Sunday, June 03, 2007

Who Am I?

The Rock Church Drama Department - Extended Hands, performed this past weekend at "Midnight Madness" in San Jose, CA where Bro Jonathan Shoemakes is the pastor Bro Jason West MC'd the event with churches representing as far away as Tennesee and Texas.
We received a Standing Ovation. Not for us, but for JESUS.
We adapted this unique "sign language/drama piece" from YouTube. The Wisconsin UPC Conf performed "Who Am I". We instantly wanted to do this sketch/skit/?. We had a blast... enjoy!


Labels: , , , , ,

7 Comments:

Anonymous B. McFarland said...

Would love to do you skit!
Any directions for "I am Yours" ?

6:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi I go to a church and our youth group has a sign language program. wh saw this skit on youtube and loved it. It is amazing how you do this. Everybody did an awesome job.
Good luck! keep it up!

4:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Our children's church loves the song "Who Am I?" and our puppet ministry team would like to perform this drama for an upcoming service where we showcase our children's church in the main service. Could you please pass on some info on the number of people it took to perform. We can figure out the rest of the info but trying to count the number of hands has proven to be an impossible task thus far.

Thank you,
Debi Baker
Children's Pastor
New Hope Assembly
Leavenworth, KS
pastordebi@newhopeleavenworth.com

10:45 AM  
Blogger shine4Jesus said...

I love your skit! My drama team would love to do this. Do you have directions for "I Am Yours"?

1:29 PM  
Blogger Teresa said...

I too have been looking every where to find a script, DVD with lights on to do this for our church- I saw this and wanted to get practicing right away with our youth- can anyone help me locate the "how to" of it???? I would appreciate any help- my email is teresah@mannmetal.com-
Thanks
Teresa in Michigan

7:04 AM  
Blogger amanda said...

Hello, Do you sell any books or information on this skit? I would love to know more about how it is done. Thank you.

4:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am joining the crowd of very interested folks who would love to find helpful information on performing this beautiful song with blacklight hands. I am a music teacher for Annapolis Area Christian School and would love to know how you mapped out the "hands" and what kind of black light you used. Can you send me any information? I am willing to pay for any performance "rights" you may have. This is a great ministry!!
Thanks so much,
Jenny Smith, Annapolis, MD

9:52 AM  

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home