As a group debate over who gets to wear the red nose this year, Charlotte and Rose discuss the stories told at Christmas, but only one holds true the older we get.
The world’s perspective about Christmas will never change the universal truth that Christ came as a baby to save us.
The Wise Man recounts his journey and the surprise at the end of it all.
The night of Christ’s birth, a shepherd realizes that this night is good news to ALL people.
Joseph struggles to understand why God would choose him to be Christ’s earthly father.
The Innkeeper comes to realize why his mother always told him to make room.
Elizabeth discovers that God can create life out of a barren womb.
Mary discovers that Christ really will change everything.
Mary and Joseph are on the long road to Bethlehem and have plenty of time to process exactly what God has chosen them for.
God limited Himself to become human, breathing new life into the world and giving us His perfect gift so we might be saved. This is a responsive reading perfect for your worship time during this Christmas season.
As the bells of Christmas usher in the season of hurry up and get there, the true meaning starts to fade in the background as we forget why we celebrate Christmas in the first place.
It’s late at night in the barn and the animals are all excited! A baby was born and they were there to greet the newborn King. This script is perfect for your Christmas Eve service or for a Children’s Sermon.
Rick and Tina play hardball as they sit down to negotiate how they spend their time during the Christmas season.
Bill’s concerned that the true meaning of Christmas has been compromised so he comes up with an alternative to Santa.
After reconciling the Christmas gift receipts and devising a payment plan, a husband and wife wonder whether it was all worth the price they paid - and rediscover what it cost Christ on that first Christmas.
When Jesus came down to earth, He left a perfect home in heaven where he sat at the right hand of God. He left all of that for us, even though we’d rejected Him. His love for us is greater than we’ll ever appreciate.
An updated take on a classic Scrooge tale about having an attitude of serving and giving.
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.
She waited for what seemed like an eternity for God’s promise to be fulfilled. But Hope finally came in the form of a baby and changed the world forever.
Grady has a great illustration for why we should be grateful no matter what.
The next morning after the Nativity, three young shepherds tell the throng in Bethlehem about the miracle they have witnessed, an event that will change the world forever (based on Luke 2:17-18).
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.
Several humorous scenes of children (or played by adults) and their visit to Santa remind us that we could all learn a lesson or two about what matters most at Christmas.
The Mother of Mary, Jesus’ Grandmother, shares her story of the events leading up to the moment when she finally got to hold her grandson.
Celebrate our Savior’s birth in your worship service with this responsive reading, and remember all that God has done for us through His Son Jesus!
Gary and Grady explain what Christmas is all about in this fun comedy duo script perfect for your Christmas Eve service.
In Bethlehem on the eve of Jesus’ birth, we meet a man whose heart has “no room” and a woman who is ready to make room, no matter what it takes. With God all things are possible, even the inconvenient!
After hearing from the Magi about the immanent birth of the King of the Jews, Herod plots to retain his own claim to that title. Pride and a desperate need to remain in control challenge everyone, not just Bible bad guys-there’s a bit of Herod in each of us.
Anna, the prophetess, sits in front of the temple…waiting and hoping for the coming Messiah.
Elizabeth and Zacharias, the parents of John the Baptist, speak of their joy, and of giving back to God what He has given to them.
Gabriel is just back from announcing to Mary that she will bear the Son of God and after debriefing with another angel, it’s clear that Mary’s faith is truly strong.
The blessing of Christmas is that God put a baby in a manger. But the greater blessing is that the baby didn’t stay there. Jesus is Emmanuel. God with us. And it’s because the baby grew up and lived out God’s rescue plan, it’s because the manger is empty that we are able to have God with us event today!