Clown Ministry Skits

Clown ministry skits – free to use in church, gospel outreach, or wherever clowns want to show the love of Jesus Christ

Praying Clowns, a clown skit for 2 speaking clowns, courtesy of Clowns for Christ

Praying Clowns

Praying Clowns, a clown skit for 2 speaking clowns, courtesy of Clowns for Christ

Clown One is introduced by Pastor and comes and sits by him to talk to kids about prayer. Clown Two sneaks in. Kids see Clown Two, but Clown One pretends not to.

Clown One: I am going to talk to you guys about prayer. We have the Lord’s Prayer that we all know, but I pray differently when I’m by myself. I usually start out by saying, “Hello, Heavenly Father!”

Clown Two: Hello. (more…)

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The parable of the workers in the vineyard - bucket sketch

The parable of the workers in the vineyard

The parable of the workers in the vineyard, by  Steve Conley(originally posted to the Clown Ministry group at  http://groups.yahoo.com/)

Kim and I have been hired at a local church to come in twice a month a do a skit that reinforces the bible verse that is being taught. Here is the first one that we will be doing. I thought I would start sharing these with you.

Here is a skit on the parable of the workers in the vineyard. Hope you find it useful.

Steve Conley (more…)

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

More than Hear

More than Hear – a clown skit for 3 or more clowns, written by  John Gravley

MAIN IDEA: to show that Jesus does not just tell us about God’s love but joins our lives to live God’s love through us. We don’t just listen to Jesus we have to invite Jesus to live with us.

HELPERS: at least three but more can join.

SETTING: two areas are needed. One area is a worship area and the other area is a living area.

PROPS: a sign for Jesus to wear, a Bible or big book that can be a Bible, some snacks, some books to study and some other activity for clowns to share (maybe a deck of cards to play)

SKIT: two (or more clowns) are studying together and eventually they get into a fight and somebody gets mad.

After a pause they get up one by one and move over to the worship area where Jesus is standing motioning as if teaching. Gradually the clowns that have been fighting are no longer angry with each other. (more…)

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Clown Armor of God – a clown skit for 2 speaking clowns, illustrating the Armor of God – An original skit by Raynbow D Clown, based (loosely) on Ephesians 6

The Armor All of God

The Armor All of God – a talking clown skit dealing with the armor of God




(originally posted to the Clown Ministry group at http://groups.yahoo.com)

(Clown enters with a suitcase. Sets the case down and opens it.)

C: Hello everyone! I was asked if I would come in and tell everyone about the Armor …. All of God. I’m was a little confused at first until I was at Wally World in the motor car section and there it was, the Armor …. All of God! I jumped and shouted until everyone started looking at me funny. I just kept telling everyone, “I found it! I found it! The Armor …. All of God!”

Would everyone like to see it? First I’m going to need a volunteer. (more…)

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Pinocchio on the mount

PINOCCHIO ON THE MOUNT, a talking skit for 4 clowns, courtesy of Grannie & Lorenzo

Dramatis Personae: Lorenzo (L), Jake (J), Grannie (G), Ariel (A)

Props: A number of progressively larger clown noses, Two very loud whistles, One pair of detachable angel wings, One angel crown for a girl angel to wear, Something similar for a boy angel to wear, A hand mirror, Lorenzo’s camp table & tablecloth, Large cardboard box (more…)

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There is an obstacle in the road ahead – clown skit for 1 speaking clown, courtesy of Mizzizippy at aol dot com

Obstacle in the Road

There is an obstacle in the road ahead – clown skit for 1 speaking clown, courtesy of Mizzizippy at aol dot com

Zippy comes in carrying a sign that says
“Obstacle in the Road ahead”

“How am I going to get around this obstacle in the road.?
They said it blocking the whole road
And it is the only way to go to get where I am going. (more…)

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Whiter than Snow, free clown skit, courtesy of Steve Conley dealing with sin, hyssop and cleansing

Whiter than Snow

Whiter than Snow, a clown skit for 2, courtesy of Steve Conley, dealing with sin, hyssop, and cleansing

(originally posted to the Clown Ministry group at http://groups.yahoo.com)

(Some lines of this skit may not be appropriate for children. Just leave those lines out)

(Clown enters stage with a bucket, soap and brush. Sets the bucket down takes soap and begins rubbing. Takes the brush and starts scrubbing. Another clown off to the side notices what is going on…)

Clown 1: Excuse me but might I ask you what you are doing?

Clown 2: Cleansing and washing, cleansing and washing.

Clown 1: May I ask why? (more…)

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Clown Armor of God – a clown skit for 2 speaking clowns, illustrating the Armor of God – An original skit by Raynbow D Clown, based (loosely) on Ephesians 6

Shield of Faith

Shield of Faith by Steve Conley





(originally posted to the Clown Ministry group at http://groups.yahoo.com)

Scripture Reference: Ephesians 6:16 NIV Zondervan

Cast: Clown 1, Clown 2

Props: A picture of Faith (female clown) on a shield. Cut a hole in the shield a place the end of a squirt gun or spray bottle in the hole.

(Clown 1 enters the stage crouching behind the shield. Peeking from behind the shield he says…) (more…)

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Standing Strong – a free clown skit for 2 clowns by Steve Conley, dealing with standing in God’s strength

Standing Strong

Standing Strong – a free clown skit for 2 clowns by Steve Conley, dealing with standing in God’s strength




This skit comes from Steve Conley , courtesy of the Clown Ministry group at http://groups.yahoo.com/ – a group I heartily recommend, by the way.

Kim: Steve, what are you doing?

Steve: Working out.

Kim: Why?

Steve: Because God will honor us for standing strong. So I’m working out to be able to get strong.

(Steve lifting up arms to do shoulder presses)

Kim: (waving her hand in front of her face or holding her nose) Oh, you’re getting strong all right!

Steve: I know, I’m feeling stronger with every rep I do.

Kim: Well how strong do you have to be to stand strong?

Steve: I’m not sure. I guess I could see if I’m strong enough right now.

(Steve gets some kids from the audience and play tug-a-war — after some comedy back & forth, Steve loses)

Steve: It appears that I need to work out some more. I’m just not there yet.

Kim: You might try using this.

(Kim hands Steve a Bible)

Steve: Thanks but I think I will stick with the weights.

Kim: You need to exercise the mind!

Steve: How will that help me in getting strong?

Kim: I think God is saying that He will honor us for standing strong on values, God’s values.

Steve: That’s just like a girl. Always thinking about a value.

Kim: I’m talking about Godly values. The fruits of the spirit come to mind. Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. We can find value in each one of these.

Steve: I’m talking about strength!

Kim: So am I. We can find strength in love. We can find strength in joy, peace, kindness self-control. In all of these…

Steve; OK, I get it! The Bible says that God is my strength.

Kim: Right. (looks at audience) Honor God and He will honor you.

Copyright © 2003 by Steve Conley. Performing rights only.

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Skits and Bits for clown and drama ministry by Steve Conley

Respect

Respect By Steve Conley , a free funny Christian clown skit for 2 speaking clowns

(originally posted to the Clown Ministry group at http://groups.yahoo.com)

(Clown 1 enters and begins to read a story from the Bible. After reading a few lines or so Clown 2 is heard off stage making noise and talking really loud. Clown 1 looks and the audience, smiles and says, excuse me for a moment. Clown 1 walks off stage and can be heard speaking to Clown 2 telling him to be quiet. Clown 1 enters again and starts reading the Bible story again. Clown 2 walks on stage. Cell phone rings…) (more…)

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