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.

One of the disciples struggles with the assignment they’ve been given by Jesus—to get a donkey. The other reminds him of the miracles Jesus has performed and ultimately convinces his fellow disciple that they can trust Jesus, even if they don’t understand why He’s asking them to do this.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

When she stood accused and awaited the consequence of death, the woman caught in adultery encountered Jesus, who showed her mercy. She recounts this story and draws the connection between her own accusers, and those who brought Jesus to the cross. When he shouted, “It is finished,” she remarks that it was not Jesus who was finished, but rather something was accomplished—restored.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 3

When her brother Lazarus died, Martha felt as though Jesus had abandoned them. She believed Lazarus was gone forever. However, the words Jesus said from the cross about feeling forsaken by God may have connected with how Martha felt on a deeper level. The reflections from Martha help us consider how we can hope for a different ending in our story, even when we feel forsaken.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 3

John reflects on the way Jesus cared for people during His ministry and shares his amazement at the fact that while Jesus hung dying on the cross, He was still ministering to others. When Jesus told John to take care of His mother, John began to realize how the sacrifice on the cross was opening the door for everyone to be part of Jesus’ family.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 2

The disciple known as James the Lesser reflects on Jesus’ resurrection. Though he felt inadequate and unimportant, he realizes that what Jesus did on the cross was for him. He has been made whole because of Jesus’ sacrifice.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 3

When Sara notices a huge spot on her floor, she's concerned what people will think about her. Jill encourages her by sharing about her own spot, reminding Sara that everyone has things in their lives they're ashamed of.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 4

Though "freedom" is the only word used throughout this skit, when the son returns to his father, the word is a powerful reminder that true freedom is only found in God.

Actors: 6 Minutes: 2

As a playwright works to compose a sketch about sin for the church youth group, three teens act out the scenes as they're written (and deleted) and rewritten.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 6

In this hour-long Easter play, we see snapshots from the lives of four inspiring, historical figures: William Wilberforce, Hannah Moore, Rosalind Goforth and Eric Liddell. The frame around each of these snapshots is Christ’s story of love and sacrifice on that first Easter, which makes possible every act of Christian love, sacrifice, and faith ever since. This powerful production also features a choir.

Actors: 10+ Minutes: 60

In a parody of the Netflix show, "Tidying Up with Marie Kondo," a man thinks a tidying expert is going to help him organize his house. Instead, he gets a much-needed look into the clutter in his heart.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 6

This Readers Theatre series for Lent contains all 5 scripts from the Things of God series.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 3

What we soak up in life is what we let out. This Readers Theater looks at how Jesus absorbed all the pain of those around Him, but when He was wrung out, compassion, light, love, and healing came out.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 2

In this Readers Theater, we look at how the thorn brings pain, and our lives are made up of painful events. But we are reminded that our pain is not the end, and that God will use it for something greater, like He did with His Son on the cross.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 3

This Readers Theater explores the significance of a coin today, and how, though they are small things on their own, they can add up to a lot. The coin is compared to sin, and we're reminded that all the coins in the world could never add up to the cost of Jesus' sacrifice for us.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 3

Thinking of the bitterness of the drink offered to Jesus on the cross, this Readers Theater explores the idea that we often end up with a cup running over with things we don't want. But we're reminded that Jesus drank the cup of God's judgment so we wouldn't have to.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 3

This Readers Theater explores the idea that we all carry signs about who we believe ourselves to be, and they're usually not very positive. But Jesus has written messages on our hearts reminding us that we are His children and we are loved.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 3