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Hi!  Here are some details about myself:
My name is: Sterling Koch
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My occupation (when I'm not doing puppets!) is: Pastor to youth and families
My approximate age is: 25 - 35
I live in the state of: California
... in the country of: USA
Here's some information about my church or puppetry organisation:
My organisation's name is: St. Patrick's Episcopal Church
My organisation's website is at: www.stpatschurch.org   | Is this Link Broken?
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1. Easter Sunday: "jesus Rose" by Sterling Koch - View script

Rating: 8.6 , Votes: 28

Both humurous and serious. It involves three disciples (puppets) and three women (actors). Based on the Mark account of the Resurrection.
Keywords: Disciples  Easter  Resurrection  
2. All Saints (and Buccaneers) Day by Sterling Koch - View script

Rating: 7.3 , Votes: 4

I think it's the only All Saints Day script I've seen. Humurous script we used in a mixed adult/children's service that explains All Saints Day (probably works best for liturgical churches that actually celebrate it). Works best for Americans, since jokes revolve around the NFL team, the Saints.
Keywords: Church  
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