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A Letter from God – a clown ministry skit for two speaking clowns, by Raynbow the Clown - what happens when one of them receives a special letter?

A Letter from God

A Letter from God – a clown ministry skit for two speaking clowns, by Raynbow the Clown

props needed – a letter, or folded piece of paper, and a Bible—either normal or clown-sized

the skit begins with two clowns entering the stage from opposite sides—they are both on their way to different destinations when they see each other (more…)

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Cleaning up after the elephants

Cleaning up after the elephants

Cleaning up after the elephants – a skit on the necessity of doing unpleasant jobs

A skit for 2 clowns, 1 silent hobo, 1 speaking (clown or ringmaster)

Props required: whisk broom, dust pan, push broom, garbage can on wheels, shovel, garbage bags (filled with air & tied off) — also, props for the Hobo to perform with, such as a hula hoop, juggling balls, balloon animals, etc.

The skit begins with the ringmaster coming on stage, looking around for the hobo …

Ringmaster: Where is that happy hobo? He’s never around when there’s work to be done … (more…)

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Follow Jesus – an original, silent skit for a clown troupe (9 or more clowns)

Follow Jesus

Follow Jesus – an original, silent skit for a clown troupe (9 or more clowns)

This skit is courtesy of TenderHeart, aka. Nelda Singer (email: oldlulubell at yahoo.com)

(set up: this clown skit is about several different small groups of clowns. No speaking parts. One man is dressed like Jesus and carries a sign that reads LOVE. One group starts off with maybe a man, woman and teenager on one side of the stage, the teenager is being unruly. In another section of the stage are two boys that are bullying each other. Another group is gossipy women, and a group of men in the back corner playing acting like they were playing dice and drinking.) (more…)

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Donuts and Freckles, a skit for two clowns, demonstrating what baptism is, and isn’t

Donuts and Freckles (what baptism is, and isn’t)

Donuts and Freckles, a skit for two clowns, demonstrating what baptism is, and isn’t. Original by Raynbow the Clown.

Props: A donut, a (clear) glass of white milk, a washcloth, a sponge, a scrub brush, a bottle of Windex, sandpaper, and Comet cleanser

Skit starts with Clown 1 entering, addressing the audience

Clown 1: (looking at his watch) Good morning, everyone! This morning, my helper Clown 2 and I are going to demonstrate what Baptism means — (glances at watch again) — except that Clown 2 is late, and he promised to bring my visual aids!

Clown 2: Here I am! (enters, carrying donut and glass of milk)

Clown 1: (looking slightly upset) Where have you been? And where are the visual aids? (more…)

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Gospel Paper Tear - This is a demonstration of a simple paper tear, that requires only a normal 8.5” x 11” sheet of paper

Gospel Paper Tear

This is a demonstration of a simple paper tear, that requires only a normal 8.5” x 11” sheet of paper.  I’ve done it many times, both in clown makeup and in my “civilian disguise” for pre-teen audiences.  I recently did it impromptu after a church dinner for our local youth group and was pleasantly surprised by their reaction.  It’s a nice attention-getter, allowing you to use it as a springboard to present the gospel since the paper tear ends with a large paper cross and paper snippets that together form the word ‘HELL’ .
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Clown Code of Ethics - the eight clown commandments

Breaking the Law; or, the Way to Salvation

BREAKING THE LAW: THE WAY TO SALVATION — courtesy of Shelley Hitz, hitzshel75 at cs.com, a clown skit for 3 speaking clowns

SETUP/PROPS

A big poster with the ten commandments written on them (could look like stone tablets) saying at the top “God’s standards for Life”
A few balloons with a sign that says, “Balloons for sale $1 each”
A big Bible

SCRIPT

PART I:

Clown 1 Walks in with a big Bible under his arm. He sees the Ten Commandments and mentally goes through each one (looks at it or points at it, then thinks about it and nods his head affirmatively that yes he’s kept that one). Clown 1 is showing a very self-righteous attitude. (more…)

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Easter Butterfly Cocoon – a free Christian clown skit for 1 or 2 clowns, about the change that Jesus brings Courtesy of Will Rejoice and B. Glad at www.joyset.com A skit for 2 clowns, or 1 clown (INRI) and 1 teacher, pastor, or other “normal” person (Begin with a clown wrapping itself up in a big sheet to try to look like a cocoon.) TEACHER: What are you doing? INRI: The pastor said that we have to have new life. So that made me think about a butterfly. I am going to stay in this cocoon till I become a butterfly. TEACHER: Well Inri, it is true that butterflies are used to symbolize new life. But … INRI: Yup, that’s right. They start off as a catah …. uh carterpilllow? … uh … quarter …. They start off as a fuzzy worm! TEACHER: Yes INRI, but you are not …. INRI: And then when they are ready, they spin a cocoon around themselves and they change inside the cocoon. They grow wings and antennae and … TEACHER: That’s the important part. They change. Christ helps us to change too. Butterflies remind us of that change, but we don’t have to get into a cocoon. INRI: Oh … I get it. A change on the inside! And I was almost ready … TEACHER: Ready for what? INRI: (drops the cocoon and starts juggling round margarine lids … or just toss them like frisbees, making sure the audience can see the lid tops) … Look butter …. fly! Enjoy! Enjoy! Enjoy! Adapt! Adapt! Adapt!

Easter Butterfly Cocoon

Easter Butterfly Cocoon – a free Christian clown skit for 1 or 2 clowns, about the change that Jesus brings

Courtesy of Will Rejoice and B. Glad at www.joyset.com

A skit for 2 clowns, or 1 clown (INRI) and 1 teacher, pastor, or other “normal” person

(Begin with a clown wrapping itself up in a big sheet to try to look like a cocoon.) (more…)

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Where Is Grace? A clown skit for two clowns, illustrating the meaning of grace. Original by dale.beatty at dfas.mil

Where is Grace?

Where Is Grace? A clown skit for two clowns, illustrating the meaning of grace. Original by dale.beatty at dfas.mil

Clowns needed: two will do nicely, but more can be used if desired.  In this case, I will name the 2 clowns as Zelmo and Daisy.

Props: Good News Bible marked Ephesians chap 2 verse 8. and loud voices

This skit can be used as a children’s sermon

Starts with the 2 clowns up front.

Zelmo: Hello Daisy, can you help me?

Daisy: Sure Zelmo, what do you need? (more…)

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Kneesy, Earsy, Nosey is a game of coordination and dexterity, which is particularly played by Stan Laurel in the movie Fra Diavolo, to the great despair of Oliver Hardy.It quickly became a fad shortly after this film was released

Free Gospel clown skit with kneesy earsy nosey

Free Gospel clown skit with kneesy earsy nosey – for 2 or more clowns

A simple gospel skit that’s fairly flexible—for example, it can be done with two speaking clowns, or one speaking clown and one audience participant, either adult or child.  In the same way, it can be performed by a silent clown, with a children’s pastor (or someone else) narrating.  The basic premise is as follows: (more…)

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Do I Look Okay? A gospel skit, dealing with how we think that we’re fit for God’s presence … by Goofy Grape

Do I Look Okay?

A gospel skit, dealing with how we think that we’re fit for God’s presence … by Goofy Grape (more…)

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