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            Dates: August 23– May 9
AWANA helps churches and parents worldwide raise children and youth to know,
love and serve Christ!
AWANA runs from August to May on Wednesday evenings from 6:00-7:30 P.M. and is for kids 3* yrs old through 5th grade.  6th graders have an option to chose AWANA or Middle School Ministry.
must be 3 years old by 9/1 and fully potty trained.
Registration and Dues:
*Reduced Prices*

Registration Fee and Dues as of 8/1/2017...$30 (one child), $50 (two children), $60 (3 or more children), 4th child and more are free (must be in the same family) 
Cubbies and Sparks Vests: $16
Truth and Training Shirts: $19
All handbooks for all clubs are $14
Books Bags: $9
Check-in and pick up:
All clubbers accompanied by their parent are required to check-in with their club secretaries upon arrival to club. Clubbers are to be picked up in their respective rooms at the end of the club night by parents or anyone 18 yrs or older designated in writing by the parent.  Cubbies and Kindergarten Sparks MUST BE checked-in through our Check-In system. Cubbies and Kindergarten Sparks parents must stay on campus.
Theme Nights:
There will be special theme nights throughout the club year. Your clubber is encouraged to come dressed with the theme night's attire. There are wild and wacky nights planned for this club year.  For dates and themes please refer to Parent Handbook.
Club Overview:
We would like to introduce you in a small way to each of our clubs. Our clubs span the ages of three year old to sixth grade boys and girls. They are split in to six different groups by age, and once they enter third grade, by gender. Here are our clubs... is a program designed for children ages three years old by September 1, 2017(must be potty trained) through Pre Kindergarten or transitional kindergarten. Games, puppets, crafts, awards, and other activities make for a lively experience where fun and learning go hand-in-hand. Bible-centered handbooks and activities help build a solid understanding of the basics of Christianity at an early age. Parents are active participants in their child’s spiritual development, helping to nurture them in the basics of God’s love and His plan of salvation. After only two years, your child will have learned 55 memory verses. Your child will reap many benefits from their involvement in this exciting program.  Parents of Cubbies must stay on church grounds during club time.  There are discipleship classes or our Wednesday night church service that you are welcomed to attend. Sparks program is the AWANA club for children kindergarten through second grade and is firmly grounded in scripture. There is a club for each grade level of Sparks.
The three handbooks feature: 
  1. Basic truths about God, Jesus Christ, salvation and the Bible.
  2. An increased emphasis on scripture memory over the preschool materials. In three years, a child will learn and review over 96 verses many of which cover salvation and key Christian doctrine.
  3. Clear and consistent presentation of the gospel message.Sparks club meetings combine learning with fun to create an atmosphere of irresistible excitement for each kid who attend

Club meetings are divided into three segments:  

  1. Sparkle time! Bible teaching, worship, award presentations, and the gospel message.
  2. Handbook time! Small group interaction and completion of Bible based lessons.
  3. Game circle time! Age appropriate games on the AWANA game circle. name Truth and Training, reflects the passion of AWANA to teach third through fifth grade boys and girls the truth of God’s Word and to train them to follow Christ in their daily lives. There is an option for sixth graders to stay in AWANA club in lieu of Middle School Ministry

T&T (Truth and Training) is equipped with a variety of dynamic tools to accomplish the goal of getting kids excited about God’s Word.

Club Overview:

  1. Four handbooks of increasing difficulty which teach children that life’s ultimate adventure is a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
  2. A cast of fun characters that boys and girls learn from and follow on interesting journeys in the handbooks.
  3. Weekly meetings that expose children to the gospel message, scripture memory, Bible study, awards, team-oriented games and exhilarating fun.
  4. A Bible-centered curriculum that helps kids build a firm foundation for their faith, hide God’s Word in their heart and apply the truth of scripture to their daily lives.