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  • Learn more about the Mormon Channel on Roku.

What is Roku?

Roku is a small, set-top box that connects your TV to the Internet. The Roku box allows you to access a wide variety of entertainment that typically isn’t available through cable or broadcast television. Available channels like Netflix, Hulu+, Amazon, Pandora, and even the Church’s own Mormon Channel provide quick and easy access to video content for playback on your TV.

What’s available on the Roku Mormon Channel?

Currently a wide selection of on-demand Church content is available on the Roku Mormon Channel, including Mormon Messages, full-length films, past general conferences, children’s scripture stories, Mormon Messages for youth, and all the series from Mormon Channel radio. The Roku Mormon Channel also offers live streaming of broadcasts like general conference and CES devotionals, as well as live coverage of events like the Pioneer Day celebration in Salt Lake City.

How can I add the Mormon Channel to my Roku box?

The Mormon Channel can be added to your Roku box through the Roku Channel Store on your box or through your home computer.

On your Roku box:

Enter the Roku Channel Store and navigate to Religion & Spirituality. Select Mormon Channel to add to your channel lineup.

On your home computer:

Sign in to Roku.com using your personal account.* Then click on the following link: Add Mormon Channel. This will automatically add the Mormon Channel to your existing channel lineup. (*If you don’t have a Roku account, sign up now. It's quick, free, and easy.)

What is the difference between the three types of Roku boxes?

Each Roku box has different features to best suit individual customer needs. See a description of each box's features.

What type of TV and Internet connection do I need to run a Roku?

Some Roku players have both HDMI and composite connections (note: Roku3 and the Streaming Stick are HDMI only), they can connect to both high definition (up to 1080p) and standard definition TVs. See a description of each box's features. They also connect to the Internet via Ethernet cable or Wi-Fi. For best results, a broadband connection is recommended.

Where can I get a Roku box?

Roku boxes are currently sold online at Roku and Amazon. Certain models are also available in stores like Best Buy, Walmart, and Radio Shack.