Introduce Your Group Members with Icebreaker Ideas

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Back-to-school season and the return of fall usher in the formation of new groups — and awkward small talk. Banish those uncomfortable silences and build community with these icebreaker suggestions that will help you get to know each other. 

In Your Church

Whether you’re planning Bible study snacks or praise team practice, remember that people are the most important thing you can invest your time in! Maximize quality time with these ideas:

Coordinate Church Events

On Your College Campus

College campuses are a bustling hub of new people getting to know each other. Here are some suggestions for how to break the ice:

Plan College Activities

At Your Office

Optimize your company’s impact by cultivating a dynamic team culture and building better co-worker relationships with these ideas:

Organize Business Events

With Any Group

From your hiking club to Girl Scout troop, any group starting up again this fall can benefit from icebreakers like these:

 With this list of resources at your fingertips, you’re well on your way to a rewarding fall season of new friendships. Happy relationship-building!