As word spreads that the Messiah is heading to Nazareth, people are getting excited and talking about all that they have heard. The excitement escalates as the news of His arrival spreads.
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.
A comedic introduction to Saul’s transformation by Jesus on the road to Damascus.
A stunning presentation of The Lord’s Prayer that can be used to start your service or intro a message. Includes two versions of The Lord’s Prayer: Modern and Traditional.
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.
Two friends try to top each other with their experiences of knowing Jesus.
It’s two days after the resurrection of Jesus and the disciples are a little on edge about what will happen next. As they hide away and lay low until things calm down, they reminisce about their time with Jesus. Narrated from the perspective of a young girl, this simple play is a “what if” about the events after Jesus death on the cross. Hear “eyewitness testimonies” from some really fun characters.
A great monologue for Holy Week from the Apostle John as he tells of the events in the upper room, Gethsemene, the trial of Christ, and His crucifixion.
A re-telling of the story that involves Jesus’ last days, crucifixion, and resurrection.
Even people in Jesus’ day had to believe by faith and some chose to, and some did not. Hear from several of the disciples and Pharisees as they tell you about what Jesus meant to them.