Posts Tagged ‘drama’

Social Events: Make a Movie

This is heaps of fun! Split into teams and give them time to prepare a script. Then let them loose with a video camera - or even just a phone will do.
It can help to have some guidelines and to set a genre or theme. Have a range of crazy props available as well.
Edit the videos during... See more

Teaching Games: Trapped: Exodus

Contributed by: Emily Paterson, Diocese of Auckland

Activities you can use to help your youth to explore and relate to the story of Exodus. "Trapped" is part 1 of a series on Exodus, which you could run over four weeks or use all four sessions at a camp.
The Big Idea: Just as the Israelites were trapped in Egypt, we can also be... See more

Christmas & Easter: Mary’s Prayer

Contributed by: Phil Trotter

Use this imaginary account of Mary praying for her baby, Jesus, either as a reading or as a dramatic monologue in a service with someone dressed as Mary on a dimly lit stage holding a 'baby' by a straw filled manger.  Based on Mary's Prayer from "It Began in a Manger" by Max Lucado.
God. O... See more