You See That Every Day

A drama script for Pentecost. In a Jerusalem street something amazing and very dramatic is happening. The bystanders are all astonished – but can even this surprise Audrey and Margaret, two very bored market traders who believe that nothing new ever happens around here?

Prayer: Open the Gates!

As we remember Christ entering into Jerusalem
we lay down our burdens, fears, hopes and dreams
at your feet.
(Palm Sunday Year B)

Easter week – a visual timeline

It may look like a map of the London Underground, but this is a cunning visual representation of who did what and with who in the week surrounding Jesus’s death. Look at it for more than a few seconds and you’ll be reaching for your Bible to check it out!

The Trinity – In Their Own Words

In this quick moving drama script about the Trinity the Father, Son and Holy Spirit speak for themselves and in an enjoyable romp through various Bible references give an idiot-friendly overview of something that is (let’s be honest) inexplicable – one God in three persons.

My Mother Is

This touchingly funny drama script about children and their mothers can be performed by children of varying ages with almost no rehearsal. The children share some lovely thoughts about their mothers – but reveal a few other things too!

Prayers of Travelling Light

Help us to travel lightly Lord,
as we walk into each new day.
Do we need all our things, the comforts and gadgets and clutter?
(3–9 July Year B)