When we finished we stuck a prayer on the jar which we can say before we take out a piece of paper.
Welcome to our Resources archive!
This section is for those of you who want to be involved in organising groups of young people. You may be a youth worker or leader, or perhaps just a regular young person who wants to start something in their school or parish. Whatever your situation, this section is full of ideas for activities, games, praying etc. Use our filter tool below if you’re looking for something in particular.
Groups must work together as teams to cross a marked out area and collect items upon the way, while at the same time ensuring they don’t touch the floor.
A drama put to music, showing the fall of humankind and how far God will go to get us back.
A helpful way to begin a conversation about faith and belief in God with secondary school young people.
Testing reactions and helping to focus a group, in this game they have to both catch another finger and remain uncaught to win.
A twist on the normal game of dodge ball, this is a handy game for large groups to keep everyone involved.
The group must recycle bits of rubbish to create a piece of art.
A skit on God’s love for us and the reconciliation he wants to grant us. Great for older teen audiences.
The Graffiti Wall is brilliant for helping those with a passion for art express themselves to God in a way that is most meaningful to them.
Have the group put their imagination and teamwork to the test as they create scenes and items using only their bodies.
A great game for focusing large groups, can be played with as few as 20 or as many as a 1000 – the more the merrier!
Testing their problem solving and teamwork abilities, the young people must untangle themselves from one another.
A form which records any accidents that happen during youth group and the action that was taken as a result.
A fast-paced card game that’s a fun twist on the traditional version of this game.
A fun game for large groups where young people are either guards or prisoners and the prisoners must escape the guards.
A great way to help young people delve deeply into the liturgical cycle of the Church and develop their relationship with God.