“Pastor Neale Bacon is Canada's Favourite Gospel Ventriloquist.
Pastor Neale offers a unique way to reach people for Jesus
using ventriloquism, magic, humour
and solid biblical teachings.
He allows people both inside and
outside the church
to laugh and learn about the Lord
while having fun and fellowship."
Pastor Neale and his friends,
including Mrs. Grace Goodheart,
Captain Christian and of course
his Crazy Critters, have ministered in church services,
Sunday Schools, church camps, treatment centres,
outreach events, homeless shelters and more.
His home church is Salvation Army New Westminster
where he serves as Corps Sergeant Major,
but he has ministered across Canada
to many different denominations.
He is also a graduate
of the Christian Leaders Institute and is
ordained through Christian Leaders Alliance.
What have other churches said?
"He was a super addition to our anniversary weekend and if anyone is planning a similar event or is simply looking for some good family entertainment, I give Neale two thumbs way up! Neale's shows were always well attended and from the laughs, both kids and parents enjoyed his show very much." Captain Gordon Taylor, Campbell River Salvation Army
YOU HAVE A GOD GIVEN TALENT TO ENTERTAIN AND AMUSE!
Child Evangelism Fellowship (BC Chapter)
FRANKLY IT’S EASY TO FIND SOMEONE WITH A GOOD ROUTINE BUT.... It’s difficult to find someone
who has an attitude of servant ministry
and a love for children.
I would heartily recommend Neale Bacon.
Collingwood Baptist Church, Vancouver BC
If you'd like to see a little sample, click the video screen! See Neale and Horton tell the story of David and Goliath!
Neale understands church budgets and is always willing to work with you. Neale believes that money should never stop the sharing of the gospel, but he also believes in and trusts God's people to work with him.
As it says in 1 Timothy 5:18 For Scripture says, "Do not muzzle an ox while it is treading out the grain," and "The worker deserves his wages."
Please call Neale at 604-364-7294 or email by clicking the mailbox rather than the enquiry form.