A Christmas Play: The town of Bethlehem is on the verge of a world changing event, the birth of our Savior. A young couple expecting a baby has traveled to Bethlehem to be counted as part of the Roman census. Mary’s baby is about to be born and Joseph looks for a place for them to stay. The audience will get to experience the events of the night through the reporting of the Nazareth Evening news. In addition, field reporters will bring breaking news updates, interview eyewitnesses who saw the choir of angels, and report on the census “debacle.” Shepherds, Wisemen, and even Mary and Joseph are interviewed by eager reporters excited to get the story out. This version of the nativity story creatively and humorously mixes biblical truths with present day elements and jargon.
Willie and his friends are excited about the holiday season. But do they really know what Christmas is all about? With the help of a stranger they come to understand the real story behind the Babe in the manger.
Mr. Johnson helps the Director bring to life this year’s Christmas Pageant as he insists that the stable’s atmosphere wasn’t noiseless and calm.
Want an engaging and memorable children’s Christmas play with lots and lots of adorable children without the hassle of rehearsing an engaging and memorable Christmas play with lots and lots of adorable children? Look no further! This script is designed to be a spontaneous Christmas pageant for any child in attendance who wants to participate! Attendees walk in the door, no children’s rehearsals needed, and get to choose which character in the Christmas story they want to play and go up on stage and help tell the story of the birth of Jesus! Further enrich your event with crafts and activities, costume making and reflection times! So, join in and Come to the Manger in an engaging and entertaining and easier way this Christmas!
Mabel may be the lead goose in this barn, but tonight her stable environment is shaking with the news that a new baby king may have to be born here. As she and her animal friends scramble to prepare the place, their efforts are sabotaged by a couple of the bullying King’s Horses - pretty ponies who will do anything to keep a new king from coming onto the scene. This script comes with promotional slides and bulletin artwork.
This Christmas series is an amazing tool that will help prepare your church in celebration of our coming savior. Not only that, but if your church follows Advent, this series can complement each Sunday.
This is a fun and interactive play with a “choose your own ending” for the audience!
Characters of a church Christmas pageant are thrown into investigative turmoil as their “baby Jesus” nursery doll comes up missing after an untimely power outage. Accusations soar and secrets are revealed as the cast sets out to find the true ‘leading role’ before the curtain opens!
This play has about 35-40 minutes of dialogue. Times will vary when being used as a dinner theatre.
Christmas gifts come in all kinds of sizes, shapes and styles. This Christmas, introduce your church family to five people who discover that the gifts of Christmas are really:
The Gift of Expectancy
The Gift of Grace
The Gift of Reconciliation
The Gift of Adoption
The Gift of Jesus
Each gift will help your congregation enter the Christmas season with hearts overflowing with the love of God.
This includes all 5 scripts, mp3 music files, sermon outlines, still and motion backgrounds and artwork.
This First Christmas Script pack features reflections from Joseph, Mary, Elizabeth, The Inn Keeper, A Wiseman, A Shepherd. Can be used for as part of a Christmas Play or individually in the weeks leading up to Christmas. This script bundle also includes the music used in the videos as mp3 files for your use.
A family-oriented Christmas event designed to evoke the feeling of being present at the time of Jesus’ birth. The audience journeys to four different settings where brief Christmas dramas are performed, then gathers for singing, a short message, and candle-lighting. This script includes artwork for slides, bulletin cover/insert and Photoshop files.
This Christmas Play is a series of casting calls for different parts in the Living Nativity which include the parts for Mary, Joseph, Wise Men and more (7 total). Read the preview and watch the video below to see how this play can be modified to fit your service. This Play includes: Scripts, Artwork and sample performance videos. You can optionally purchase the individual parts below under related items.
It’s the night before the big event, and Christmas is on a journey to the Holy Little City. He and the friends he meets up with along the way must arrive in the Holy Little City by morning, but the road isn’t always easy. Even with good friends all around all around, dangers threaten to keep them from reaching the Holy Little City in time all together and in one piece!
Distracted by the demands of work and children, Jason and Beth have become more like roommates than lovers. However, their predictable schedules are about to be turned upside down by a very unexpected pregnancy. This script includes title and transition slides.
Christmas is the time of year when hearts are open to “feel-good” themes like peace and charity. Movies love to cash in on these themes and the patrons who gladly pay the ticket price! This play is the re-telling of some popular classic Christmas movies, how the message of Christ is inescapable and how God’s “screenplay” will not be outdone. Script download includes play poster slides and hi-res artwork.
Sam reminds his family to slow down and remember the true meaning of Christmas through the reading of the Christmas Story.
“It’s a Madison County Christmas” is a play about a local TV show called “Live! With Ed and Lurleen.” Set in Madison County, Arkansas in Ed and Lurleen Jackson’s basement, this “Regis and Kelly-like” show is complete with guests, singing, and a cooking segment! This play is perfect for your holiday dinner theatre.
Set in a coffee shop, modern day characters from the Christmas story come to life as they celebrate Christmas and realize there’s more to our Christian lives than just living between the giants of Christmas and Easter.
This play begins by portraying the typical “manger story” telling of Christmas in a sort of tongue in cheek way. A Wiseman is picking his nose, the shepherds are “baaaaing” too loudly and Joseph almost drops baby Jesus, to name just a few. The audience is led to believe that they are actually watching what they came to watch. But soon the action turns not to the Christmas pageant play they just witnessed but to the players and what Christmas Eve looks like in their homes when the show is over and exactly where the Christmas spirit can be found when the manger is put into storage for another year.
This drama tells the story of Stuart, an innkeeper, and his quest to find meaning in his life. Along the way he encounters some shepherds, a wiseman, and his family who help him see that God has provided purpose in the little baby that has been born in the stable.
Set during World War II, this two act play tells the story of a wife hoping her husband can make it home for Christmas Eve.