Sisters Agree to Disagree on What’s Better
Sisters Agree to Disagree on What’s Better is a skit-with-a-song that elementary age children can perform during worship.
Sisters compare themselves to Mary and Martha and then celebrate their differences, similarities and the ways that they can cheer each other on to be the people God wants them to be.
Theme: Mary & Martha. With help from the story of Mary and Martha, sisters agree to celebrate who God created them to be – differences and all!
Characters: 2 sisters – 2 speaking parts
Song: Are We There Yet? – this up-tempo song includes a little cheering
Performance time: 5 minutes
Here’s a Sisters Agree to Disagree on What’s Better script excerpt:
Sister #1: My sister and I have different ideas about what to do with our time, just like Mary and Martha. Martha liked to be busy.
Sister #2: I like to be busy. Is busy bad?
Sister #1: No . . . busy is not bad.
Sister #2: What about Mary? Did she like to be busy?
Sister #1: Not in this story. Mary sat and listened to Jesus as he spoke.
Sister #2: I know how to sit and listen, but I would rather be busy. Is sitting and listening better?
Sister #1: I’m not sure if it is better or not. All I know is that we all get busy. But this story reminds us that it’s important to take time to sit and listen, too.
Sister #2: I can do that! But I might not be good at sitting and listening the first few times I try it.
Sister #1: No problem. What matters most is that we are willing to try. We all want to do the right thing. I have a feeling that just like us, both Mary and Martha wanted to do the right thing, too.
Sister #2: That’s one of the great things about having a sister. (puts arm around Sister #1)
Sister #1: Yeah . . . we get to learn how to do the right thing together. (puts arm around Sister #2)
(full skit and song are approximately 5 minutes long)
Check out the song in this package, Are We There Yet?
This Skit-with-a-Song for Kids package includes:
1) Sheet music includes a piano score with guitar chords.
2) Lyric sheet.
3) MP3s include two tracks – a vocal track of the song and a keyboard-only track with no vocals.
4) Skit, prop list and staging.
5) Permission to make copies of the sheet music, lyric sheet, MP3s and script – as many copies as you need for your performance. Price
Everything is sent via e-mail. You receive the script and song quickly and there are no shipping charges.
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