What is Awana?
Awana stands for “Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed” This is taken from a Bible verse that says “Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and one who correctly handles the word of truth” 2 Timothy 2:15
We accept registrations through out the entire club year, which ends at the end of May. Here is our CALENDAR
You can register onlinE HERE.
The registration fee is $20.
You are also invited to come join us for dinner at our annual Chapel Corn Roast on Sep 7th.
When Awana is held:
On Friday evenings from 6:00 to 7:30pm, boys and girls enjoy playing games, memorizing Bible verses and learning Bible lessons. They also earn awards for their hard work. From Ages 3 to Grade 6, children and youth have fun while being taught the Word of God and His love for you and me.
What to expect from AWANA:
Strong biblically moral and spiritual values
Dedicated, strong leaders
Exciting games and activities
Awards and prizes
Who participates in AWANA:
Children in the AWANA program are divided into several different groups according to age/grade:
Cubbies Ages 3 & 4 (JK)
Sparks SK – Grade 2
T & T Grades 3 – 6
How an evening runs at AWANA:
There are three (3) distinct segments during AWANA:
At Handbook Time, Clubbers recite Sections from their handbooks. The handbooks contain selections of Bible verses and a variety of activities.
During Games Time, a Clubber is placed on one of four teams (red, blue, green or yellow). Clubbers enjoy fun and points are awarded to teams for achievement.
Council Time is an exciting portion of the evening. During this time, the club Director or another individual tells a story or teaches a practical lesson from the Bible. Council Time also includes quizzes and singing.