Our Awana clubs are currently on summer break! We are accepting registrations now for the 2019-2020 year (see below). Our Awana kick off is combined with our Neighborhood Night Out and will be held on September 8th (GraceNNO.org). Then our next regular Awana club night will be September 15th.
What is Awana?
Awana is a nationally known organization that fully integrates evangelism and discipleship for ages 3 through 6th grade. It involves parents, church leaders, and mentors pouring into the next generation. If your child isn’t part of Awana, they are missing out on something incredible.
Our 2019-2020 Awana Schedule? (Click Here)
What happens at Awana?
HandBooks: Once a child is registered, he/she is given a handbook to begin working through. Handbooks are designed to help teach children biblical concepts, as well as encourage Bible memorization. Parents are encouraged to help their kids through their handbook during the week.
Games: Kids need to have fun together! It not only helps them build relationships, but it’s one of the many reasons they want to keep coming back. Each week, we set aside a structured “game time” for each club.
Special Events: Throughout the year, we have special events (i.e. Awana Grand Prix, GraceFest) that families of Awana kids are encouraged to attend and have fun together.
How do I get my child involved?
To register for Awana: Please let us know you’re coming by filling out this quick information form online (Click Here). Then when you check in your clubbers the first night, there will be a registration form at the check-in desk that you will need to sign.
Cost is $30/child ($100 max/family)
Parents who commit to serve for the year: All children free
Can I sign up to volunteer?
If you’re a parent of one of our Awana kids, you are certainly encouraged to help out as much as you can. In fact, we are are willing to waive the registration fee for parents who commit to serving on a regular basis. To sign up, please contact us to let us know of your interest and availability.