Awana Info

WE ARE EXCITED!!  Awana is filled with Games, Discipleship, Activities, Mentoring, Theme Nights, Building a Biblical Foundation and having fun doing it all each week.  Awana Clubs also makes scripture memorization fun.  Each club is geared to the needs if it's age group.  Awana Works!
Our Awana Club meets every Wednesday evening during the school year. We start at 6:25 PM and end at 8:00 PM. All children from age 3* through 6th grade are invited to attend.

Countless times, we've witnessed the way God has used our club to reach boys and girls for Christ. It also motivates children to learn God’s Word.
Cubbies (Pre-K): Cubbies displays the greatness of God's character to pre-schoolers who are constantly asking questions!
Sparks (K-2 Grade):  Sparks ignites a child's curiosity to learn about the people and events of the Bible, building a foundation of wisdom for knowing Christ.
T&T (3-6 Grade):  T&T takes students on a journey by answering their questions about God and the Bible while guiding them to grow in Christ's love and live out their faith.

There's a link box below to download ALL this year's Calendar of Events.
There's also a link box below for a Registration Form to bring in with the first visit.
Come and join us any Wednesday evening that school is in session!
We would love to have you with us!

When the Awana Leader Encourages & Motivates Clubbers
When the Parent Encourages & Motivates Clubbers

Clubbers finish their Awana Handbook

  Are you a Directional Parent or an Involved Parent ?  
  A Directional Parent tells there child when it is time to work in their handbook.
An Involved Parent tells their child, "Its time for us to sit down together to work on your Awana Handbook."

  Section Passing Rules (Link below): The Leaders and Listeners must go by these rules before signing a section in any handbook. Every parent and clubber can properly prepare for passing the sections in their handbook by applying these rules. (The Section Passing Rules sheet also includes a way to help children to memorize the verses.)

Download the weekly schedule for preparing and passing handbook sections:
     There's a link below to download the Sparks Section Dates for all three handbooks
      There's also a link below for the T&T 3rd-6th grade's Section Dates for the current year's handbook

T&T Clubbers that do exceptionally well in their handbooks usually finish all the regular sections in their book. Silver & Gold pages are designed as extra credit sections for these clubbers.

We also send out text reminders to parents of what is coming up each week.  Talk with an Awana Director to get the details on how to sign up for these weekly text messages that will keep you up-to-date.


Cubbies, preschoolers within 2 years of 5-year-old kindergarten.  Cubbies is unique because it supports and maintains parents as the primary source of spiritual nurturing by directly involving them in the teaching and learning process at home.  Parents of Cubbies are also required to stay at the church during the 1 1/2 hour club time.  Cubbies is fun with the purpose of learning about God through the elements of games, activities, Bible memorization, Bible teaching, handbooks, awards, crafts and snacks.  Every part of each week is centered around an individual Bible truth presented in the handbook that each parent and child have been going over at home the week before that Wednesday.

Sparks, 5-year-old kindergartners to 2nd grade.  Sparks builds a foundation of biblical wisdom through Bible memory by combining learning and fun!  Each club meeting has three parts. In Game Time, Sparkies enjoy entertaining games played on the Awana Game Circle. During Green Meadow Time, Sparkies gather for their age-appropriate Bible lesson. During Sparkle Time, clubbers recite Bible verses from memory, complete handbook sections, and earn awards. Sparky, the friendly firefly, appears throughout the Bible-based materials to encourage clubbers to complete their handbook achievements.

T&T, 3rd - 6th graders.  T&T teaches the truth of God's Word and trains children to follow Christ in their daily lives.  The girls and the boys are split into their own T&T Clubs because they prefer to play games and recite verses separately. Both club groups have three segments. Game Time is when fun, exciting, team-oriented games are played on the Awana Game Circle.  Large Group Time digs into and teaches the Bible truth of that night's section topic with application and understanding.  Handbook Time is when clubbers meet in separate, small groups of four or five to recite Bible verses from memory, interact with their trained adult leaders, complete their handbook sections, and earn awards. All of it is done in a way that makes kids want to come back every week for more.