Christian Scripts and Church Dramas

The Skit Guys have been busy writing and collecting scripts for over 10 years. We have a wide range of church dramas and skits that can be performed for almost any occasion. Our Christian scripts are biblically based and can be used not only in churches, but most school drama competitions as well.

All of our scripts are downloadable, which means we do not actually ship anything. As soon as you find your script and checkout, you can download immediately and start practicing your skit or play.

In this modern-day monologue, a socially aware teenage girl is following Habakkuk on Twitter. She wants to know why God lets bad things happen.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 2

In this modern-day monologue, Joel, owner of a local pest-control business, records a TV commercial that parallels Joel 1-3, calling people to repent

Actors: 1 Minutes: 1

This monologue takes place at the moment at the end of Jonah 1:3, when Jonah has gone into the boat and the winds are starting to pick up. The sense of dread hits Jonah as he realizes that bad things happen when he runs from God.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 2

What starts as a woman talking about a lost love, ends with us realizing she’s a Jew talking about the silence between Malachi and Matthew. This monologue reminds us of the promise of the Lord’s coming.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 2

This modern-day monologue features Micah as the host of a talk-radio show, lamenting the state of the nation of Israel and offering his response. He reminds people to look to the Lord during difficult times.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 2

In this modern-day monologue, a woman doesn’t believe that the Lord will keep His promise and destroy the wicked. She tries to tell Nineveh that the end is near, but Nahum says the end is here.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 3

In this monologue, Obadiah is a modern-day travel agent who tries to explain why a traveler can’t go to Edom.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 2

This modern-day monologue takes place in the office of a psychologist, where Zechariah hopes to understand the vivid dreams he’s been having.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 4

Zephaniah is often viewed as a word-picture of God wrapping His arms around us like children and disciplining us. This modern-day monologue imagines Zephaniah’s wife and her thoughts on parenting and Israel’s relationship with God.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 3

In this monologue, the prophet, Amos, summarizes Amos 1-6 and 9:11-15 as a doom poem for Israel, in a modern hip-hop or spoken-word style.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 4

Written for a performance on a virtual platform (Zoom, etc.), this funny script reminds us that sometimes we need to stop trying to control things and just trust in the Coach, who ultimately knows best.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 5

This scene depicts the story of the prodigal son from Luke 15:11-32. The story illustrates God's unconditional love for us.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 5

Gabby planted a strawberry plant in the hopes of harvesting its fruit to make a pie for the church social. When the plant doesn’t grow, she becomes discouraged. But with a little help from her friends, Gabby learns how the Holy Spirit makes our gardens grow.

Actors: 6 Minutes: 6

This Reader’s Theater is appropriate for a Christmas candlelight service. It highlights how Christ is the Light of the world and how we are called to share His light with others.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 5

This five-scene play reveals how God works through seemingly impossible moments of life. Representing everything from angels reminiscing on the announcement of Jesus' birth to a pregnant teenager sent to live with her aunt, the stories in this play will remind people that nothing is impossible for God.

Actors: 10 Minutes: 50