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Archive for the Clown Ministry Skits Category


Shark Repellant

Shark Repellent – free skit for 2 talking clowns [Editor’s note: ever notice how we tend to get caught in certain habits, that we keep doing over and over, even when the reason for doing it’s long gone ... or never existed in the first place?] Props needed: A water spray bottle, optionally with a […]

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What do you have in the bag?

What do you have in the bag? a free clown skit for 2 speaking clowns – original by Raynbow the Clown Props: Large bag – optionally, other “things” to go in the bag, i.e. rubber chicken, KFC bucket, etc. Raynbow the Clown saw his friend Goofy Grape walking towards him, carrying a bag over her […]

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S-T-R-E-S-S

The S-T-R-E-S-S Song – a free clown ministry skit for 2 talking clowns In a nutshell, one clown is trying to sing “the next great country music song” for the audience, only for the second clown to keep interrupting his performance, making him more stressed out with each successive attempt.  Remember the Rule of Three—after […]

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Tithe

What’s a ‘tithee’? free clown skit (A skit for 2 or more speaking clowns – two clowns enter, with one or both of them holding a clipboard and pencil – preferably clown-sized) Clown 1: I’m so excited! Clown 2: Me too!  I’ve always wanted to do clown ministry at (name of local church) Clown 1: […]

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Counting the Cards

Counting the Cards is a skit for two (or more) speaking clowns, that can either be used solely for fun, or to teach about patience and/or perseverance. The skit begins with one clown seated at the middle of the stage, with a card table in front of him, and with a big deck of cards […]

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Blessings

The skit starts with one clown coming on stage, complaining to the audience that everyone else is blessed by God, but not him.

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St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day clown skit – original by Raynbow the Clown Clown 1: (walks onto stage) Hello, everyone, we’re here (looks around – possible looks under a rock, or other ‘clownish’ ways of looking for his partner) well, my partner is supposed to be here, and the two of us are supposed to teach a […]

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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 […]

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Meet the Chez Family

(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 […]

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Rock, Scissors, Paper – nothing beats prayer

Two clowns on stage (either as part of something previous, or entering on stage and meeting each other) Clown 1: Say, isn’t it your turn to clean up the elephant cages? (or anything else for the 2 clowns to disagree over) Clown 2: Oh no, it’s your turn! Clown 1: Well, there’s only 1 way […]

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