“Who’s This All About?” Christmas Script

Christmas play

**This is a guest post by Dale Hudson from Relevant Children’s Ministry

I’ve been getting a lot of emails for the scripts, schedules, etc. from the Christmas Family Experience we produced last year called “Who’s This All About?” It’s that time of year when people are looking for Christmas plays, etc.

It can be used for a shared Christmas family show or a children’s play format. If you feel it would be something please use the links below.

  • Download this Zip file with scripts, production schedule and more.
  • View pictures and read about making this event
  • Read the blog post about the original event

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  1. donnette Williams says

    Im lookin for a christmas play for children that sends the message of peace and goodwill It must spread the message of Jesus but not the nativity play It can be around 45 mins, a little funny and incorporate christmas songs. My name is Donnette Williams from Guyana South America I volunteer at a children’s club

  2. Emma Dee says

    Teresa, Right click on the zip file link and ‘save target as’… save it wherever you will be able to find it (desktop is good). Go to the zip file on your desktop and right click ‘extract all’. This will extract all the files in the zip file into a folder which you can then open and the pdf files will be in there

  3. says

    I am looking for a Christmas play with music for our Children’s Ministry. I was unable to download the zipfile for “Who’s this all about” from this website. I was just wondering if there is another way I can receive the play… Thank you so much for your time.
    Teresa Mitchell
    Children’s Ministry Secretary
    Calvary Chapel Chino Valley

  4. says

    We are doing an adapted Version of this. Thank you, Dale for being so willing to share!!!


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