Awana
WHO WE ARE

Awana registration for 2022-23 is now open.

Awana is a weekly ministry which provides a fun environment for children and youth ages 3-18 to learn God’s Word. Our vision is for children to know, love, and serve Jesus Christ!  Each week, Awana provides teaching and training to develop strong moral and spiritual values, helping “clubbers” learn about the reality of God and the truth of the Bible. There are close to 5 million children from ages 2-18 take part in Awana through more than 62,000 churches in 124 countries!  Interested in learning more about Awana? Please visit Awana.org

Registration fees are  $55.00  Awana runs on Sundays from September 12 – May 1, from 4:30pm – 6:15 pm and we pray at 4:00 p.m to start the night.

Registration is ongoing and kids are accepted throughout the year. However, acceptance in the program is based on the numbers of leaders volunteering in the class.

Awana is a ministry that is heavily run by parent volunteers. All Awana parents/guardians are requested to serve in some capacity.  Our best volunteers for our children are ones who are present every week in some capacity.

Awana groups are divided by age to best follow their spiritual and emotional growth in different environments and stages of life.

  • Puggles: 2 years (reserved only for children of weekly volunteers)
  • Cubbies: 3-4 year olds
  • Sparks K: Kindergarten
  • Sparks 1 & 2: Grades 1-2
  • Truth and Training (T&T): Grades 3-6 (separated by gender)
  • Trek: Grades 7-8
  • Journey: Grades 9-12
WHAT WE DO

A night at Awana is broken into three segments:

Handbook Time – Clubbers develop a sense of community during this time as they break out into small groups.  Awana has take-home, age-specific, interactive handbooks that promote spending time every day in God’s Word, express healthy values, and encourage memorization of Scripture, all by using achievement-oriented learning segments.

Game Time – Every Awana meeting includes active and friendly team competition!  We have a variety of organized games that allow children to participate with their peers in teams and compete against other kids in their age group.

Large Group Time – This is a time dedicated to Bible teaching in the age-based large groups that complements the lessons learned in Handbook Time.

Want to serve? 

We would love to have you join the team! There are many ways to serve. Training is held at the beginning of each Awana year. Our church policies require that people involved in ministries with minors need to complete the following steps:

 

Returning to Awana?

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Questions?

Contact us: [email protected] or 703-639-9127