Fun and Creative Icebreakers for Church Zoom Meetings

Icebreakers for church Zoom meetings

Online meetings have a tendency to get stale. That’s why we created these fun and creative Zoom icebreakers to help break the ice and get you all talking.

Try this icebreaker the next time you’re meeting online with your church Zoom team! It’s sure to be a hit! The group will enjoy sharing their thoughts and learning more about each other.

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1. Draw a Name

Whether you’re in a group that is brand new or just wants to build community, icebreakers can help ease awkwardness and boost participation.

Draw a Name is a fun way to break the ice in any group. Pass out plain paper and a pencil to everyone and have them draw a picture of the person whose name they drew.

2. Guess Who’s Picture is on the Paper

This is a good ol’ fashioned board game with a twist. This icebreaker will have your group buzzing for some time to come. It’s also a great way to get to know your members without breaking the bank on snacks and beverages. Best of all, no one has to leave the building! You’ll be rewarded for your efforts with a sense of accomplishment, a greater understanding of each other and a jolt to the batteries!

3. M&M’s Game

With its vivid colors, M&Ms are a favorite candy for both children and adults. It also lends itself to a number of fun games!

The M&M’s Game is an easy icebreaker that helps students get to know each other. It’s simple to play and a lot of fun!

4. Human Knot

The Human Knot is a team-building activity that requires participants to stand in a tight circle and try to untangle themselves without letting go of their hands. It’s a great way to help teams build trust and communicate effectively.

The game is a get-to-know-you activity and can be played with groups of five to twelve people. Experts recommend eight to ten people for best results.

5. Truth or Dare

The game of Truth or Dare is a classic, and it’s fun to play with friends. This icebreaker is a great way to get the conversation going and show people a little bit of their personality.

This icebreaker is best used with groups of 10 or more people and can be played at any time during the Zoom meeting. This icebreaker will help get everyone comfortable and energized.

6. Who’s Your Favorite Person?

A favorite person relationship may be the pinnacle of a person’s social life, but it can also lead to a rocky road. One of the best coping strategies for this dynamic is to establish healthy boundaries.

The best way to do this is to find a therapist to help you navigate these challenging relationships. You’ll also want to take the time to learn about your unique psyche so that you can build a better life.

7. Who Do You Admire?

Regardless of whether they are living or dead, it is important to admire those who have set the standard for how you want to live. This could be a person in your family, a professor or someone from your community. Write down the qualities they exhibited that you admire most. Discuss how you can further develop those qualities in your own life.

8. Who’s Your Friend?

The best way to find out who’s your friend is to spend a little time with them. A true friend will be loyal, dependable and show you that they care about your well-being. This also means that they’ll go out of their way to celebrate your achievements and milestones. The best ones will even remember your name if you have to call them up.

9. What’s Your Favorite Movie?

A lot of people have heard the adage that you should have a favorite movie. Whether you’re in a relationship or just dating, this is a fun and chitchat-friendly topic to talk about. This quiz will show you which movies are the most important to you and a little bit about your personality. It also has a few other cool features you’re sure to enjoy!

10. What’s Your Favorite Book?

Starting off a church Zoom meeting with icebreakers can be a great way to get people talking. Asking questions can also help them to get to know each other better and grow closer as a small group.

One of my favorite icebreakers is to ask what’s your favorite book. This can be fun and also very thought-provoking! Thank you! Stace Frenes.