AWANA Information

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
(Check-in begins at 6:15 PM)
Ages - 3 years old - High School
(Child must be 3 by September 1 and potty trained)
Email the Church Office if you have additional questions

AWANA starts September 12, 2018 and ends May 1, 2019 with our Awards Ceremony
Scheduled days off
We follow the District 20 schedule for holidays so we will not meet on the following nights:

  • November 22                 Thanksgiving Break 
  • December 12, 19, 26     Christmas Break
  • January 2                         New Years
  • March 27                         D20 Spring Break 

Snow Days
If District 20 has a snow day, AWANA will not meet. 
Award Ceremony changed due to snow days​
(Click here to download a copy of the schedule)
Special Nights
  • September 19, Patriotic Night
  • October 3, Missions Night/Kick-off for Operation Christmas Child
  • November 10, (Saturday) Grand Prix Build your Car Workshop
  • November 14, Grand Prix Derby
  • December 5, Flashlight Night
  • January 16, Beach Night
  • February 6, Backwards Night
  • March 6, Sports Night
  • April 3, Crazy Socks Night

AWANA Store Night
AWANA encourages children to memorize scriptures and wear their uniforms by giving out AWANA bucks.  AWANA bucks may then be used to purchase items from our AWANA store.

AWANA Store Nights are:
  • October 17
  • December 5
  • February 20
  • April 24
New Date
Dues - $1 per meeting per child
      OR $28 per child per year when paid in advance
Uniforms - $12 for Cubbies or Sparks Vest
                    $18 for TNT shirt

Books - $12 for all clubs

Grand Prix Cars - $5

What is AWANA?​​
AWANA stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed.  It is a Bible-based dicipleship program that focuses on Scripture memorization while including Bible lessons and games.

AWANA has the following clubs:
  • Cubbies:     3 and 4 year olds
  • Sparks:     Kindergarten - 2nd Grade
  • Truth & Training:     3rd - 6th Grade
  • Trek/Journey:     7th - 12th Grade

We want to come along side parents to help them raise children to know, love and serve Christ.  AWANA is broken down into three main segments:
  • Game Time consists of exciting and fun games played around a game circle that is unique to the AWANA club.  
  • Handbook Time is where each child has an opportunity to recite the verses they have learned during the week and/or work on memorizing new verses.
  • Council Time is a time of hearing a Bible lesson and/or singing and doing activities to reinforce the Bible lesson.