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Easter may be a few months away, but you’re likely already preparing for that weekend. We usually see increased attendance in our ministries and know that we have a great opportunity to present the story of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection, and what it means for sinners like us.
Over the last few years, we’ve tried to use different creative elements and drama to help us present the Resurrection story. I’ve heard others asking about drama scripts or Stations of the Cross ideas, so I wanted to share these resources with the hopes that it will help your ministry!
Scripts - Rooms - Props - Decor - Scene
These scripts were presented in separate rooms with props and decor that fit the scene. It was like a Stations of the Cross drama, but we limited the scenes to the Triumphal Entry, Last Supper, Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus’ Trial and Crucifixion, and Jesus’ Death and Burial. Following the last scene, we had a leader read Matthew 28:1-10 and led the kids in a time of celebratory worship because Jesus is Alive!
After using the stations idea, we decided to create a full worship service that incorporated similar sketches between times of singing. We used the multiple verses of Were You...
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