Bethlehem Drive a
fun and effective way to witness to your community. Stations are set up
to tell important parts of the Christmas story. Visitors drive past each
station, finally arriving at the manger scene. Little to no memorization
required. For older youth and adults.
A group of about 20 visitors at a time follow a shepherd on a 15 minute
walk to view 7 skits or vignettes while looking for baby Jesus. A unique
way to witness to your community during the Christmas season!
the Best Gift Ever!
A Sunday school teacher helps her students to
realize the real meaning behind exchanging gifts at Christmas.
Christmas, Jesus, & Santa
Santa Claus in a play about the birth of our savior?!
Read it to learn why?
Ewe Said It! a sweet skit which
tells the story of some Spring Lambs who anxiously await Ewe's
arrival to hear the story of the Good Shepherd several generations after
the first Christmas.
Mary Goemaat, Children's Director at Faith Church in Michigan wrote in to
say, "A few years ago our church created an original Christmas
production, a brainstorm of the associate pastor and myself that we
pulled together out of necessity. We include many different programs and
ages of kids and put it all together in "Grandpa Remembers".
Christmas Day Children
perform original music, while other children pantomime the Nativity
Christmas I Remember
Join three middle aged daughters who happen across an old chest in their
parent's attic, evoking memories of their childhood and Christmases
Christmas Tree Narrative
Easy setup to adapt to your Children's Ministry. It does not
necessarily need a rehearsal.