Worship Feast: 15 Sketches for Youth Groups, Worship, and More

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Abingdon Press, 2003 - Drama - 128 pages
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Sometimes all you need to complete a meaningful worship experience is a new skit that's easy to pull off.

A drama that youth will love to perform, and one that will challenge actors and audience alike to ask serious questions about maintaining a life of faith in a not-so-faith-friendly world. 

With Worship Feast - Dramas you will get a diverse variety of skits - both long and short - in one resource!  These skits have been field-tested with real youth in real situations.

Skits include --
  • Teach Me To Pray
  • Survivor
  • The Pizza Party
  • McJesus To Go
  • The Workers at the Mall
  • The Sabbath Zone
  • Sail Away                           ...and many more.

The current generation of young people doesn't know a time when information wasn't coming at them from every direction. They multi-task every second of their waking lives.

To meet their needs in worship, we offer a variety of postmodern worship--a multi-sensory, whole-person experience.

Postmodern young people are not content to be observers of worship.  They want all-out participation in soul-shaping, heart-waking praise to their Creator. 

Postmodern worship experiences offer moments of transformation by meeting God through all of the senses.

Worship Feast - Dramas was especially designed for youth workers and pastors who want to reach young people in their worship services by taking the sacred traditions of the worshiping church and blending them with current experiences.

Serve an extraordinary worship experience to your youth. Leave them inspired . . . and full. Engage them. Move them. Make an impact.

 

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About the author (2003)

Beth Miller is a veteran youth worker with over twenty-five years experience. She is the founder and director of The Strangely Warmed Players, a youth drama troupe. She has led workshops on both youth ministry and on drama for several national training events. She resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan.f

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