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Sally's Christmas Skits Vol 2: Volume 2 (Sally's Skits)

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    Sally Demaray Hull (Author), Charlie P. Hull Jr. (Photographer)

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Skit 1”: Second Born Day”: is a Christmas skit. It lasts for approximately 20 minutes, plus the time for songs. The only props needed are those of standard Christmas Pageant props and costumes, as simple or complex as desired. Skit 2 “:With God All Things Are Possible”: is a Resurrection Day skit. It lasts for approximately 30 minutes, plus the time for songs. It is the sequel to “:Second Born Day”:, revisiting the same characters. The props needed are: ten large cards with tape on back and one commandment written on each (Exodus 20): A cross on which the Ten Commandments can be hung on. Both of these skits are about a small church in a rural community called Beavers Dell. Part one is the Christmas skit entitled: Second Born Day. Part two is the Resurrection Day skit entitled: With God All Things Are Possible. Unlike many church skits, these are designed for adults and teenagers taking the speaking rolls, while the young children can simply be on stage, dressed up as Mary and Joseph and the others in the traditional Christmas pageant (Skit 1), and also as decorating a cross with Bible verses (Skit 2). The town of Beavers Dell is run by a rather crotchety old man whom everyone knows as Grandpa Rusty. Two ladies he grew up with, Flo and Miranda, are the town’:s gossips. Grandpa Rusty has a bad habit of running off the pastors who come to town. But one young soul, Albert, is praying. And God is answering. These two skits are comedic, but also proclaim the Gospel. There are suggested songs listed, but the songs are not provided in these scripts. Standard hymns are suggested as well as more modern songs. Your own selections may be substituted. There is room for any amount of songs desired. Breaks are written in the scripts in order to accommodate these songs. But if no songs are desired, the skits still work out fine without any singing. Both skits were designed for the performers to simply read their lines while standing behind a podium, leaving the rest to the imagination of the audience.
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