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Coin Toss
This is a skit I wrote for our catechism class to perform in worship on Super Bowl Sunday to promote the Souper Bowl donations.
First Person Passion Narratives - St. Mark
Four first person stories/narratives according to St. Mark. Characters include: Woman who anointed Jesus, Peter, Pilate & Centurion
The Passion Story from the Gospel of Mark
Narrator: It was two days before the celebration of the Feast of the Passover in the city of Jerusalem. Jesus had been in the city with his disciples for some time. He openly spoke about the fact that he would have to suffer and die to save people from their sins. He also challenged the religious authorities by condemning their self-righteous attitudes. So the Chief Priest and religious leaders met to form a plan.
The Passion Story According to St. Matthew
NARRATOR: The mood of the people in the city of Jerusalem was one of celebration and excitement. It was the week of the Feast of the Passover, a Holy day that reminded all of Israel of the time when God saved them from slavery in Egypt.
The Passion Narrative of St. Luke
NARRATOR: It was a time of celebration in the city of Jerusalem. Thousands of pilgrims from across the world were gathering for the annual Feast of the Passover. This great feast remembered how God saved the people of Israel from slavery in Egypt. It was a time to remember how God's promise to be with his people always was alive and well.
Martin Luther Skits and Games
These 5 skits have as their goal to introduce people to Martin Luther and his teachings. I have also attached the worship bulletin we used for the series so folks can see the order in which they were presented. We also used a game called “LutherMania” during each service after the presentation which requires PowerPoint and a projector. We used the sermon time on Ash Wednesday to introduce the theme of worship and the skits to the congregation. Skits are in .Zip files.
Transfiguration Chancel Drama
This program followed a two-week Bible study in Sunday School on the scripture lessons for Transfiguration Sunday. We looked up all the cross references and discussed the background of the text. We made lists and discussed "mountain top" experiences in the lives of young people. Six youth served as readers and eight youth acted out the gospel lesson.
Holy Moses and the 10 Commandments
We have a man in our congregation who loves acting, so I wrote scripts for him to portray Moses discussing the 10 Commandments for our 2003 Lenten series. For fun, we called it Holy Moses. We followed each monologue with a short sermon that elaborated on the two Commandments being discussed, including gems from Luther’s Large Catechism.
Character Presentation of Roman Centurion
This presentation is based on the account found in the Gospel of Luke. Some have said that the Roman centurion became a Christian later in life. We don't know. Some say that he called Jesus the Son of God at the foot of the cross.
Paul - Lenten Character Portrayal
Tonight, we are invited to witness one of the most important events in the history of the early church. We will get to listen to Paul, as he writes one of his letters. Paul wrote at least 14 letters, and probably more. Some have been lost. Each began and ended in similar fashion to the letter you will hear tonight. As you listen, keep in mind the key word, “sinned” from our theme passage for Lent, which is taken from Romans, one of Paul’s own letters!
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