AWANA - Leading Kids to Know, Love, and Serve Christ

Tuesdays 6:00-7:45 pm September - April

layout styles Awana is a place where your kids can learn about the Bible, meet new friends, and have lots of fun. It features curriculum, activities, and games designed for each age group, and it takes kids on an exciting journey through the Scriptures. Weekly studies and memory verses show children how the Bible applies to everyday life. Our team of volunteers looks forward to working with your children at our Awana club!


Please register your child online here, and your child's club Director will be in touch with payment details. For more information, please feel free to contact the Awana Ministry Directors, Dan and April Jarvis , at

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Cubbies Ages 3 - 4

Helps preschoolers to develop respect for God, His Son, and His Word. This program often includes a craft, snack, songs, and memory work that reinforces the weekly bible lesson.

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Sparks SK - Grade 2

Teaches children about the people and events of the Bible which builds a foundation of wisdom for knowing Jesus.

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Truth & Training Grades 3-6

Answers kids' key questions about God and the Bible, guiding them to grow in His grace.

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Trek Grades 7-9

Helps youth dive deeper into scripture as they more fully develop their own understanding of faith and practice.


Founded in 1941, Awana is an international ministry currently comprised of over 250,000 staff in 18,000 churches around the world. Throughout its 80 years of history, millions of alumni have benefitted from the truth and training that they experienced during their time spent in an Awana club. Co-founder of Awana, the late Art Rorheim, derived the Awana name from the first letters of the phrase "Approved Workers Are Not Ashamed," as taken from 2 Timothy 2:15 of the Bible which reads, "Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth" (NIV).

Program Structure:

Cubbies meet for the full night upstairs. For the three older clubs (Sparks, T&T, Trek), each Awana night begins with a shared Circle Time in the gym (opening ceremony with singing and announcements), which is then followed by three club rotations involving Game Time (team-based games), Large Group Time (singing and a Bible message), and Small Group Time (handbook work involving Bible study and memorization).


Volunteering in Awana as a Leader or Listener is a rewarding and fun-filled experience as you get to know children (and their families) as they explore, memorize, and learn to apply the Word of God. If you are interested in service, please reach out to our Awana Ministry Directors at or any of the club directors to get started!

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