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Palm Sunday Scripts

The following scripts are designed to be used for Palm Sunday during your worship service. Each script has been hand-picked to ensure its content is appropriate for your Palm Sunday celebrations.

The Last Days: Riding Into Jerusalem

A narrative about the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. Two narrators describe the same events in very different ways.

  • Actors: 2
  • Minutes: 4-6 minutes

Untie the Donkey: Collection

Two of the Lord’s disciples are sent to fetch the donkey that will carry Jesus into the city. Problem is, the donkeys refuse to be untied because of whatever it is in their lives that is holding them back from truly serving Christ. The “Untie The Donkey” skits can each be played stand-alone, or as a five-week series culminating on or near Palm Sunday.

  • Actors: 9
  • Minutes: 20

40 Days: Palm Sunday

A guy borrows one donkey and never hears the end of it. Listen as one of Jesus’ followers describes the atmosphere around Jesus’ triumphant arrival on Palm Sunday. Includes music from video version.

  • Actors: 1
  • Minutes: 4 minutes

Palm Sunday

What is Palm Sunday? This script explains the history and significance of Palm Sunday in a funny way. Get your church prepared to celebrate Holy Week! This is the script from The Skit Guys popular video ‘Palm Sunday.’

  • Actors: 2
  • Minutes: 4 minutes

Parade for a King

Live from Jerusalem, it’s the Palm Sunday Parade! Join in and listen to the color commentary as the crowd gathers to welcome a King.

  • Actors: 4
  • Minutes: 6

Encounters With Christ: Philip & Andrew

Two disciples remember being with Jesus the week before his resurrection. Use in the weeks leading up to Easter and it’s a great script for your Palm Sunday service.

  • Actors: 2
  • Minutes: 4-6 minutes

Sunday Munchies

Willie hopes that Betsy telling the story of Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday will help him to take his mind off of food. This is a fun skit for Palm Sunday that points to the ultimate triumph of Jesus over death the following Easter morning.

  • Actors: 3
  • Minutes: 7