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.

As Christians, do we wear the jersey but refuse to really join the team on the field? This skit helps set up a message about how Jesus calls us to be active members of His "team," not just bench warmers.

Actors: 4 Minutes: 3

In this monologue, a young man recalls his dad's struggles and successes as a single father and considers the importance of prayer in the lives of his own family as he watches his son's first t-ball game.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 5

This full-length play is a retelling of the classic story about a girl who is definitely not a princess but passes the test to become the wife of the prince. It reminds us that what’s in the heart matters more than status or riches.

Actors: 26 Minutes: 60

In this duet, a middle-aged man struggles to balance being a good husband and father as he also cares for his elderly father. He asks God for wisdom to make good decisions and the strength to show love and compassion in caregiving.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 8

Three readers talk about the difficulty of being thankful. As they list off things they’re not grateful for, it leads to the things that we should all be grateful for, starting with God’s promises to us.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 3

God visits Abraham and Sarah to give them new names and to announce that they will have a baby. They are beside themselves with laughter, unsure that it can be true, but ultimately choose to believe that nothing is impossible for God.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 5

A pastor who has learned a new conflict resolution technique decides to introduce it to the board. But the group ends up way off track before realizing they're doing it all wrong.

Actors: 6 Minutes: 6

Rooty is a little evergreen tree with a big Christmas wish: He wants to know the true meaning of Christmas! He looks for the meaning on a trip to Tinseltown but is that truly where Christmas can be found? Or is the little road that leads to Bethlehem the road that will grant his final wish even if it’s the road less taken? Join Rooty and his evergreen friends and follow them to the end and discover that with Jesus, who you are will always be enough. No need for flounces and fluff. Includes Artwork for screens and print.

Actors: 14+ Minutes: 20-25

This monologue focuses on righteous living as the "humble" character brags to God about all that he/she did for God and others in the past week, planning to also let the entire church know how good and holy he/she is.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 3

When a prisoner is told he is free, he chooses to stay in his cell a little longer rather than leave. This skit reminds us that Christ didn't set us free so we could remain in our chains.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

In a script on ethics and integrity, a self-professing Christian has a strict view of a co-worker's actions, only to "fudge it" when it comes to his own.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 3

New arrivals at the pearly gates are disappointed when they realize what they're missing on earth. When St. Peter gives them a glimpse of what awaits them for all of eternity, the desire for what they lost fades and they embrace the excitement and awe of heaven.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 4

This Readers Theatre takes a modern-day look at the story of Jesus' death from the perspective of bullying.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 3

When Jami wins a free home makeover, she determines that she first must get the house fixed up and replace worn-out furniture. This scene works as a sermon introduction or illustration about how we often feel the need to "clean up" before we come to Jesus, rather than letting Him create something new in us.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

In a bizarre and funny take on Matthew 18 and the unforgiving servant, this modern-day retelling takes place in a hospital and involves cellphones interfering with equipment, causing strange things to happen to patients.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 5

Even though things were hectic and crowded, the innkeeper said, "Yes" when he showed Mary and Joseph to the unprepared stable. This Christmas monologue reminds us that we can say, "Yes" to Jesus, no matter how hectic and unprepared our lives seem.

Actors: 1 Minutes: 5