Abrahamic / Middle Eastern Christianity Top Youth Group Activities for Christian Teen Girls Share Flipboard Email Print sturti / Getty Images Christianity Christian Life For Teens Christianity Origins The Bible The New Testament The Old Testament Practical Tools for Christians Christian Prayers Weddings Inspirational Bible Devotions Denominations of Christianity Funerals and Memorial Services Christian Holidays Christian Entertainment Key Terms in Christianity Catholicism Latter Day Saints View More By Kelli Mahoney Christianity Expert M.P.A., University of Illinois–Springfield B.S., Psychology and Criminal Justice, Illinois State University. Kelli Mahoney is a Christian youth worker and writer. She previously worked as an administrator for NXT, a high school Christian youth group. our editorial process Kelli Mahoney Updated March 28, 2019 It shouldn't come as any surprise to people in youth ministry that Christian teen girls and Christian teen boys tend to have different interests. While a majority of youth group events should involve both boys and girls, there are times when it is nice to have a "girls only" activity. Here are some ideas for those times when the girls just want to have fun: 01 of 08 Spa Day Getty Images/Tetra Images Well, maybe a day at a real spa may be a little too pricey for your Christian teens, but that doesn't mean you can't create your own special day. You can put together some basic supplies like nail polish, scrubs, masks, and more to spend some time together getting "pretty." Girls love to pamper themselves, and this time together allows your youth group girls to bond with one another. 02 of 08 Chick Flick Night Flashpop / Getty Images Put together a batch of the greatest "chick flicks" and get the girls together for a night of laughter and tears. The girls will love it, but just make sure you have enough chocolate, popcorn, and Kleenex to go around. 03 of 08 Girls-Only Speakers Hero Images / Getty Images Many events involve speakers that tend to focus on male spirituality or purposefully keep gender out of the sermon. However, there are some great female examples in your church or nationally that can speak to the girls about empowering them spiritually. You can make these speakers part of a larger conference or just have one night where your girls can grow spiritually. 04 of 08 Crafty Chicks Unite David Oliver / Getty Images It's no secret that many teens like to do crafts, and the activity will allow some of your students to foster their creative side. Even if you aren't that crafty, you can involve leaders that have some craft supplies for your girls to create scrapbook pages, beaded jewelry, and more. 05 of 08 Mall Rats Eric Raptosh Photography / Getty Images The mall is always a popular event location for teens. You can make the mall even more fun by creating a scavenger hunt: create a list of unique items for the girls to find throughout the mall. Whichever team takes photos of all the items in the least amount of time wins. 06 of 08 All-Girls Prayer Night Thomas Barwick / Getty Images It is great if your youth group prays together, but sometimes girls have prayer requests that they just won't talk about in front of the boys. It can be good for your girls to get together to pray for one another or individually without any male influence. 07 of 08 Girls' Bible Study sturti / Getty Images Christian teens should spend some time reading and understanding their Bible, and setting up bible studies is a great way for leaders to help their students navigate the Word. A girls' Bible study can help the females in your youth group get more from the stories and lessons in the Bible. 08 of 08 Sports Day Chris Tobin / Getty Images Many girls in your youth group probably have an interest in athletics, but some youth groups don't allow girls to participate in sporting events with boys out of concern that the boys may play roughly. Make sure the athletes in your group feel included by creating sports teams just for the girls in your youth group. Why not have that flag football or volleyball tournament for your girls alongside your boys' tournaments?