Ending well is crucial and setting aside a time of reflection and sharing is a great way to solidify the teachings and experiences your students have had in small groups.
As you prepare for the last night of small groups, here’s a list of 18 questions you can choose from to enhance your discussion!
1. What’s a fun memory from small groups this year?
2. What series or lesson has influenced you the most and why?
3. How has your relationship with God changed since the beginning of the school year?
4. What has been the most challenging thing we’ve talked about in small groups this semester?
5. If you could have changed one thing about our small group, what would it be?
6. If you had to give our small group a mascot, based on this year, what would it be?
7. What do you hope our small group has learned about you this semester?
8. How do you think God has used this small group to speak to you this year?
9. In what ways have you felt supported by our small group this year?
10. What is the one thing you want our group to be praying for you over the summer?
11. If you had to choose a theme song for our group, what would it be?
12. What do you think our small group does well?
13. What makes it difficult to be a part of our small group?
14. You have 60 seconds – make a list of as many topics/series that you can remember that we’ve talked about.
15. If you were asked to be in a commercial about small groups, what would you say is a good reason for kids your age to be in a small group community?
16. What are five adjectives that describe our unique small group?
17. What is something important you remember your leaders saying this semester?
18. As a group, list 10 things you’ve learned about God this school year.