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Are your burdens too heavy?

Are Your Burdens Too Heavy?
Are Your Burdens Too Heavy? Written by John Gravley MAIN IDEA: show that Jesus can help us carry whatever weighs us down. HELPERS: two clowns. SETTING: can be anywhere. This skit can be used for all ages. The burdens should be specific to whatever audience you are sharing...
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Clown Ministry Skits for All Seasons

Clown Ministry Skits for All Seasons, by Floyd Shaffer
Clown Ministry Skits for All Seasons, by Floyd Shaffer  Mr. Shaffer takes the reader through the liturgical calendar year and gives some good ideas for holiday related clowning. I, personally, find the skits presented limited since they are all silent, as Mr. Shaffer does all of his clown ministry....
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A Short Trip

A Short Trip – a silent clown skit or pantomime
A Short Trip – a silent clown skit or pantomime A silent skit for 1 clown. It can be performed with prop (a flower, artificial or paper) or entirely in pantomime.
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More than Hear

More than Hear – a clown skit for 3 or more clowns, written by John Gravley
More than Hear – a clown skit for 3 or more clowns, written by  John Gravley MAIN IDEA: to show that Jesus does not just tell us about God’s love but joins our lives to live God’s love through us. We don’t just listen to Jesus we have...
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7 Gold Coins – a parable of greed

7 gold coins - a parable of greed - clown skit
This clown skit, by Raynbow the Clown (Tom Raymond), was inspired by the Popcorn Story of Emmett Kelly Sr. and a gospel illustration heard long ago. Requires 2 clowns, or 1 clown & helper (preferably a child or young person). It can be presented either silently or verbally....
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Dropping the Ball

Dropping the ball - silent clown skit
This is a silent skit, for 2 or more clowns, based on an incident that happened to me at work. Props required are a cardboard box (with the bottom not taped shut, merely held together by the clown as he carries the box), containing a goodly number of...
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Turning the Other Cheek

Turning the Other Cheek
From an idea in  Ministry of Clowning compiled by Everett Robertson. Play is silent except for the reader and for the audience’s last reaction and the narrator’s reading. Could use background noises when stick hits and when tramp sits on glasses. Using background music could be effective.
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