What is Awana?
Awana helps churches and parents work together to develop spiritually strong children and youth who faithfully follow Jesus Christ. Awana offers a proven approach for evangelizing and discipling kids in the church and community. Among alumni who participated in our programs for at least six years, 92.7 percent still attend church at least weekly as adults!
Awana teaches children that God is real, He loves them and He has expressed that love through His son Jesus Christ. Kids also learn how God can help them in their daily lives. The goal of Awana is to reach boys and girls with the gospel of Christ and to train them to serve Him.
Awana Clubs start in October and run through May, but new members and visitors are always welcome to join in the fun!
The Cubbies curriculum features handbooks written in a fun, storybook style that appeals to preschoolers age 3 and up. Each section combines basic Scripture memory with parent-child activities to help a child grasp a simple biblical truth.
Sparks take kindergarten through second grade children on a road deeper into God’s Word while giving unsaved boys and girls regular opportunities to hear the gospel and come to faith in Jesus Christ. Our Spark boys and girls frequently come to an understanding of their need to trust Christ as their personal Savior while in Sparks.
Truth & Training
The name Truth & Training reflects the passion of Awana to teach third- through fifth-grade boys and girls the truth of God’s Word and to train them to follow Christ in their daily lives. Our goal is that many of today’s young people will become tomorrow’s Church Leaders.
What to Expect
Come join this exciting three-segment program every Sunday night from 6:00 to 7:30 in the FLC (Family Life Center).
Each evening begins with a formal flag ceremony which sets the tone of discipline for the entire evening.
- Handbook Time is a small-group time where the clubbers recite memorized verses to their Handbook Leader
- Game Time is a fast-paced, high-energy time of fun on a unique Awana game circle, this segment keeps clubbers coming back.
- Council Time is a large-group time with Bible teaching and the time in which the clubbers receive their awards.
What to Wear:
Casual play clothes that are comfortable to play awesome Awana games on the Awana circle. Tennis shoes must be worn to participate in Game Time.
What to Bring:
Bring your Bible and your Handbook.
Flag Ceremony begins at 6:00 p.m. SHARP!
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