Victory Chapel Theatre

Every Saturday | 5pm under the Drama Tree

Why Church Drama?

  1. It’s BIBLICAL: The bible is not an encyclopedia of information about God; rather it’s the dramatic narrative of God’s relationship with real people told over the centuries. Using drama to tell a dramatic story only makes sense.
  2. It’s INCARNATIONAL: When we act out scriptural stories and principles, we’re giving them flesh and blood—making them real to those who are performing as well as to those who are watching.
  3. It’s GOSPEL: Jesus constantly employed dramatic and comedic stories to convey what the Kingdom of Heaven is like. So can we.
  4. It’s HISTORICAL: Down through the centuries, the Church has used “Passion Plays” and other theatrical devices to inspire congregants and evangelize the world.
  5. It’s CREATIVE: Our Heavenly Father is pleased when our worship reflects his divine, creative image. Drama can be a fresh, innovative expression of his nature in us.
  6. It’s ENGAGING: Theater can allow more members of your congregation to be involved in public and platform ministry.
  7. It’s UNEXPECTED: A properly placed dramatic vignette, sermon illustration or comedic interlude can keep your congregation surprised and attuned to your message.
  8. It’s EMOTIONAL: Drama can evoke laughter and tears and is often a more direct route to the heart than going through the brain.
  9. It’s COMMUNAL: Theatrical productions not only involve personal senses but also the dynamic of experiencing and reacting as a community.
  10. It’s IMPACTFUL: No matter your audience’s age, a dramatic performance can be more transformative and memorable than simply conveying information.

Yes, our company has a vested interest in more churches using drama, but it’s not just a financial one. You see, we’ve stayed in this business for more than 20 years because we love how these resources honor God and inspire people.

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