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May 25, 2019

Let the adults come unto me [Children's skit reversing the roles of kids and adults in the Bible story]


Performance: Castle Hill Seventh-day Adventist Church - May 18, 2019

[Children actors speak and act out all parts, except the 'adults' mentioned in the story]

Narrator: One day Jesus went to the other side of the Sea of Galilee and a large crowd followed Him. They followed him everywhere because they saw him healing the sick and never knew what amazing thing he’d do next. Jesus went up on a mountain side and He sat down with His disciples. Jesus saw that a large crowd was coming to Him and he said to Philip

Jesus: Go and get some bread, so that everyone may eat

Narrator: But Philip answered Him

Philip: Twenty thousand dollars worth of bread would not be enough for everyone here to even receive even a crouton each!

Narrator: Then Andrew, another of Jesus’ disciples, said to Jesus

Andrew: There is an old man here who has five barley loaves and two fish, but that is all we have a obviously isn’t enough to feed so many people.

May 18, 2019

Handling Hypocrites [Skit modernising the parable of the Pharisee and Tax Collector]


Performance: Castle Hill Seventh-day Adventist Church - May 18, 2019
- Based on Luke 18:9-14 - Parable of the Pharisee and Tax Collector

[Philip, A very formally dressed man comes in, and speaks poshly, Tanner, a shabbily dressed bikey is in their view]

Philip: Oh, my lordy! Who is that man? What is he doing in here? Is he lost, or come in here to cause trouble? Where are those deacons when you need them. I hope they're not scratching my Volvo while moving those visitor parking signs which were in my spot. I hope they come and remove that man before I give my big offering today. I wouldn't want him stealing it as it passes by him.
What's with that scribbling all over his arms. Tattoos should not be allowed in the sanctuary. Mark of the beast, indeed. You won't find a tattoo on me, except for the name of the Lord on my heart.

May 11, 2019

Presence for Mothers [Mother's day children's story]

Performance: Castle Hill Seventh-day Adventist Church - May 11, 2019

I’d like only the children who have ever had a mummy to come down the front please.

( while waiting: Who in the audience has ever had a mother? A grandmother? Great grandmother... related to Eve?)

Who here has, or has had a mum?

Have any of you ever made something for your mum for Mother’s Day?

Did it have hearts on it?

Why did you put hearts on your present?

If you had all the money in the world - what would you give your mum for Mother’s Day?

May 4, 2019

That's Not The Reason [Mother's day skit]


Performance: Castle Hill Adventurers - May 4, 2019

Narrator: Good afternoon everyone, and welcome to “ancient mysteries solved” - where we answer life's most difficult questions.
We trust you enjoyed our previous lessons on where missing socks go, and how you can convince them to return home.
Today we will explain an ancient mystery to do with Mothers. That is:
Have you ever wondered why mothers get breakfast in bed, and hugs and flowers and cards and crafts with love hearts on them on Mother’s day? Well, we have the answer.
You may think it’s because they spend nine months carrying a bowling ball in their tummy.

Mum: Oh my back!

Narrator: But that’s not the reason.
Often during pregnancy the mother to be can feel quite sick

Mum: Stand back everyone!! SPEW!

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