Christian Church Skits

Skits are a great way to show Biblical truths, and a great addition to church services. They essentially do what Jesus did with parables, they tell stories that are relevant to people's lives.

Stay tuned for some skits you could use at your church.

These skits will be short for the most part, so they don't take much time to prepare and don't take away much time away from the sermon.

How to start a skit team at your church?

1. Somebody needs to organize a team first. That person needs to like acting. Just like everything else, if you don't like what you are doing, it will be difficult to do.

2. Develop people skills if you don't have them. You will need to work with people. Some people are more natural than others at working with and managing people. But it's a skill that can be learned, even if you don't talk to nobody except your computer.

3. Look for reliable people. 2 people are enough to start a skit team. The most important quality you need to look for in people is reliability. They could be the best actor in the world, but if they don't show up, you would never get anything done with them.

4. Look for people who can act. The second important trait they need to have is, of course, ability to act. Practices take a lot less time when you have good actors.

5. Look for people you can work together with. It's a fact that not everybody likes everybody. But everybody can work with somebody. If you find out it's difficult for you to work with somebody, don't continue inviting them. Find somebody else who you would enjoy working with. Don't blame yourself for been a bad manager if you couldn't manage somebody. Don't blame the other person either. Just find somebody else.

6. Talk to your pastor or youth leader to see if they would be interested in a skit shown at their services. If your church is not interested, ask the leadership at another church.

7. Start small. Start with a very simple skit, with no lights, video, props, special clothes requirements. You want to start with as little moving parts as possible. Your main goal for the first skit is to make sure it flows without hiccups, so you are called to do another skit. You can add technology and props later.

8. Once you fail, correct your mistakes and do it again. You will mess up, everybody messes up. Fast growth and success is one of today's most prevalent lies. In reality, you take your God-given talent, and struggle through it, until you succeed.

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