Category Archives: Plays

Plays that may be used for worship or other gatherings. Other worship materials: prayers, sermons, hymns and liturgies.

Pudding anyone?

“From the four corners of the earth come inter-connecting stories of human beings living with the wild, unpredictable effects of climate change… Scientists, farmers, oil magnates, climate warriors, prophets, mothers, journalists and others just like you and me – we’re … Continue reading

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A Fossil Free Nativity (2014)

Fossil Free Nativity Script by Westley Ingram Song lyrics revised by George Dow, Simon Honey and Ben Rafferty. This script is intended to be used in goodwill, for larking about, for struggles against principalities and powers and for purposes not commercial. … Continue reading

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Sketches by Westley Ingram

CEL member Westley Ingram wrote these three sketches for performing at Greenbelt 2011. They are based on some well loved comedy sketches. These are can be freely downloaded do let us know if you perform these. ‘Dead planet’ play script … Continue reading

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Don’t Dump Carbon (Puppet Show)

Download: Don’t dump Carbon, a Puppet Show Operation Noah Day Puppet Show  By Ruth Jarman Lilly is eating and drinking snacks very noisily and throwing the packets and paper into the audience Lilly: Isn’t life great? Don’t you think life’s … Continue reading

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Change Greed to Green, a play by Tom Hiscock

Download: Change Greed to Green Tom’s play written in 2008 is a conversation between the narrator or leader and many members of the Pollution Family such as Carbon Dioxide, Methane, Industrial Waste, Deforestration to mention a few. Much of this … Continue reading

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Use Your Loaf Sketch

Download: Use your LOAF (sketch) ‘One Bread’ Service of Worship Resource Material ‘Use your LOAF’ Sketch   2 Actors, 1 Voice, Narrators. Voice stand at back of church. Narrators come in from either side. Actors meet up and walk down … Continue reading

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