"CHRISTMAS IN ROOM 309” is a Broadway style, one-act musical for Middle School and Elementary Students about Forgiveness and Belonging.
When GRANDPA OSCAR LONG ends up in the hospital on Christmas day, his visiting family - including foster children - gather in the hospital waiting room to comfort GRANDMA KATHERINE LONG and speed GRANDPA's recovery. Through a series of events and decisions, ALEX witnesses his/her mom, GINA, take action to heal the broken relationship between siblings. And through the love of GRANDMA and GRANDPA, ALEX realizes that, "Man looks on the outside, but God looks on the heart."
"CHRISTMAS IN ROOM 309" HAS AN OPTIONAL GOSPEL PRESENTATION. SEE BELOW.
Children, gather ‘round. Listen and learn. We’re about to witness the miracle of God’s love. Think about it...If God loves us enough to give up His Son for us after all we’ve done, how can we stop loving each other? And if forgiving us was so important to God that He sacrificed his only Son, then shouldn't forgiving be very important to us? What, a holy and perfect God can forgive us, but we can't forgive each other? Does that seem right? Of course not! Because he forgives us, we must forgive each other. Because He loves us, we can - we MUST - love each other.
No matter what?
No matter what.