(Preschool – 5th Grade)
What is AWANA®?
AWANA stands for Approved Workmen are not Ashamed from 2 Timothy 2:15. Awana is a global, nonprofit ministry committed to the belief that the greatest impact for Christ starts with kids who know, love and serve Him. How does Awana fulfill this mission? Through God’s guidance and power, Awana strives to: Reach Kids, Equip Leaders & Change the World!
Cubbies® celebrates the spiritual potential of preschoolers (3- to 5-year olds) by helping them develop respect for God, His Son and His Word. At Story Time each week, preschoolers learn about God – the greatness of His love and His Word – and about His Son, Jesus Christ, the promised Savior. Non-competitive games build excitement and reinforce Story Time lesson themes. Cubbies helps you lead your child to God early so your child will respect and trust Him for life.
Sparks® ignites the curiosity of Kindergarten – Second grade kids to learn about the people and events of the Bible, building a foundation of wisdom for knowing Christ. Sparks is divided into three books, each with a unique rank: HangGlider®, WingRunner® and SkyStormer™.
Each year, Sparks clubbers:
- explore the biographies of people of the Bible from a new portion of Scripture
- memorize Bible verses
- complete handbook activities
The handbooks, combined with Large Group Time lessons take your child on a journey through the entire Bible!
Truth & Training (T&T) for grades 3-5 take students deeper into who God is, the significance of Grace, and more as they dive even deeper into God’s Word.
What does a typical night look like?
After Check-in, Children will join together for an opening ceremony together. The three groups will then head off to their classes for a time of large group lessons, a time of handbook time to work through their workbooks and say memory verses. No evening would be complete without games every other week and music in between. At the end of the evening all the children are brought back together for a final word of encouragement, award presentation and prayer at the end of the ministry gathering.