Icebreaker Questions Church

Introducing yourself to your church or small group can be nerve wracking. Having some fun icebreaker questions can help break the ice and facilitate conversation. Here are twenty creative icebreaker questions that you can use to help your church group get to know each other.

1. If you ran the world for one day, what would you do?
2. What three words best describe yourself?
3. Who was your favorite Bible character and why?
4. If you could invite anyone to a dinner party, who would it be?
5. What would you choose as your superpower and why?
6. What was the best piece of advice you have ever received?
7. What is one thing that you are currently learning or trying to do?
8. What do you cherish most about being part of a church?
9. What test or trials are you facing that you need faith for?
10. What book or piece of literature has really impacted your life?
11. What is your favorite verse, and why is it meaningful to you?
12. What is the most important goal you have ever set for yourself?
13. If you could do anything with the church, what would it be?
14. When did you start your faith journey?
15. What memorable experience have you had at church?
16. If you could pick just one thing, what would you say is the most important method of effective outreach?
17. What has been the most meaningful thing God has taught you in the last year?
18. How has God been faithful in your life?
19. What is an important lesson you have learned in life?
20. If you could have a conversation with anyone from the Bible, who would it be?