AWANA

 

Leading Kids to Know, Love and Serve Christ

Awana helps churches and parents work together to develop spiritually strong children who faithfully follow Jesus Christ. This program offers a proven approach for evangelizing and discipling kids in the church and community

AWANA meets on Wednesday nights from 6:00 until 7:30 p.m. (August – May).

What Does AWANA Mean? The letters are from II Timothy 2:15 and stand for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed.

The Purpose Of AWANA: To reach boys and girls with the gospel of Jesus Christ and train them to serve Him.

Attendance:  Points are awarded for attendance, dues, bringing your Bible to Club, sections in entrance test or handbook, being in uniform and for attending Sunday School

Club Attendance Awards:  Clubbers are allowed only one unexcused absence from club during each attendance period.

Sunday School Attendance Awards: A Clubber may not miss Sunday School more than three times during the award session.

Our AWANA Clubs are:

Cubbies: the two years before entering kindergarten ( parent or responsible adult must be in the church during AWANA ).

 

 

Sparks: kindergartners through second grade boys and girls.

 

 

T & T Club Boys: third through sixth grade boys.

T & T Club Girls: third through sixth grade girls.

 

 

 

 

An AWANA Club meeting consists of three parts: games, handbook time and a Bible story time.  Facilities and equipment are supplied by the church.

The entrance booklet is the first step in AWANA achievement.  After completing the entrance booklet and attending three AWANA meetings, a child is eligible to earn more awards as a member of AWANA.

We want to work with you in providing balanced physical, social, mental and spiritual activities for your child.

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