BY: The Center for Youth Ministry Training


Now, more than ever, we all need space for laughter, interaction, and engagement with youth, and what better way to create this space then through a youth ministry staple: games! However, facilitating games with youth when we cannot be physically together presents its challenges. We serve a creative God, can we get creative with our game creation during these unprecedented times? Check out these tested and proven youth ministry games created by other youth workers in the same boat as you! Have you created and played a fun, engaging, and successful game with your youth? If so, let us know about it in the comments below!

We also wanted to make sure you know about the free Mobile Games for Youth Ministry download from our friends at the Youth Cartel.


Games included:

2 Minute Scavenger Hunt
Candy Bar Chopped
In-House Scavenger Hunt
Quarantine Would You Rather
Reverse Charades
Zoom Pictionary


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Thank you to the contributors to this project:

Diane Maloney
Paige Bach
Kari Morgan
Tony Villafane
Gabrielle Wilkinson


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