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Did you know SkitGuys.com offers several Advent resources, including both videos and scripts, for your worship service? Here are just a few of our favorites:

Advent Videos

Five beautiful worship reflection videos that focus on the themes of Advent: hope, love, joy, peace, and Christ (Advent Anthem). Perfect for sermon introductions or a time of reflection during worship.

As we prepare our hearts and souls for the arrival of the Christ child, we focus on the themes of Advent: hope, love, joy, peace, and Christ. These thought-provoking and beautiful videos will fit into your Advent services as sermon introductions or to provide a time of reflection during worship.

In this collection of beautiful videos, our hearts are prepared for the celebration of Jesus' birth. Use during your Advent services to set up the lighting of the Advent candles or to introduce a sermon. Collection includes Hope, Joy, Love, Peace, and Christmas Eve videos.

Advent Scripts

This series bundle includes all 5 scripts from "The Advent of..." series, including The Advent of Hope, The Advent of Peace, The Advent of Joy, The Advent of Love, and The Advent of Christmas. Each readers theater script can be performed during your Advent candle lighting time.

This series consists of 5 scripts; The Prophet’s Candle (symbolizing Hope), The Bethlehem Candle (symbolizing Faith), The Shepherd’s Candle (symbolizing Joy), The Angel’s Candle (symbolizing Peace), The Christ Candle (symbolizing Love). They can be performed all at once as one large Christmas production with the lighting of each Advent candle after the correlating script or they can be performed one at a time, correlating with the weekly lighting of an Advent Candle, with the 5th and final candle being lit at a Christmas Day or Christmas Eve service.

The Boxies are here with a 4-week series for Advent. Using these simple, yet effective skits, you can help children understand the significance of the Advent season.

Timmy is disappointed to be playing an Advent candle in the church Christmas play, rather than the “important” role of Joseph. But as he shares his one line with his mom, Timmy discovers the importance of his role and the message of the candle of peace.