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Awana

AWANA Clubs for kids K-5th Grade meet every Wednesday during the school year from 7-8:30pm. AWANA is an acronym from 2 Timothy 2:15 — Approved Workers Are Not Ashamed.
AWANA is a fun approach to making the Bible alive and relevant with caring trained leaders who invest time, love and wisdom into shaping children’s lives. While kids are having fun together each Wednesday night, they’re learning about Jesus and growing in their faith in Him, too. They learn Bible verses and spiritual truths. They encounter life lessons that feed their soul. They participate in games and activities that train their bodies
When is AWANA? AWANA meets on Wednesday nights throughout the school year 7:00 to 8:30 PM. We start September 11th. We will have preregistration September 4th. Click HERE to register online and then, for your child’s safety, please come inside each night to get an identification sticker and then return with the sticker to check them out. For more information about AWANA, visit www.awana.org.

AWANA Schedule

AWANA meets on Wednesday nights throughout the school year 6:30-8:00pm.

This cool kids’ program is for:

Puggles – 0-2 years of age.

  • Cubbies  — Preschool 3’s and 4’s
  • Sparks — Kindergarten, Grades 1, 2
  • T&T (Truth in Training) — Grades 3, 4, and 5

Trek — Grades 6, 7, and 8

 

Four segments provide start to finish excitement in every club meeting:

 

Opening Time: Kids meet in the REVEAL main sanctuary at the beginning of each AWANA night to learn and sing songs about God and His grace.  It’s a time to focus why we have AWANA, “to reach boys and girls with the Gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him.”

 

Council Time: Each club comes together to hear an age-appropriate Bible story to learn about character traits that honor God.

Handbook Time: Kids work one-on-one in small groups with a trained leader to recite verses they memorized. Leaders talk with children to ensure they understand key Bible verses that teach them how to know and follow God. Awards are given in recognition to children who have completed sections in their handbooks.

 

Game Time: Children learn teamwork and sportsmanship in team competition in the AWANA Games Circle.