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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
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...
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Whiter than Snow

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

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 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...
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Standing Strong

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

Skits and Bits for clown and drama ministry by Steve Conley
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...
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Baptism and the Diploma

Baptism and the Diploma - Clown ministry skit for 2 clowns, dealing with the true meaning of baptism
Baptism and the Diploma – a clown skit for 2 talking clowns, typically a white face and an auguste, although any 2 clowns would do, dealing with baptism (A 2-clown skit for introducing the topic of baptism. The only prop required is a certificate – a piece of...
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When the Rolls are Buttered

When the Rolls are Buttered, a clown skit for 1 singing clown, courtesy of Steve Conley
When the Rolls are Buttered, a clown skit for 1 singing clown, courtesy of Steve Conley 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. It’s a singing skit, appropriate to 1 or 2...
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The Helper

The Helper, a skit for 2 speaking clowns by Steve Conley
The Helper, a skit for 2 speaking clowns by Steve Conley (2 clowns or actors face the audience in seriousness) Reader 1:  The Father. Reader 2:  The Son. Reader 1:  The Holy Spirit. Reader 2:  Not half but whole! (R1 turns and gives a slight dirty look to...
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Blessings

Thank you God for blessing me much more than I deserve
The skit starts with one clown coming on stage, complaining to the audience that everyone else is blessed by God, but not him.As he whines, different people come by and bless him with different things that he’s complaining about—for example, he’s cold, and someone brings him a blanket,...
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Meet the Chez Family

Meet the Chez family - a clown ministry about kindness for two speaking clowns
Meet the Chez family – a clown ministry about kindness (props required: a black envelope, easily made out of construction paper, and a large letter ‘E’ cut out of construction paper and placed inside the envelope) (Clown 1 enters, walks to the middle of the stage, possibly sits...
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