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Wedding Wine

Drama
Lectionary Scenes
56 Vignettes For Cycle C
Theme

Weddings and marriages need Jesus.

Summary

Wedding pictures are being taken after the wedding. It's going fairly well until the bride's father discovers they've run out of wine. The bride and the groom assure everyone that's not important, but having Jesus in the marriage is.

Playing Time
5 minutes
Setting
The church after the wedding
Props
Photographer, camera, bridal flowers
Costumes
Formal
Time
The present
Cast
BRIDE

PHOTOGRAPHER

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