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A streaming library of Bible study videos to inspire faith

Ed Perry introduces RightNow Media, the world’s largest library of Bible study videos, and currently used by more than 21,000 churches worldwide

Right Now

We believe that video media is a powerful tool for change. With many churches now used to online platforms for services and small groups, we want to introduce a service currently used and trusted by more 21,000 churches worldwide to engage their people and inspire faith every day of the week.  

RightNow Media is an online subscription to a library of 27,000 pieces of Christian video content that will last you for years. With it you can resource your church with studies from speakers such as Pete Greig, Francis Chan, Jo Saxton, Matt Chandler and many more. 

Use it for:

  • Small group study
  • Individual devotion
  • Kids and youth work
  • Licenced for use in your services and online

Why RightNow Media?
We believe the mission of the church matters. Everything we do at RightNow Media is rooted in Jesus’s promise that God will use his people to change the world. We’re here to serve the church.

We provide Christians across the globe with resources that will inspire them to champion the mission Jesus gave to his people—making disciples of all nations. God calls us to focus our lives on him rather than on ourselves. Whether in church, in the workplace, or at home, we want to see disciples of Jesus loving God and loving others. 

How does it work?
Once a church signs up they can then give access to all their congregation - everyone can create their own login so that they can access video content for individual devotion or to use at home with their kids. Small group leaders have access too, so they can choose what to study with their groups, and we include leaders guides to take as much of the work as possible out of preparing a small group session.

When it comes to running a small group, use our watch group function to allow people to join from wherever they are. Churches can also their own content, just for their congregation and even create and manage training through the platform.

Watch a video demo of how it works here:

Several Baptist Churches in the UK are already using RightNow Media and recommend it:

Streatham Baptist Church, London:

“Streatham Baptist Church has been using RightNow Media since March 2021.  A number of people in the church have found it to be a great resource for their private use.  We used the Psalm 23 video for a Sunday evening Bible Study group. We have also seen good uptake from some of our small group leaders, and from our youth worker, who have used the videos as a basis for their meetings and found them very helpful.”

Peter Grant, RightNow Media coordinator 

Sign up for a free trial
Sign up here for a 1 month free trial.

  • RightNow Media will send you an offer email which will give you free access but will not charge you for the first month. You need to enter your card details to access the trial but will not be charged and can cancel at any time during the first month.
  • If you wish to continue after the first month you are entitled to a 50 per cent discount on our prices after the trial period – this will be confirmed in the offer email.
  • A member of the RightNow Media UK team will be in touch with you during the trial to offer a short demo of the platform particularly highlighting the church features such as adding your own content and customising the church page.


Ed Perry is the UK Director of RightNow Media

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