You Can Hear A Pin Drop…
In A Quiet Room…
When you have a group of people who don't meet too often, or don't know each other really well, it's often a really short, and quiet meeting. BUT! For any meeting to be effective, the various people in attendance have to share ideas, communicate and co-operate and contribute.
Ice Breakers for your Church Meetings could be the answer to your problem!
What's an Ice breaker? It's a question that you ask a group. Each person around the room gets to answer it with their own style and approach. Sometimes it can produce funny answers or insightful ones but either way it gets the group interacting and in the right spirit to start working as a group.
How often do we sit beside someone in Church for years and not know who they really are? Are they funny? Witty? Soft spoken or out there? These questions will help you connect with the rest of the group and maybe even have a laugh or two and break the ice.
If you could perform miracles, what would you do?
Questions like these really help everyone have fun and get to know each other at the same time. They're also great for small groups, and women's groups and any time that a group of people who are uncomfortable and don't know each other really well can strike up an instant friendship.
- What’s your favorite thing to do in the summer?
- If I could be anybody besides myself, I would be…and why?
- What would you consider your greatest goal achieved?
- What was the worst car you have ever owned?
- Name something you hope will happen within the next 3 months.
We've got 300 of these sure to never leave you bored, and never have you run out of ideas and never have you tongue twisted!