What Is Awana?
AWANA is an international nondenominational organization whose goal is to reach children with the gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him.
AWANA is for children Pre-K through 5th grade and meets from 7:00-8:30 on Wednesday nights during the school year.
The Awana Acronym
from 2 Timothy 2:15
A – Approved
W – Workmen
A – Are
N – Not
A – Ashamed
What Club Is Right For Your Child?
AWANA offers three age appropriate clubs:
Cubbies is a club for Pre-Kindergarten children with an emphasis on parent-involved Bible memorization. The evening consists of a large-group song and story time and a Bible verse review with time for play and arts & crafts.
(Must turn four by Sept. 1)
Sparks is a club for Kindergarten through 2nd grade children with an emphasis on Bible memorization and Bible centered activities such as games, Bible lessons, singing, and praise.
Truth and Training Clubs
T&T is a club for 3rd through 5th grade children with an emphasis on Scripture memorization and Bible-centered achievements. Their night has a time for handbook review, games, and a Bible-centered council time with special guests, awards and prayer.
C-track (C for Citation award and College scholarship program) is a plan enabling teens to complete Awana handbooks® past T&T™ even though their church does not offer a Trek® or Journey™ program.
For more information on AWANA Clubs International, go to awana.org.