Christmas Resources Downloads
Get your totally free, downloadable resources to use in online church services this Christmas.
Below you'll find carols, Christmas reflections, drama sketches and Bible readings.
To download any of the following, please click the title or image.
The link will then take you to a Dropbox where you can download the item (See how to download below).
There are no restrictions on using these videos and can be used in any online church service over the festive period.
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Devotionals from Pam Rhodes
Devotionals from Dr Micha Jazz
Riding Lights Theatre Company
The following drama sketches have been generously made available for free by the Riding Lights Theatre Company. If you and your church do benefit from these, then there is an option to give a donation to the group here.
Please note these sketches come with a license agreement which can be downloaded here. This license gives you freedom to use in December this year only.
Amid the vastness of the universe, the archangel Raphael explains to a less experienced colleague some of the reasons behind the visit of the Son of God to the Earth.
With its gentle sense of wonder and poignancy, as well as its humour, this popular five-minute sketch makes the Christmas theme appropriate at any time of the year
Two shepherds, brother and sister Gibbo and Daw, are gob-smacked, delighted but a bit puzzled to be visited by an unusual glowing person on the hills above Bethlehem. They receive a special invitation. It’s all, in their words, ‘very affecting’ and besides, they’ve never had a special invitation to anything before…
A gently amusing take on the brilliant story in Luke’s gospel, where it is those on the edge of society who are the first to be told that the birth of Christ is joy for everyone.
Shortly after the birth of Jesus, Joseph is left holding the baby. It’s an opportunity for a quiet word about how they all came to be here. Even though Joseph is a stand-in father, his family line is of great importance.
Some Old Testament prophets foretell the birth of a great deliverer.
A re-telling of the Christmas story in three short episodes for a family audience. The story follows the account in Luke’s gospel: The Archangel Gabriel visits Mary, Joseph and Mary go to Bethlehem where Jesus is born and some shepherds visit Jesus.
The story of the visit of the Magi, based on the narrative in Matthew’s gospel.