Holy Ghost – a clown ministry skit for a troupe of speaking clowns, talking about the Holy Ghost, and how Christians should see him in action
Application: You can see Jesus in the action of those who love him.
Scripture: John 14:21: They who have my commandments and keep them are those who love me, and those who love me will be loved by my Father, and I will love them and reveal myself to them.
Doc enters, sits down, pulls out his lunch of a fish skeleton. (more…)
Clown Easter – an Easter Sunday skit for 4 clowns
This script is courtesy of Clowns for Christ
This was originally written for Easter 1998. The script, written for 4 clowns, is intentionally unfinished, because our Associate Pastor supplied the ending to surprise us, taking the role listed below as Non-Clown. Each clown can be played by a pair of clowns sharing the role.
Clown 1 enters whistling. She goes up to a wooden cross and begins trying to balance several eggs on the cross bar. They are real eggs so they will fall off and break, on a tarp placed under the cross. After she places each egg, she hops in place two or three times. Other clowns enter and watch for a moment. Finally, Clown 2 comes up. (more…)
Thou Shalt Not Covenant – a clown skit for two speaking clowns, typically a white face and an auguste, although any 2 clowns would do, an original skit by Raynbow D Clown, suggested by a discussion in the Clown Ministry group at groups.yahoo.com
(props required: a Bible, either actual or large foam prop)
(Clown 1 enters carrying Bible — Clown 2 follows directly after him, shadowing him – when Clown 1 stops, Clown 2 stops. When Clown 1 turns, so does Clown 2, staying out of site of Clown 1. This goes on for a minute, milking this gag for all it”s worth. Finally, Clown 1 catches Clown 2 in the act.)
Clown 1: So there you are! What are you doing? (more…)
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 clown, who is given three tries to get the answer right.)
The skit begins with the “normal” person (probably a children’s pastor) asking for volunteers from the audience to answer a simple question. The three clowns leap up and clownishly race to the front, eager to answer. (more…)
He Loves Me. He Loves Me Not – a clown ministry skit for 2 or 3 speaking clowns
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 audience and tossing a flower each time instead of a petal. (more…)
Annie and Rowdy Rusty– a clownish retelling of David and Goliath
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,” big balloon hat, “Dad” hat & fake mustache, giant cards, balloon campfire, water pistol.
Narrator: Once, in the wild wild west, there was a young woman named Annie… (more…)
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 or more clowns, one to act as announcer, one to act as the high-wire walker, the rest to act as the crowd
The skit begins with the clowns walking on stage – while the announcer steps forward and begins talking, two of the clowns in the background, each taking an end of the rope, and walking apart, making the “high wire” (more…)
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)
Clown 1: (enters carrying a bushel basket of apples, or bag, etc.) Whatever will I do with all of these apples?
Clown 2: (enters, greets Clown 1 in whatever clownish way suits you best ) Hello, Clown 1! What do you have there?
Clown 1: (with an exasperated sigh) Too many apples! (Hobo clown enters, his ears perk up at the mention of apples — his favorite fruit! He pantomimes this to the audience, along with his hunger, etc.) (more…)
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 map asks kids) do you know what this is?
Clown 2:: what does it help you do? (hopefully kids says find your way or clown will say it “Find your way even when you are lost”) (more…)