Clowns Serving Christ Ministry

Introducing Clowns Serving Christ Ministry

 A new look, a new name with joyful service still the focus.  Clowns Serving Christ Ministry (CSCM) is proud to introduce its updated name and logo.  Following a traditional business model the troupe has registered its trade name with the Secretary of State of Ohio.  By doing this the troupe hopes to clearly identify the group and its mission.

The bright clown cross logo with five clowns was designed for the troupe by a talented friend who has illustrated Children’s Books.  Hyla Skudder of Westerville developed the clown cross after looking at the troupe’s scrapbook of activities.  “I wanted to focus on the gift of laughter with the design,” Hyla noted. For ten years she was a designer at the Boston Children’s Museum in Massachusetts, designing exhibitions and curriculum materials on a wide range of subjects.  Her publication credits include six books on wildflower gardening and a children’s nature book titled “Whose Tracks Are These? A Clue Book of Familiar Forest Animals.” 

As the troupe’s logo, the clown cross is copyrighted material and the troupe asks interested parties to request permission before publication in either print or electronic media.

Clowns Serving Christ Ministry was formed in 1999 when two high school friends reconnected to share a common interest in magic and fun. In 2006 the troupe’s name was changed to reflect its focus as Christian Clowns wanting to share the joy of the gospel.

If you are located in Central Ohio and have an interest in CSCM performing at your event, contact us at clowns@clownsservingchrist.org.

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Last Updated Sunday, July 30, 2006 01:08 PM