Live Stream

Welcome to PUMC online!  We’d love to see you in person, but if you can’t make  it to Pitman, you can view our services online.  We simulcast every Sunday morning service.  See this week’s Worship Service times in the right hand sidebar of our website.

Our Live Stream video window is shown below.  If it says “No stream detected” it just means that we’re not currently broadcasting.  But when we’re not live streaming a service, you can view some past services by clicking on the videos shown under the player.

The camera  only shows the front of the sanctuary.  For a “tour” of our sanctuary, check out our “Sanctuary” page by clicking this button:  Sanctuary Tour  





Technical Difficulties???

  • If you’re seeing an error message saying “Error Loading Player: No playable sources found” and you’re using Firefox, it’s possible that you need to install the Adobe Shockwave Flash player. Sorry. Here’s the link where you can do that: Before clicking the “Install Now” button, you may want to uncheck the “Optional Offers” boxes.

  • If you’re using a Mac or an iPhone and you can’t hear the audio, zoom in on the bottom right hand corner of the player window, and look for the “speaker” icon.  If you see an “x” next to it or a slash through it, tap the icon to unmute the audio.

If you have any problems viewing or hearing our stream, PLEASE let us know and we’ll get it fixed (scroll down to the bottom of this page and post a comment).  In the meantime, you can try going directly to the Sunday Streams site.


While you’re watching the service, you might be interested in checking out some other stuff on our website.  You can click any of these buttons without interrupting the video…

Welcome to PUMC!
Welcome Messages
Pastor Jim
& Staff   
& Choirs
Music & Choirs      
Sunday School & Nursery
 Sunday School         




On the Go???

If you’re away from home and don’t have access to your computer, you can watch us on your phone too!

Free and easy to install apps for your Android or iOS phone are also available. Here are the basics for installing the app on your phone or tablet:

  1. Open the App Store (or Google Play) and search for the Sunday Streams app.
  2. Install the app.  When it asks for the “Church ID”, enter PUMC
  3. You “should” be good to go.  The app will display a video screen with links to available videos underneath it.  The Live Stream is chosen by default, but if we’re not broadcasting, you can tap one of the other videos.
    (Note:  After loading the Live Streams app, tap the Sunday Streams logo in the upper left hand corner of the video window to refresh the list of recordings).


Sign our Guest Book!

We’ve been getting emails from all over the world from listeners who send their support and prayers.  If you’re not from PUMC, or if you’d like to comment on what you’ve been watching, please “sign our guest book” by entering a comment below.  We’d love to hear from you!

(Note:  Your email address won’t be published.  All comments are manually approved before they’re published)


Join the conversation and post a comment.

  1. Ozell Szelag [Z-LAG]

    Good Morning Pastor Jim

    Staying home today so I don’t make everyone sick,, going to try to live stream

    • Chuck

      Sorry you missed seeing Jim Hughes in person. How did he look on the Live Stream? Hope you feel better soon; have a blessed Christmas!

  2. Connie Norton

    Thank you Pastor Jim for an encouraging word this morning. I didn’t want to bring my cough into the service today. Connie

  3. Walt

    Dear Pastor Jim,

    God bless you richly!

    The live stream is a blessing. Nothing like being there in person. But, an opportunity for many. I thought today’s message was very good. The BATTLE is forming, as real as the storm that hit Pitman, and only because of the ground being so soft, did much damage, a couple years back. I remember your description of the clouds, as you went to Heritage’s. However, as you said, God is still faithful, in spite of circumstances. As Corrie Ten Boom said, Jesus is VICTOR–and that makes ALL the difference; doesn’t it!?

  4. Deborah Pennington

    Thank you for a wonderful service. Didnt want to bring my sickness to church

  5. Jane Pape

    Always love the song Don’t Send Me to Africa— Enjoy the Vanderhoofs when they come.

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