Be a Part of the St. Paul's
2017 Christmas Pageant!
As family calendars for the fall are filled, all are warmly encouraged and invited to participate and serve in the Christmas Eve Pageant. It is a generations old tradition at St. Paul’s Church. People of all ages, from infants, toddlers through teens and up to parents, all come together to produce and perform the good news of Christ’s birth as told from the scripture.
This is a chance to learn the real story, as well as, serving the church in its worship on this Holy Night. Involvement in this pageant produces friendships, life memories, in addition to, experiencing the transformative power of celebrating the incarnation, Emmanuel, God with us!
Save These Dates!
Pageant Rehearsals - Sundays after church on Dec. 3 & Dec. 10
Pageant Dress Rehearsal – Wednesday Dec. 20 • 4pm*
Christmas Eve Pageant and Holy Communion - Sunday, Dec. 24 • 4pm
Here are the many ways young people can serve in the pageant:
A. Behind the Scenes:
1. Assistant director(s)
Requirements: Come to all rehearsals and meetings; help dress and undress kids with costumes; track when kids arrive and leave, track props on your side of the stage, cue kids onto the stage with the correct prop(s); keep kids quiet and focused during rehearsals and for the pageant.
2. Light and Sound People
Requirements: Come to all rehearsals; communicate with directors and kids about how lighting and sound will affect show, assist with putting mics on kids and collect them at the end of each rehearsal or performance.
3. Creating the Bethlehem Star
Each year a family works together to create the star of Bethlehem!
B. On “Stage”:
4. Acting opportunities (MUST attend all rehearsals:)
□ Angel Gabriel (male or female)
□ Baby Jesus (only needs to attend the dress rehearsal)
□ Lead Shepherds (male or female)
□ Lead Angels (male or female)
Visitors to the manger:
□ Little animals
□ Little shepherds
SIGN UP TODAY!
Click to open the Pageant Signup Form below, then print and mail, or scan and email your completed signup form to The Rev. Julie Graham.