What is AWANA?
AWANA is a program for children ages 3 through the 5th grade that incorporates Bible teaching and Scripture memorization with tons of fun.  The word “AWANA” is actually an acronym which stands for “Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed” which comes from 2 Timothy 2:15.

When is it?
Our AWANA club  meets weekly on Wednesday nights at 6:00 until 7:15 pm.   The club’s schedule runs throughout the school year, and there are breaks that regularly coincide with the school calendar.

How does it work?
Children are divided into age groups: Cubbies (3 & 4 yrs. old), Sparks (K-2 grade), and Truth & Training = T&T (3-5 grade).  Each night begins with an opening ceremony and game time. The children are then dismissed by their particular age groups.  During their small group time, children will be going through a workbook that will lead them to memorize Scripture in an age appropriate manner.  Children are able to earn AWANA bucks to then use them in the AWANA store to purchase a gift for themselves or someone they love.

AWANA is a great way to give your children a solid foundation in knowing God’s Word.

14th     Regular Club Night (Last night to say verses)
21st     VBS Musical Night!  Bring the whole family & earn 25 points!
28th     End of the Year Awards Ceremony & Store Night