We tell the stories of Jesus with our unique style of theatre that is entertaining, holy and interactive.

The Parable Project tells the stories Jesus told, to bring home the messages of the Gospel. The Parable Project uses drama, humor, and audience participation to bring nine parables to life; including "The Good Samaritan"and "The Parable of the Sower." In "The Lost Sheep", the audience actually plays the 99 sheep, baaaing on cue! Audiences watch, participate, and experience these stories in a creative and fun way. Jesus knew the power of a good story and his parables teach us lessons that help us love like him.

The Parable Project: Take Two - So many audiences loved The Parable Project, that we added a second show, The Parable Project:Take Two. Audiences of all ages will be inspired by a new show with nine different parables, that will help them experience the love of God in a fresh, new way. The audience helps to create the storm in “The Wise Builder," makes their best fish face in “The Net” and is delighted by song and pantomime in “The Lost Coin."

The Parable Project is a drama ministry that helps their audiences identify with the resounding lessons of goodness and in a way that will stick to their hearts. Perfect for all ages and ideal for school assemblies, church gatherings, social events and retreats.

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The main objective of The Parable Project is to help our audience engage their imaginations with Scripture using theatre.
By using drama, audience participation and improv we bring the audiences' imaginations and hearts to life,
inspired by the messages of the Gospel, so they can experience the love of God in a fresh, new way.

The Lost Coin

Light For The World     

The Two Sons

The Wise Builder
The Friend At Midnight 
The Merchant Searching

A Net Thrown Into The Sea
The Parable of the Yeast
The Parable of the Mustard Seed

The Barren Fig Tree

The Rich Fool      

The Unjust Judge

The Good Samaritan

The Pharisee & Tax Collector 

The Two Debtors

The Lost Sheep
The Prodigal Son   
The Parable of the Sower