Youth group games on dating
Try to divide cliques so everyone has a chance to meet new people.
The object is for the group to meet and learn as much about the other members by asking them questions.Each member of the group will have a preprinted piece of paper that has the letters A-Z on the left hand side of the page and a line to write on next to each letter.For each letter, the person has to find out something about someone else in the room.The stories could include a favorite childhood memory, a funny thing that happened to them recently, something silly that they have said.Do three or four rounds of this before beginning a meeting. Ask each to say what they love most about their faith.The object is to ask each other questions to get to know each other better.
When the bell rings, each person from the standing group moves to the next person who is sitting down. This ends when everyone has had a chance to meet all of the people individually in the group.
You can try the following icebreaker games to help the youth group to get to know each other better.
You'll need one balloon and a small piece of paper for each person in the group.
Tell them that they cannot use the word "I" at all.
If someone uses the word "I" when speaking to another person, the person who catches it gets one of the other person's rings or necklaces.
Half of the group will need to be sitting down before the speed fellowship begins.