This is a demonstration of a simple paper tear, that requires only a normal 8.5” x 11” sheet of paper. I’ve done it many times, both in clown makeup and in my “civilian disguise” for pre-teen audiences. I recently did it impromptu after a church dinner for our local youth group and was pleasantly surprised by their reaction. It’s a nice attention-getter, allowing you to use it as a springboard to present the gospel since the paper tear ends with a large paper cross and paper snippets that together form the word ‘HELL’ .
A Clown Valentine – a clown skit for a clown troupe, courtesy of Clowns for Christ
Parts: Narrator, Cupid, Married Couple, Mother, Dad, Baby, Grandmother, Grandchild, Three Kids, Teacher, Student, Lady
Narrator: Once upon a time, there was a Mythical Character. That means he was a pretend guy, named Cupid.
(Cupid comes out dancing with a Nerf bow and arrow) (more…)
Guess what creature I am? A free clown skit for 2 talking clowns (could be rewritten for 2 silent clowns and a narrator) by Raynbow the Clown
2 clown come on stage.
Clown 1: (looking at Clown 2) Hey! I’ve got a new guessing game!
Clown 2 (gesturing at the audience): But what about them?
Clown 1: (turns and sees the audience) That’s okay, they can play too! (more…)
BREAKING THE LAW: THE WAY TO SALVATION — courtesy of Shelley Hitz, hitzshel75 at cs.com, a clown skit for 3 speaking clowns
A big poster with the ten commandments written on them (could look like stone tablets) saying at the top “God’s standards for Life”
A few balloons with a sign that says, “Balloons for sale $1 each”
A big Bible
Clown 1 Walks in with a big Bible under his arm. He sees the Ten Commandments and mentally goes through each one (looks at it or points at it, then thinks about it and nods his head affirmatively that yes he’s kept that one). Clown 1 is showing a very self-righteous attitude. (more…)
U and I, a skit for two speaking clowns
A skit for two speaking clowns, by professional clown Steve Conley
Clown 1: Tell me, sir, how does one get to heaven?
Clown 2: One? One is a number. It would be impossible for one to get to heaven. Only you can.
Clown 1: U is a letter. (more…)
Out of this world – a skit for two speaking clowns, about how to reach Jesus – and how not to!
Editor’s note: I was contacted by someone who was looking for a clown skit for a Sunday School drive with an outer space theme – I hope you enjoy it!
Clown 1 is on stage, building a ‘rocket ship’ out of cardboard boxes. Clown 2 walks by and notices.
Clown 2: What are you making?
Clown 1: I’m making a spaceship! (more…)
Are You Hungry, a skit for 2 speaking clowns, typically a white face and auguste, (or 1 clown and youth pastor). Original by Renee Moseman
(props required, a wagon with a picnic basket in it, apple, orange, banana, box of nuts, string of hot dogs, potato, container of pudding all in the basket, a bell to ring)
Pastor Josh (PJ) says something about being hungry for God when he is interrupted by Brite Eyes (BE)
BE enters from the back, pulling a wagon with a picnic basket in it and ringing a bell, saying, “dinner time”. (more…)
Where Is Grace? A clown skit for two clowns, illustrating the meaning of grace. Original by dale.beatty at dfas.mil
Clowns needed: two will do nicely, but more can be used if desired. In this case, I will name the 2 clowns as Zelmo and Daisy.
Props: Good News Bible marked Ephesians chap 2 verse 8. and loud voices
This skit can be used as a children’s sermon
Starts with the 2 clowns up front.
Zelmo: Hello Daisy, can you help me?
Daisy: Sure Zelmo, what do you need? (more…)
The Visitor, a free clown Christmas skit for 4 or more clowns, courtesy of Clowns for Christ, inspired by Leo Tolstoy’s famous story of the same name
Parts: Dusting Clown, Sweeping Clown, Mailman, Hurt Child, Hurt Child’s Friend, Cashier, Teen Clown, Hobo Man, Hobo Woman, Off-Stage Voice
Other children that can run through with the Hurt Child and her friend, and then run off, leaving only the two. Hobo Man and Woman can be played by one person.
Christmas Skit opens with Dusting Clown and Sweeping Clown. They are separated by a partition of some sort, can be a screen or even just a row of chairs, to simulate two houses. (more…)