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What is Easter?

What is Easter? A free clown skit for three speaking clowns, and one “normal” person
What is Easter? A free clown skit for three speaking clowns, and one “normal” person (Editor’s note: this skit is written by Raynbow the Clown, and is based on the joke “Three clowns at the gates of heaven.” Also note that it could be easily re-written for one...
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He Loves Me. He Loves Me Not

He Loves Me. He Loves Me Not – a clown ministry skit for 2 or 3 speaking clowns, about the need to tell people about Jesus
He Loves Me. He Loves Me Not – a clown ministry skit for 2 or 3 speaking clowns (author unknown) Clown 1 sitting on stage reading his Bible Clown 2 enters picking petals off a flower or carrying a bunch of flowers to be more visual to the...
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Annie and Rowdy Rusty– a clownish retelling of David and Goliath

Annie and Rowdy Rusty– a clownish retelling of David and Goliath - clown ministry skit for a troupe of speaking clowns
Annie and Rowdy Rusty– a clownish retelling of David and Goliath A rework of David – a clownish retelling of David and Goliath, a skit by Tom Raymond, Characters: Narrator, Annie, Annie’s 2 sisters, Father/Sheriff (the same person can play both), “Rowdy Rusty” Custard Props: 5 balloon cow hats, ukulele, bag of “supplies,”...
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High wire Gospel skit

High wire Gospel skit – using the classic “slack rope” clown routine to demonstrate the Gospel
High wire Gospel skit – using the classic “slack rope” clown routine to demonstrate the Gospel Props: a length of rope (at least 6 feet long), a stuffed toy animal (or balloon twisted) to ride on the clown’s back at the end, tape measure, balancing stick, parasol Required: 4...
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What can I do with these apples?

What can I do with these apples? a skit for 3 speaking clowns. Original by Tom & Ellen Raymond, dealing with helping those less fortunate
What can I do with these apples?, a skit for 3 speaking clowns. Original by Tom & Ellen Raymond (the skit begins with Clown 1 & Clown 2 in the foreground; a tramp/hobo clown enters, behind the other 2, where he remains for the bulk of the skit)...
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GPS for Life

GPS for Life, courtesy of Epworth Rehoboth Beach Clowning for Joy - clown ministry skit for multiple speaking clowns
GPS for Life, courtesy of Epworth Rehoboth Beach Clowning for Joy Begins with group (at least 3) of clowns sitting down with kids Solo clown coming the other way Clown 2: (When sitting) Good morning kids. I am Clown 2 (other clowns introduce themselves ) Clown 1: (holding a...
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The Spelling Bee

The Spelling Bee, courtesy of Epworth Rehoboth Beach Clowning for Joy
The Spelling Bee, courtesy of Epworth Rehoboth Beach Clowning for Joy Begins with three clowns goofing off on their own with kids sitting in a circle on Chancel. Fourth Clown the teacher, walks up the stairs and begins to talk to kids. Teacher: Good morning kids. I am...
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Making room for my stuff

Why include a Bible verse? This was prompted by a question where someone asked me why Christian clown skits typically end with a Bible verse
Making room for my stuff – A clown ministry skit for 2 speaking clowns Props required: a large foam Bible that is hollowed out, as well as things to pull out of it (colored silks, for example) and things to put in (could be anything appropriate to your...
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A new creature in Christ

A new creature in Christ – a clown ministry skit for 2 speaking clowns
A new creature in Christ – a clown ministry skit for 2 speaking clowns Props: a large cardboard box (think refrigerator box), or something equivalent. Assuming that you have (or acquired) a refrigerator box, cut out a large window in the top, so the audience can see the...
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Steward-ship

Steward-“ship” – a clown skit for 1 clown and narrator
Steward-“ship” – a clown skit for 1 clown and narrator an original clown skit by valerie.delaney at gmail.com Props Needed: Cruise pamphlets, toy ship with STEWARD printed on it or plywood cutout of ship put on laundry baskets to form ship and hold stewardship forms. Narrator: Once there was...
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