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Simon Peter Speaks--The Passion of Christ: A Dramatic Monologue for Palm Sunday and Holy Week (English Edition) This is a Dramatic Monologue with Simon Peter speaking in first person about the events of Palm Sunday and Holy Week through Maundy Thursday This service is designed so that appropriate music may be interspersed at various points in the Monologue This can be accomplished either by the singing of hymns, choir anthems, vocal or instrumental solos or a combination of these The Monologue may also be presented without interspersing music in the text The character of Simon Peter may be your pastor or a gentleman with a strong dramatic presence To create the backdrop for the monologue, it is suggested that Simon Peter should be dressed in a simple long robe and sandals, reminiscent of the time of JesusR A PALM SUNDAY SERVICE Of course, Palm Sunday is a day for celebrating the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem However, it is also the beginning of Holy Week, the last week of our Lord s earthly life This service can combine the events of Palm Sunday and Holy Week by beginning with a celebratory hymn, such as All Glory, Laud and Honor, and a procession of palm branches, progressing to the Dramatic Monologue which will prepare the congregation for the days of Holy Week At the close of the Monologue, following the final hymn or anthem, it is suggested that the congregation leave in silence, in observance of the beginning of Holy WeekR A MAUNDY THURSDAY SERVICE Because this service focuses on Simon Peter s story of the events of Holy Week, the entire service can consist of the Dramatic Monologue, interspersed with choral instrumental or appropriate hymns As with the Palm Sunday service, it is suggested that the congregation leave in silence, in remembrance of the coming crucifixionHoly Communion may also be incorporated into both of these versions of the serviceEASE NOTE The non capitalization of pronounds referring to God and Jesus, such as he and him, is deliberate for smoother reading


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