This Reader’s Theatre is a companion piece for The Call of Christmas program package, rounding out the series on Christmas morning. It can also be used as a stand-alone piece.
This Christmas poem calling on Christians to let peace begin with their hearts, is perfect for your Christmas Eve or candlelight service.
Jesus took our sins and healed us…and on the third day showed the world God’s power. Use this call to worship to start your Easter Celebration and reflect on all that changed when Christ rose from the grave.
Can Christmas still be merry when everything seems anything but?
The character of God and foundation for theology is explained through a simple child’s prayer.
A series of statements that describe what we as society and often even church culture value contrasted with what God looks at — our hearts.
This collection of five reader’s theatre style scripts leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus is perfect for incorporating into your sermon or worship service leading up to Easter.
Several characters surrounding the cross relive the events leading up to the crucifixion. This script can be performed as a Readers Theatre. There are 6 different characters, but they can be played by as few as two people. See The Skit Guys video of ‘Good Friday’ below.
On September 11th our world was forever changed. Years later we know that God is still with us. Remember the events of 9/11 with this Reader’s Theatre script.
A Father’s Day drama for our one and only, our Dads. This can be done as a Reader’s Theatre with music stands in front of each actor, or it can be memorized.
This script is three readings- Christ’s death, His resurrection, and our response to the Living Lord. This script is perfect for incorporating into your Easter morning worship service.
A narrative of Peter’s denial of Christ before the crucifixion.
A narrative of those moments had by Jesus and His disciples in the Garden of Gethsemane just before His arrest and ultimate crucifixion.
A dramatic narrative of Jesus washing his disciples’ feet.
Don’t have the preparation time, massive cast of actors, or camel rental budget for a huge Easter production this year? We’ve got the solution: a hybrid between a Readers’ Theatre and a Script that will help you present the Greatest Story Ever Told. The powerful story of Christ’s death on the cross and the events leading up to his ultimate sacrifice.
A story is told of a young couple with romantic notions of marriage when their ideal vision for the future is suddenly interrupted by God.
A prayer of thanksgiving to God and a response from God’s Word from Jeremiah 32 and 33.
A Reader’s Theatre about God’s love and acceptance as a Father who pursued His people.
What a comfort to know that no matter what we do or no matter where we go, God the Father will always be there. Here is the Psalmist’s prayer as a responsive reading.
This Readers Theatre expresses gratitude for the freedoms and prosperity we enjoy as a nation, but more importantly for the freedom and mercy granted to us by a loving Savior.
This script is a Reader’s Theatre that tells the truth about love. This skit can easily be performed memorized or not (use black music stands and have the actors read the script during performance). No blocking is necessary.
Six people vow to make changes for the new year, but will they stick to it?
This is a Reader’s Theatre based on the video “Cards You’ve Been Dealt”. We’ve all been given painful situations in our lives, but how will you respond to the hand you’ve been given?
Follow Jesus through His ministry as He makes His way to pay the ultimate sacrifice for you and me.