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Introducing Cascade TV!

We are so excited to announce our new “Cascade TV” streaming experience is now available on a number of your favorite devices.

What is Cascade TV?

Cascade TV is our new 24/7 streaming network featuring non-stop content of our favorite series and messages delivered by our pastors, Bill and Brent Purvis. Along with LIVE streams from each of our weekend services, you can enjoy encouraging and thought-provoking messages on your own schedule.

Plus On-Demand Viewing!

No matter which platform you prefer, in addition to our new streaming network, you’ll find an ever-growing selection of previously recorded series and messages available on-demand to meet your scheduling needs.

How to start watching?

Getting started couldn’t be easier. If you’d like to watch from your TV using your Apple TV (4th Gen or Newer) or a Roku device, simply open the search function within the Channel Store and search for “Cascade Hills Church”.

Watching from your favorite mobile device is just as easy. Simply launch your App Store and search for “Cascade Hills Church” once installed, open the application and select the messages tab.

These Smart TV and Mobile applications are 100% FREE!

Watch From Your Favorite Devices!

Cascade Hills Church Mobile App on Apple TVCascade Hills Church Mobile App on Roku

Cascade Hills Church Mobile App in the Apple App StoreCascade Hills Church Mobile App in the Google Play StoreCascade Hills Church Mobile App in the Amazon App StoreCascade Hills Church Mobile App in the Windows App Store

My Device isn’t Listed…

We are excited to have launched this new platform on these popular devices. However, there is still work to be done, so check back regularly as we add support for more and more devices. In the mean time, if your device already supports Youtube or Facebook, you should have some success with enjoying our Purvis TV stream via Youtube Live or Facebook Live. Simply search “Cascade Hills Church” within these applications to find the feed.