Awana helps churches and parents work together to develop spiritually strong children and youth who faithfully follow Jesus Christ. Our programs offer a proven approach for evangelizing and discipling kids in the church and community.
Awana clubs meet each Thursday night from 6:30 to 8:00. All children ages 3 to Grade 8 are welcome. Read further to learn a little bit about each Awana program.
For preschool boys and girls
Cubbies is the Awana Club for preschoolers during two years prior to regular kindergarten, usually three and four year olds. Cubbies is unique because it supports and maintains parents as the primary source of spiritual nurturing by directly involving them in the teaching and learning process. Cubbies uses the fundamental Awana elements of games and activities, Bible memorization, handbooks, and awards.
Children in Kindergarten and Grades 1 and 2
Sparks is the Awana Club for kindergartners, first-graders, and second-graders. Each club meeting has three parts. In Game Time, Sparkies enjoy entertaining games played on the Awana Game Circle. During Green Meadow Time, Sparkies gather for their age-appropriate Bible lesson. During Sparkle Time, clubbers recite Bible verses from memory, complete handbook sections, and earn awards. Sparky, the friendly firefly, appears throughout the Bible based materials to encourage clubbers to complete their handbook achievements.
T&T - Truth and Training
Boys and girls Grades 3 through 6
T&T (Truth & Training) ushers kids and preteens on a journey to know God and His Word, love and need their Savior, and live out their faith in the ever-changing world around them. Featuring 30 lessons each year, this curriculum can launch your outreach efforts and deepen your discipleship as it equips your leaders and challenges your kids to understand, retain, and apply His Truth!
For anyone in Grades 7, 8 & 9
Helping youth discover their destiny in Christ.
Trek will lead your middle school students to dive deep into Scripture so that they can learn to own their faith and discover what they actually believe.