The Awana program is a great way
for young people to memorize the Bible.  Knowing what the Bible says and how God wants us to live out our faith is vitally important to our spiritual health and the future of our children.

Have questions about Awana?
Contact Eric Mazurkiewicz or Martha Sutton.

Just Getting Started!

What happens at Awana?

  • Awana night begins at 7pm, with worship, prayer, and a flag ceremony
    in the Sanctuary.

  • Each group participates in three areas: game time, large group time,
    and handbook time.

  • Game time provides kids with a chance to engage in healthy competition
    while learning to work as a team.

  • Large group time is a brief study to learn about what the weekly verse means
    and how it applies to our lives.

  • Handbook time gives kids the opportunity to recite their weekly verses
    from memory, as well as extra credit verses. This is also a great opportunity
    for the kids to get to know their leaders!

  • Parents can pick up their kids at 8:30pm sharp, in the Sanctuary.

Awana Clubs

Cubbies: Ages 3 - 5 (must be potty trained)
Sparks: Kindergarten through 2nd grade
Truth and Training: Grades 3 through 6