Join the Thompson Family as they learn to give their Christmas to God. This play uses pre-schoolers through teens or adults. 8 solo adult or teen parts, songs and short or group parts for 2’s thru Juniors. Sheet music included for 7 songs.
Evan Scott, a modern-day Ebenezer Scrooge, journeys in his dreams through Christmas Past, Christmas Present, and Christmas Yet to Come. Can these dreamy visions change a man who has “No Room For Jesus”?
This play uses 1-4 adults or upper teens with major parts and 2 adults or upper teens with medium parts; 2 lower teens or mature kids for medium parts; 7 children with short parts, and some very minor parts. Choir sings three very easy songs and Evan Scott sings a funny song. Kids and carolers sing 2 carols.
The Abercrombie family discovers what they can give Jesus for Christmas. Uses 4 adult or upper teen parts, 8 or more children’s parts, and a narrator. No songs.
What do various names of Jesus tell us about His character?
Uses narrator, puppet team, kids, choir to sing a very easy song and medley.
Very easy. Uses 5 people dressed as Biblical characters and a narrator. Parts could be read and would need little-to-no rehearsal.
What if your Christmas tree could listen in on your conversations? You might find he knew all kinds of secrets. And if the ornaments could talk, they could tell you a story of their own. Uses a narrator, 4 older kids, and six people to do puppets or six kids in costume.
This reading of the Christmas story allows the whole audience to participate by adding sound effects with rhythm instruments, voices, etc. No rehearsal needed.
Sometimes Christmas is a time of expecting great presents and being disappointed. But the first Christmas gift was an ordinary-looking Baby who offered the best present ever. Uses a narrator, 4 youth, 5 kids, 2 adults or youth, and a choir or ensemble.
Moses, David, Isaiah, Luke, and John tell how God prepared and used them to write the story of Jesus, “The Greatest Story Ever Told.” This very simple program takes about 25 minutes and can be done with no group practice. Can be used in place of a Sunday morning sermon or in many other ways.
If you are planning to use one of these programs in your church and want to write me a quick note about it, I’d be glad to know how they are being used.