Clown Ministry Skits

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

Baptism and the Diploma - Clown ministry skit for 2 clowns, dealing with the true meaning of baptism

Baptism and the Diploma

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 paper rolled up & tied with a ribbon is more than sufficient. Begins with Clown 1 already on stage, as Clown 2 enters, very excited)

Clown 1: Wow, what’s up?

Clown 2: I got it! I got it! I’m so excited!

Clown 1: (mildly puzzled) Got what?

Clown 2: (showing diploma to the audience) A diploma! This shows that I graduated from Seminary, and now I can be the pastor of the WHOLE church! (more…)

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When the Rolls are Buttered, a clown skit for 1 singing clown, courtesy of Steve Conley

When the Rolls are Buttered

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 clowns. (more…)

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The Helper, a skit for 2 speaking clowns by Steve Conley

The Helper

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 R2)

Reader 1:  Holy as in hallowed.

Reader 2:  Not full but hollow.

(R1 turns, puts hands on hips and gives a good dirty stare at R2. R2 raises hands as if to say, what?)

Reader 1:  Holy as in divine.

Reader 2:  Not the flower but D whole vine.

(R1 turns to R2 and shouts…)

Reader 1:  HOLY!

(R2 scratches head as if thinking…)

Reader 2:  Moly?

(R1 trying to stay calm for the audience)

Reader 1:  Stop.

(R2 quickly says…)

Reader 2:  Go.

(R1 very upset screams…)

Reader 1:  STOP!

(R2 cups hands around mouth and shouts…)

Reader 2:  GO!

(R2 turns to R1 and smiles. Immediately seeing that R1 is upset and then turn away like a cowardly dog. R1 tries to get back to a state of calm.)

Reader 1:  Father.

Reader 2:  Son.

Reader 1:  Holy Spirit.

Reader 2:  Not…

(R1 buts in and screams…)

Reader 1:  NO!

(R2 in a questioning state…)

Reader 2:  No?

Reader 1:  No.

Reader 2:  NO half but whole.

(R1 visibly upset turns to R2 and sternly says…)

Reader 1:  Holy as in Godly!

Reader 2:  Angry? (emphasize the long E sound)

Reader 1:  Very! (emphasize the long E sound)

Reader 2:  Sorry. (emphasize the long E sound)

Reader 1:  Should be. (emphasize the long E sound)

Reader 2:  I see. (emphasize the long E sound)

(R1 gives R2 another dirty look)

Reader 1:  Father.

Reader 2:  God.

Reader 1:  Son.

Reader 2:  Jesus.

Reader 1:  Holy Spirit.

Reader 2:  Helper.

(R2 bows and then turns to walk off stage. R1 looks at the audience and says…)

Reader 1:  Not anymore!

Copyright 2002 by Steve Conley. Performing rights only.

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Thank you God for blessing me much more than I deserve

Blessings

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, he’s hungry and someone brings him a sandwich, his leg hurts and he’s given a chair/stool, etc.—and at the end, he turns to the audience and still complains, “Why doesn’t God ever bless me?”

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Meet the Chez family - a clown ministry about kindness for two speaking clowns

Meet the Chez Family

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 in a chair, and pulls out the black envelope, concentrating on it. Clown 2 enters, looking high & low, frantically, for Clown 1)

Clown 2: (to Clown 1) There you are! I’ve been looking all over for you! We’ve got to get ready to do our skit about being nice to others!

Clown 1: (just beginning to notice Clown 2, looks up at him) Hmm? Oh.. Oh! I’m sorry! I forgot all about it… I just received this from the mailman, and I’m kind of worried… (more…)

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Duct Tape Sanctification is a gospel ministry skit for 2 speaking clowns, typically a white face and an auguste, dealing with the spirit of complaining — and how it’s expressed

Duct Tape Sanctification

Duct Tape Sanctification is a gospel ministry skit for 2 speaking clowns, typically a white face and an auguste, dealing with the spirit of complaining — and how it’s expressed

Props required: already on stage, a table and a few chairs, possibly with some plastic plates on the table, fruit, etc. The only other prop is the “duct tape” that one clown uses to cover his mouth.  Since you don’t actually want to put duct tape over your mouth, simply make one beforehand, with two strips of duct tape put together with the sticky sides touching. The “silent” clown can simply bite onto it, or if you feel ambitious, put a mouth hold on it.

The skit begins with 1 clown already on stage: (more…)

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2 PARTIES & A PIG STY – a skit for 4 or more speaking clowns, with lots of audience participation – original skit by Larry & Grannie for use with their AWANAs group

2 Parties and a Pig Sty

2 PARTIES & A PIG STY – a skit for 4 or more speaking clowns, with lots of audience participation – original skit by Larry & Grannie for use with their AWANAs group

Characters: Lorenzo (L), Grannie (G), Jake (J), Ariel (A), AWANAs (AW)

Props: raggedy coat & hat snare drum, Funny money toy musical instruments, Wizzer whistles, tamale husks, Pigs & Pigs & Pigs, toy musical instruments, 3 piñatas party “crackers”, candy camp table, Party crackers string, musical instruments

[Grannie enters and addresses the kids]

G: Hi kids. It’s me! Grannie! And this is Ariel! And this is Jake! And last, of course . . . Lorenzo(!)! (more…)

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Sample clown skit for use with the Magic Coloring Book magic prop - feel free to modify, add, delete and change to make it fit your character

Magic Coloring Book

Magic Coloring Book – a simple clown routine

This is a short clown routine using the Magic Coloring Book, also known in magical circles as the Svengali book. In a nutshell, when turning the pages of the book, the book appears to be blank. Turning the pages in a different way, it appears that the pages are now filled with coloring book images. Turning them a third way, the colors are now filled in. Here’s one way you could use this in a clown routine. (more…)

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The Tie is Always Greener - an original clown skit by Goofy Grape, for 2 speaking clowns, about looking for something - only to realize we already have it!

The Tie is Always Greener

The Tie is Always Greener – an original clown skit by Goofy Grape, for 2 speaking clowns

(starts with Goofy Grape having a small table set up on stage, with some ties displayed for sale — straightening up ties, etc. — keeping her hands busy)

(Raynbow walks on-stage, spots the Tie Store, and does a take for the audience)

Raynbow: Wow! A new tie store! And I really need a new tie! (looks at tie he’s wearing) This old thing! I’ve had it for years … It’s time for a change! (walks into the “store”) (more…)

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Wrong Way Banana - clown ministry skit for 2 speaking clowns - on the difference between 'that's the way we've always done it' and what's Biblical

Wrong Way Banana

Wrong Way Banana – clown ministry skit for 2 speaking clowns

(A clown skit for two clowns, typically a white face and an auguste, although any 2 clowns would do.  Props required are two bananas, one ‘pre-sliced’ – can be done with a needle, slicing a banana still in its’ skin, so that when peeled the banana is already sliced.)

Clown1 and Clown2 come on stage; Clown1 addresses the audience, informing them that they are there to differentiate between minor disagreements and major doctrinal divisions. (more…)

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