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Top 10 Easy Easter Skits for Church

Easter is coming and we know not everyone has the time or the capacity to put on a huge Easter production. Don't worry, we've pulled a list together of our top Easter skit scripts that are easy, simple and generally only require one rehearsal. If you're looking for something more involved, see our full list of Easter skits.

John 20 is retold through the eyes of Mary Magdalene, Peter, and Thomas.

A game show that presents hard-to-believe facts leads us to think about the bizarre reality of the story of Jesus' death and resurrection.

We use our hands for many things, some of which God never intended, yet He still sent His son to provide a way for us to join Him forever. In this dramatic series of monologues, seven people examine the work of their hands and realize they need a change.

This Readers Theater helps audiences think about the miracle and ministry of Jesus’ life, and how everything He did on earth led up to His death, which coincided with the mystery of the temple veil tearing from top to bottom.

In this Readers Theater, audiences are led to focus on the phrase Jesus cried out on the cross, exclaiming that "it is finished," and how those words impact our lives as Christians.

The many beloved trappings and traditions of Easter are personified in this children's play as all of them try to claim that you can't have Easter without...well, them! But they are about to discover the real meaning of Easter and understand their role is important in helping to celebrate the season.

Seven individuals, from both then and now, soberly consider their role in the crucifixion of the Savior.

The rich young ruler expresses his frustration at the fact that Jesus offered eternal life to the thief hanging beside Him on the cross, when he himself had worked so hard to live a good life to earn salvation. He realizes that Jesus offered salvation to the man simply because he asked for it, not because he had done anything to earn it.

With their hopes dashed, the disciples are hiding out together in a house in Jerusalem after the crucifixion. Terrified and unsure what to do, they plan to head back to Galilee under the cover of night to avoid arrest. But then Mary Magdalene comes with news that’s too good to be true: The tomb is empty. Either Jesus is alive, or Mary’s gone crazy.

Bunny, Chicken, and Lizard are entering a contest to become the new Easter animal. Once they hear what the job might cost them, they decide to bow out.