradford Cathedral to find our page and look out for a video marked 'live'.

 

On your television

You can also watch our services through your television. If you have a smart TV head to your apps page and locate the Facebook or YouTube apps. If you have a device such as an Amazon Fire Stick you can also download a YouTube app and view it from there. Please search for 'Bradford Cathedral' within the app to find our channel. For further instructions please consult your device's help page or instruction manuel.

You may also be able to 'cast' your computer laptop or smartphone to your television to watch the service on your bigger screen.

 

FAQs

  1. How do I view the stream?
    You should be able to start streaming the service from around 10am on the day of a service, and the video will appear above. If you can't see it please refresh the page. If it still doesn't appear please go directly to our YouTube page and look for a video marked 'Live'. It will also be streamed live on our Facebook page.
  2. I can't hear any sound!
    Though the stream may be live the sound / music may not begin until a few minutes before. If you still can't hear anything please check the settings on your device. If you can't hear anything still please leave a comment on the video and we will check the stream.
  3. Can I leave comments during the stream?
    Yes, you can do this, with comments, prayers or similar, but we would ask you kindly to please not to send too many comments, especially on the first week so we can easily pick up any reported technical issues