Awana is a weekly, fun-filled program for children 2 years old through 5th grade that challenges them to memorize scripture and apply it to their lives.

Wednesday Nights from 7:00–8:30 PM 

2 Years Old–5th Grade 

  • $20 Enrollment Fee (covers all awards, supplies, etc. – due upon registration) 
  • $10 Handbook Fee (covers cost of new handbook if needed) 
  • $10 Uniform Fee (covers cost of new uniform if needed)

Awana is divided into four age-based groups. 

What does a night at Awana look like?

Each club night is broken up into three different sessions:

Handbook Time

Children are encouraged to excel individually in their Bible verse studies. They receive recognition and rewards as they reach different milestones.

Game Time

Game Time is a period of fun and fellowship. These games are fun and competitive but are of a nature that allows almost all children to participate regardless of their athletic skills.

Discipleship Time

Discipleship Time provides an opportunity to present the Gospel as well as teach biblical truth to the children. Awana leaders and special guest speakers present these messages at a level that children can understand.

Why Awana?

Awana reaches kids for Jesus Christ through fun, Scripture-rich experiences that lead them to know, love, and serve Him.

Kids represent the greatest opportunity to make a long-term impact on our world for Christ. Awana reaches kids where they’re at and walks alongside them in their faith journey. Kids who come to faith at an early age will discover God’s purpose for their lives and hope for the future. Ministry leaders and parents witness the profound impact Awana has in reaching kids with the gospel and watching them grow as long-term disciples. That’s why so many families and leaders have returned week after week, year after year, for more than three generations.

When parents and churches come together to intentionally teach God’s Word throughout childhood, they can move kids toward spiritual maturity, resulting in life-defining, long-lasting impact. This is more than just a hope or a dream; it’s a reality.