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A single license is required to perform A Signature Christmas at your church and is valid for one year after purchase. Please note that 100% of all proceeds generated from A Signature Christmas script sales are used for future local drama ministry. Our desire is to provide churches with a polished and proven three act script that provides as much structure as possible, while leaving room for customization. We understand it's a lot to ask for purchase a script without having read it, which is why we offer a 30-Day money back guarantee.


For the first time ever we are printing some of our favorite Christmas Card designs to be purchased by individuals who want a strong Christian, pro-life message to send to friends and family during the holiday season. It is our desire to bring additional scripts to market in the coming years, and your support of A Signature Christmas will make that possible.
This 30-page script contains everything from actor lines, stage directions, set instructions, prop list, as well as lighting and audio cues.
If you purchase A Signature Christmas annual license and make the decision within 30 days to not move forward with production, simply let us know and we'll return your annual license purchase price in good faith.


We believe strongly in this script and have seen the impact it can have in our local community, but we also want you to be confident in what you're purchasing without any risk.



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