If you can’t make it to a service, you don’t have to miss it. You can listen live on your computer via a SHOUTcast stream, a technology that broadcasts audio over the Internet.
Note: Our Sunday service starts promptly at 10:30 am, but you can usually connect up to 5 minutes before it begins.
How do I connect?
All you need is a computer that can open and play playlist (“.pls”) files. Most modern web browsers, like Google Chrome, Internet Explorer 10, Microsoft Edge, and Safari, will support playlist directly from within the browser (may require a plugin to be installed). On computers running Microsoft Windows, you can use the included Windows Media Player to access the stream. For computers running other operating systems (such as Apple OS X or Linux), your UUUS web team recommends using the free VLC media player.
Access our Sunday morning talk at 10:25 am at http://itrebal.com:9000/, then select the “M3U” button. Either the browser will present you with a media player where you can just press play, or your media program should run and start playing the service automatically.
What if I am having trouble?
If your media player does not open or you are not presented with an embedded media player, you will have to open your media player manually. Enter the following URL in the field that asks for the source of the feed: http://itrebal.com:9000/live.nsv. If you continue to have difficulty, please let us know by sending an email to the UUUS Webmaster.
What if I can’t attend in person or listen via ShoutCast?
If you miss the morning talk altogether, you can also listen to the recorded audio file, which is normally online within a few days. Only the guest speaker’s presentation is recorded, not the entire service. These files can be found on our Audio Archive page (for services within the past 6 months) or we have a page for older services if you want to go back further.