Where to Stream Every Mormon Movie

We scoured streaming services for all of your favorite Mormon Movies. Here are where Mormon movies are streaming.

Films are listed alphabetically, and next to each streaming service we list if the film is available as part of a subscription service, to be rented, or free (usually with commercials.)

If we missed your favorite film, let us know in the comments.

16 Stones

A brother and sister set off on a journey through hostile Missouri to find one of the Brother of Jared’s glowing stones in this 2014 film.

Where can I stream it?

Amazon Prime [Subscription], LuminTV [Subscription], Amazon [Rent], iTunes [Rent]

Beauty and the Beast: A Latter-day Tale

This 2007 retelling of beauty and the beast slots a brash millionaire as the beast and a young Mormon as the beauty.

Where can I stream it?

LuminTV [Subscription]

Brigham City

This Wilford Brimley murder mystery from 2001 is one of the most taut and thoughtful entrants in Mormon cinema.

Where can I stream it?

YouTube [Free]

The Cokeville Miracle

This 2015 based-on-a-true-story look at the 1986 hostage crisis examines the nature of belief in the face of tragedy.

Where can I stream it?

Amazon Prime [Subscription],  Hulu [Subscription], Amazon [Rent]

Emma Smith: My Story

One of the most interesting figures of the restoration looks back at her life in this 2008 biographical drama.

Where can I stream it?

Amazon Prime [Subscription], LuminTV [Subscription]

Ephraim’s Rescue

A pioneer story, “Ephraim’s Rescue,” dramatizes a lesser known character of one of the great rescues of early church history.

Where can I stream it?

YouTube [Free], Amazon [Rent], iTunes [Rent]

Forever Strong

A quality Hollywood cast brings to life a solid take on the classic sport’s movie formula in 2008’s “Forever Strong.”

Where can I stream it?

TubiTV [Free], Vudu [Free], Amazon Prime [Subscription], Netflix [Subscription], Amazon [Rent], iTunes [Rent]

Freetown

Shot on location, the true story about two missionaries desperately crossing war-torn Liberia to save another came out in 2015.

Where can I stream it?

STARZ [Subscription], Amazon [Rent], iTunes [Rent], YouTube [Rent]

God’s Army

The film that began the Mormon film craze of the early aughts, “God’s Army” follows a missionary’s adventures in LA.

Where can I stream it?

YouTube [Free]

Inspired Guns

The lesser of the two movies tangling Mormons and mafia, still 2014’s “Inspired Guns” is good for a few laughs.

Where can I stream it?

Amazon Prime [Subscription], Amazon [Rent]

Johnny Lingo

2003’s “The Legend of Johnny Lingo” expands on the classic seminary video short from the 1960s.

Where can I stream it?

TubiTV [Free], iTunes [Rent], Vudu [Rent]

Meet the Mormons

Produced by the Church in 2014, it had a nationwide commercial release, and is the highest grossing movie on the list.

Where can I stream it?

YouTube [Free], LuminTV [Subscription], Amazon [Rent], YouTube [Rent],

Once I Was a Beehive

A welcome return to “Singles Ward” style comedies, this 2015 film leaves viewers half-laughing, half-nodding knowingly.

Where can I stream it?

Netflix [Subscription], Amazon [Rent], iTunes [Rent], Vudu [Rent]

One Man’s Treasure

This 2009 film answers the question of what would happen if missionaries stopped working and started hunting treasure instead.

Where can I stream it?

LuminTV [Subscription]

The Other Side of Heaven

This pre-“Princess Diaries” Anne Hathaway film follows the Tongan adventures of John Groberg.

Where can I stream it?

YouTube [Free], Amazon [Rent], iTunes [Rent], Vudu [Rent], YouTube [Rent]

Passage to Zarahemla

A 2007 adaptation of the Chris Heimerdinger novel of the same name, this fantasy sees Utah teens zapped back to Book of Mormon times.

Where can I stream it?

TubiTV [Free], Vudu [Free], ConTV [Subscription], Dove Channel [Subscription], Amazon [Rent], iTunes [Rent]

Pride and Prejudice: A Latter-day Comedy

It’s amazing how effortlessly this 2003 film superimposes the plot beats of Pride and Prejudice onto a Mormon singles ward.

Where can I stream it?

LuminTV [Subscription]

Saints and Soldiers

A genuine hit in Mormon cinema, this 2003 WWII film won seven film festivals in its lead up to release.

Where can I stream it?

TubiTV [Free], Amazon Prime [Subscription], LuminTV [Subscription], Amazon [Rent], iTunes [Rent], Vudu [Rent]

Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Creed

This 2012 sequel follows paratroopers who land in enemy territory and must fight their way back out.

Where can I stream it?

Amazon [Rent], iTunes [Rent]

Saints and Soldiers: The Void

The most action-heavy of the Saints and Soldiers film, this final 2014 entrant follows a team rooting out an isolated Nazi team.

Where can I stream it?

Netflix [Subscription], Amazon [Rent], YouTube [Rent], Vudu [Rent], iTunes [Rent]

The Saratov Approach

A suspenseful true story about two missionaries kidnapped and held for ransom in Russia.

Where can I stream it?

LuminTV [Subscription], Netflix [Subscription], Amazon [Rent], iTunes [Rent], YouTube [Rent]

Saturday’s Warrior (2016)

This 2016 remake of the classic, sticks with the original setting, but deepens the back story of many of the characters.

Where can I stream it?

Amazon [Rent], iTunes [Rent], YouTube [Rent]

Saturday’s Warrior (1989)

The Mormon movie for many years, the 1989 “Saturday’s Warrior” certainly doesn’t stand the test of time except for nostalgia’s sake.

Where can I stream it?

YouTube [Free]

The Singles Ward

The 2002 comedy that let Mormon movies stop taking themselves so seriously. It inspired many imitators.

Where can I stream it?

YouTube [Free]

Suits on the Loose

When two teens escape boot camp and steal the clothes of passing missionaries many hi jinks follow.

Where can I stream it?

TubiTV [Free]

Unavailable Movies

Unfortunately not every Mormon Movie is available for streaming. Below is a list of the most popular Mormon movies that are currently unavailable for streaming:

17 Miracles, American Mormon, American Mormon in Europe, Baptists at Our Barbecue, The Best Two Years, The Book of Mormon Movie, Vol 1: The Journey, Brigham Young, Charly, Church Ball, The Errand of Angels, God’s Army 2: States of Grace, The Home Teachers, Just Let Go, Mobsters and Mormons, Out of Step, The R.M., The Singles 2nd Ward, Sons of Provo, Wayward: The Prodigal Son, The Work and the Glory, The Work and the Glory II: American Zion, The Work and the Glory III: A House Divided, The Work and the Story

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