Who Is That?

This station follows the talk “Setting The Scene

Resources Needed:

  • Printed quiz sheets (see below)
    Optional: Prizes for completed sheets

This activity involves identifying famous people from a list of clues given about them. We’ve included clues for four famous people but you should also create similar clues for two or three more people who you know that your congregation will be familiar with. You could even do clues that point to someone in your congregation. Print all of these clues (and the questions below) so that you have enough for everyone to have one. 
Also in the page (or on the back if you want more space) should be the following questions:

  • We recognise people not just by the way the look but by the things that they do. What do you think are the most recognisable things about the way that Jesus lived?
  • If we are now God’s children, part of his family then how much do our lives reflect the family likeness? Do you think people would be able to recognise the influence of Jesus in the way that you live?
  • What part of the way that Jesus lived do you think you would like to see more of in your life?

Explain that the aim of the game is to work in groups of three or four to recognise as many of the people on the sheets as possible as well as answering the questions. You could offer a small prize (chocolate usually works!) for people who complete the sheets and return them to you.


(Make sure you don’t include the answers on the sheets that you give out!):
I was born in Marylebone, London

I was educated at Oxford University

I became a Member of Parliament in 2001

I make  lots of very important decisions

I live on Downing Street

Who Am I?
(David Cameron)
I was born in Kosovo but moved to the UK with my parents when I was one year old.

I am most famous for my singing

My song “Poison” made it to number 3 in the charts

I have been a coach on The Voice and am also a judge on the X-Factor.

Who Am I?
(Rita Ora)


I was born in Macedonia

I moved to Ireland in 1928, aged 18.

I became a missionary in India in 1948

I opened free hospices for the poor

I was named the most widely admired person of the 20th Century two years after I died in 1997.

Who Am I?

(Mother Theresa)
I was born in Liverpool

I started out my career at Everton Football Club

I have scored over 200 goals for club and country

I wear the number 10 shirt

I am the captain of the England National Team

Who Am I?
(Wayne Rooney)