The Yes No game is a fun activity for your youth group or youth ministry meeting. It can be tied in with teaching by reminding us that we need to say “Yes” to God. It also works well with a meeting focused on our Blessed Mother, whose “Fiat” (“let it be done”) in answer to the Angel Gabriel at the Annunciation was an affirmation in her complete trust in the Lord.
Ungame is a question and answer icebreaker which is perfect for teenagers. It can be played in person or virtually. It is just a conversation starter to help a group get comfortable.
Mingle is a super easy icebreaker game which can be played at any time because it requires no set up. It goes pretty quickly, so you can play multiple rounds.
In this game, the group has a problem. The psychiatrist has to figure out what it is. This icebreaker requires no prep or materials. It works well for six or more people.
Family Circle is a game which works well as an icebreaker or for a lesson about relationships. It also makes sense for a meeting about human dignity. We are all members of God’s family.
This game (sometimes called “spider web”) uses a ball of string to create a tangled mess. It is often used as an icebreaker. It can also be used as an example of how sin can create a tangled mess in our lives.
Ninja is a game for about 8 to 12 youth. It can be used as a warm up game or a time filler. And it can be played in any meeting space. Teenagers love this game.
This is a game for youth group or youth ministry where players try to get each other to say no. It could be used at a meeting about saying “yes” instead of “no”. It also works in well with the Annunciation and Mary’s fiat when she said “yes” instead of “no”.
Medusa is a game for a group of about 8 or more teenagers. It is based on the Greek legend of Medusa. Looking at her caused people to turn to stone.
Pictionary is warm up game to play with your youth group. You can use words with are related to the theme of the meeting. Teens love this game!