Sunday School Skits

Using a short skit or play for teaching a Bible story is a great way for students to participate and learn a story well.  Your skit doesn't have to have a pre-written script in order to be successful.  These examples of skits of Bible stories were rehearsed twice without having a written script - just the reading of scripture and a group discussion on how to design the skit.  The performance of the play looks a little rough, but the point of the skit isn't to show great drama, but rather that the students will remember the Bible story better.

 

Skit #1 - Adam and Eve Sin the Garden of Eden

 



Skit #2 - Noah Builds the Ark to Escape the Flood Part 1

 



Skit #2 - Noah Builds the Ark to Escape the Flood Part 2

 



Skit #3 - Jonah Preaches to Nineveh Part 1

 



Skit #3 - Jonah Preaches to Nineveh Part 2

 



Skit #4 - Achan Sins at the Battle of Jericho Part 1

 

Skit #4 - Achan Sins at the Battle of Jericho Part 2

 



Skit #5 - The Prodigal Son is Lost and Found again Part 1

 



Skit #5 - The Prodigal Son is Lost and Found again Part 2