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A banner with readings to explain the parts of a worship service
By: Anna Leichty, Phyllis Wezeman
(Duration: 2-25 minutes)
Banner Kit Includes Liturgy. Many traditional elements of a worship service that are meaningful to adults are too often misunderstood by children. This valuable resource pairs readings to identify and explain words relating to the parts of a worship service with banner symbols for visual reinforcement. The twelve words with symbols are: 1. Worship, 2...  read more
A Western for children and teens
By: Joy Cleveland
(Duration: 20 minutes; Speaking Cast: 8 females, 5 males, 13 total cast)
Yee-haw! Round up the cowboys and cowgirls—it's a Western minus the guns, violence or even a saloon. Lickety-Split is such a sleepy little—well, cow town—that the jail is downright dusty. Its residents are busy with their Christmas preparations when a series of robberies puts everyone in a dither! Gone are a gee-tar, a can of beans, a shawl, a sweet 'tater pie...  read more
A childrens' animal-themed Easter play
By: Jacqueline Hurley
(Duration: 15-20 minutes; Speaking Cast: 2 females, 6 either, 8 total cast; 
     Flexibility: 1-25 extras, gender flexible)
No humans allowed in this barnyard bonanza! Children will love pretending to be a hen, owl, dog, goose, fox, chick, and bunny in this play within a play. Silly Goose rallies the animal troops to act out Jesus birth on a lazy spring day. Although the season isn't right, the stable setting is perfect. They divvy up the parts of the angels, shepherds, and wise men...  read more
A children’s Christmas comedy
By: Scott Icenhower
(Duration: 25 minutes; Speaking Cast: 1 female, 2 males, 4 either, 7 total cast; 
     Flexibility: 1-25 extras, gender flexible)
This witty yet wise children’s play takes the common experience of returning Christmas gifts and turns it into a reminder of God’s love. It’s December 26th and employee Pat works her store’s returns counter. Among the dissatisfied customers is a director who tries to return her choir because it’s not Christmas anymore and she doesn't need them – but Pat points...  read more
Social media meets the disciples
By: Jacqueline Hurley
(Duration: 25 minutes; Speaking Cast: 35 either, 35 total cast; 
     Flexibility: 1-30 extras, gender flexible)
Clearly social media is here to stay – and what a tremendous vehicle to educate your child performers and audience about the lives of the disciples. Children furiously type away on clever but simple laptop props to locate each of the disciples on “Saintbook”: Peter, Andrew, John, James, Simon, Matthew, Judas, Thomas, Thaddeus, James the Less, Phillip, Nathanael...  read more
A "Fruits of the Spirit" program with parts for many children
By: Rebecca A. Egbert
(Duration: 20 minutes; Speaking Cast: 1 male, 10 either, 11 total cast; 
     Flexibility: 1-30 extras, gender flexible)
Bananas, apples, apricots and cherries ... cleverly costumed children are animated fruit characters who represent the Fruits of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. They recite messages on each of these nine virtues in a simple rhyme easy for children to learn.
A Pentecost program for children
By: Gail Gaymer Martin
(Duration: 15 minutes; Speaking Cast: 12-23 either, 12-23 total cast; 
     Flexibility: 1-30 extras, gender flexible)
The whole congregation enters into this children's program for Pentecost when the children give each person a piece of fruit—either a paper cutout or an actual apple. This small gift is a reminder of the Fruits of the Spirit—those wonderful character attributes that are a result of Spirit-activated lives. One by one, children display paper cutouts of different...  read more
Six novelty sketches for children's sermons
By: Dan Crawford
(Duration: 6 scenes, 5 minutes per scene; Speaking Cast: 2 females, 2 males, 5 either, 9-19 total cast; 
     Flexibility: gender flexible)
Well, shiver me timbers – it's an honest-to-goodness pirate come to shake up your children's sermon time! Recurring character Pirate Roger doesn't preach to the children. Instead, he learns about forgiveness through his interactions with others. Each "visit" brings a new discovery. He’s in search of a treasure, and he’s thinking gold – but it's really Jesus! In...  read more
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