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Wednesday, August 04, 2021
 

AWANA Clubs®

Preparing kids to faithfully follow Christ for a lifetime.

What is Awana?

Awana features games, stories, songs and awards. A little like Scouting, boys and girls earn uniforms to wear to club and work at home with their families in workbooks to learn Bible verses and complete activities. AWANA stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed, from 2 Timothy 2:15. Find out about Awana® International. 
 
It takes many caring adults to make Club Nights run successfully. See below for information on joining our great team of Volunteers.
 

When do we meet, what are the age groups and how do I register?

We meet on Wednesdays, 6:30-7:45pm at Mill Run during the school year, starting September 1. We have three clubs:
 
     •  Cubbies: Age 3–Pre-K (parents must stay on site)
     •  Sparks: Kindergarten-Grade 2
     •  Truth & Training (T&T): Grades 3-6
 
Registration will open in August for the 2021-2022 school year.
 

What happens at an Awana meeting?

Clubbers play games, recite and discuss Bible verses they have learned, and learn how to live a Christian life. They also earn rewards for dressing in their uniform and for the week’s theme.  Club calendars and other parent resources will be available in August.
 

How can you help?

Be a hero to our Clubbers—join us Wednesdays as a volunteer! We have many available roles for adults and teen helpers. Training and resources provided.

For more information about our club, contact us by email: Awana.
 
 
Volunteer with Family, Youth & Children

Volunteer on a Team

Join a Youth Ministry team and be part of transforming lives. Many opportunities for any skill set, age or schedule. Apply here.
 
 
Preschool and Kindergarten

Curriculum and Faith Connect

Our preschoolers and kindergarteners experiment, explore, investigate, and create in a Christ-centered environment. Get information about our school.

 

Middle School, High School

There's Always Something Going On!

We're getting to know each other and figuring out what life in Jesus looks like. Check out Middle School or High School.

 

Keeping Kids Safe

Safeguarding Children

All volunteers age 18 and over who work with children must go through the Safeguarding Children verification process and be issued a badge.
Click here to begin the process.