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Scripts reader's theatre

This reader's theater (with a twist) reminds us that New Year’s Day may be about resolutions and starting over, but we serve a God of second chances who will renew us anytime and every time we ask. We don’t have to wait for a new year to start.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 4

In this Readers Theater packed with Scripture, we celebrate God's promises kept through the advent of Jesus and reassures us that His promise to return is trustworthy.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 3

Mary and her father are writing letters to each other, revealing how he doubts the truth behind her pregnancy and the identity of her young son. This script is a blend of reader’s theater and an acted scene.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 7

This Readers Theater tells a story that reminds us that even when we can't forgive ourselves or forget the sins we've committed, God not only forgives, but also forgets all our sins.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 2

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

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

Actors: 5 Minutes: 3

In this Readers Theater, we are reminded that the first Christmas was not peaceful; it was a time of anxiety as Mary and Joseph searched for a place to give birth. But Jesus came to bring peace to us all.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

In this Readers Theater script, the story of the shepherds is recounted as the angel appears before them to announce the birth of the Savior, filling them with fear that is soon replaced with joy.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

In this Readers Theater, audiences are led to focus on the phrase Jesus cried out on the cross, exclaiming that "it is finished," and how those words impact our lives as Christians.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 3

In this Reader’s Theater script, Mary, Joseph, 2 shepherds, and an angel ask if people expected the Savior to come as a human baby, who is also fully God. Audiences are reminded that God sent His Son to show his love and to die for us all.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 3

In a celebratory Readers Theater, audiences are reminded of the miraculous birth of Jesus, the greatest gift we could ever receive. Leads nicely into a choir or congregation singing “Joy to the World.”

Actors: 4 Minutes: 2

Five individuals wonder what it would’ve been like to have witnessed the arrival of a baby who would save the world, and stand in awe that Jesus came to be part of their lives. This script is a thoughtful and celebratory anthem ideal for a Christmas service. Includes an mp3 of the soundtrack from the video version.

Actors: 5 Minutes: 3

Mary and her father are writing letters to each other, revealing how he doubts the truth behind her pregnancy and the identity of her young son. This script is a blend of reader’s theater and an acted scene.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 7

In this skit, a reader’s theater goes awry when two of the readers take it upon themselves to make some edits to God’s Word, in an attempt to be more “real” about gratitude.

Actors: 3 Minutes: 5

A time of worship through scripture celebrating the mystery of the Advent of Christ the Lord.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 2

A time of worship at Advent through remembering the Incarnation, the story of Mary’s birth of Jesus in Bethlehem.

Actors: 2 Minutes: 2