Meet 'N Greet Christmas Edition

Meet 'N Greet Christmas Edition

$6.00
GOLD members pay $3.90
Meet 'N Greet Christmas Edition is a get-to-know who is in the room interactive game. This is one of those games you will use several times a year because it is easy and gets EVERYONE involved. The Meet 'N Greet series is truly the greatest interactive mixer in the history of youth ministry!

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Editor's note: This is a great "get to know you" game that will be a hit with my students! I'm excited to play this with my group!

Almost every church has a meet and greet time; you know, that Sunday morning moment when you shake hands with a few people who are sitting around you. We decided to take that interaction and crank it up a notch and make it incredibly intentional...AND SEASONAL!

With Meet 'N Greet Christmas Edition, every person in the room will get some quality time and intentional conversations. This is one of those games you will use several times a year because it is easy and gets EVERYONE involved.

You'll find a completely interactive experience with all questions and transitions. Just drop the video in a PowerPoint, Keynote, ProPresenter, or Sidekick slide and play.

Also included are blank background videos so you can do this a few times a year and be fresh every time! Just drop them in your presentation software and type your questions over the video. See “Meet-N-Greet-ProPresenter-Screen-Shot.jpg” for potential layout.

The entire activity will take about 15 minutes from start to finish.

To see the original game and reviews, click here!

This Resource Includes:

  • Detailed instructions (Word and pdf files)
  • Instruction video from the author (mp4 file)
  • Sidekick 'Presenter' file
  • PowerPoint file
  • Individual game slides and movie clips (jpeg and mp4 files)
  • Blank background slides and movie clips (jpeg and mp4 files)
  • Printable Meet 'N Greet Sheets (jpeg and pdf files)
  • Title Slide (jpeg file)

 

 

Note from Author

About this Product
This has been a huge hit in our ministry. I've played with groups of 20 and groups of 6,000! Have someone emcee this time with energy and clarity. Lead the group to their duos, read the question from the screen, and lead them on to their next duo. Have a few leaders on the sidelines who can find students who did not fully fill out their cards.
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Brandon Early