Ideas for Writing Christian Dramas, Skits and Plays

Coming soon!

This page is an under constitution and will be filled with general ideas to help you decide on the style and setting to write a play on your topic.


  • Characters talking
  • Monologue of character direct to audience
  • Puppet play
  • Mime synced to music dynamics to tell an emotional story
  • External Voice over describing actions, like documentary
  • Commentator describing actions, like sports commentary
  • Conscience voice over of what character is thinking
  • Twists:
    • was all a dream. Use sparingly. Good for showing a 'what if' alternate story line that differs from what we know actually historically happened.
    • mislead the audience. Have a setting different to the actual story, but works as an analogy - and have an obvious "Ah-Ha" moment towards the end which reveals the mirrored story and makes people realize what everything actually represented in what they just saw.  EG. A kid dropped off on a plane by the dad and an air hostess looking after them and in the end are PPUUSSHHEDD our the door - and they were actually in a womb - not a plane!
  • What if things were/happened differently to a well known situation/story?
  • Revealing/hiding words/letters as story unfolds
  • Have same character/concept cross into multiple plays over the year (eg Fathers day and Mothers day)


  • Job interview
  • Councilor session 
  • Office cubical
  • Desert island, Jungle
  • Car, Ship, Train, Plane, Bus, Submarine, Spaceship
  • Alien planet
  • Auction
  • Womb
  • Jail cell
  • Wedding, Funeral
  • Roller coaster
  • Church


  • Lost 
  • Worried
  • Reminiscing
  • Doing the opposite


All items on this site are written by Scott Wegener, a multi award-winning Australian creative writer, specialising in fun Christian dramas and articles. He believes in looking on the lighter side of life while still valuing the eternal seriousness of life's decisions. This site is essentially a place Scott stores his works, sometimes without much copy-editing (do forgive any spelling/grammar creativity you spot on this site that comes free of charge due to his slight dyslexia).