What is Awana?

Awana is a school-year-long program for kids from kindergarten through high school that helps churches and parents work together to develop spiritually strong children and youth.

It’s an exciting atmosphere! They’ll reach goals, win prizes, and build confidence as they have fun, enjoy parties, play unusual games, and even have dress-up nights. Clubbers work in a handbook throughout the year and earn awards as they complete the material. Club night features music, Bible-based teaching, and small group time with friends.

What does “Awana” mean?

The word Awana stands for: Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed, which is taken from the Bible verse 2 Timothy 2:15!

When are Awana gatherings?

Both of our kids Awana groups meet Wednesdays 6-8pm from mid-Sept to May.

Our middle & high school groups also use Awana curriculum. You can learn more about those groups here.


Sparks (K-2nd)


Truth & Training (3rd-6th)

As a parent, you’ll appreciate Awana.

Your child will participate in a fun, organized program with a club atmosphere. Well-qualified, caring leaders provide strong guidance. They’ll gain memorization skills, experience teamwork and sportsmanship, build confidence, learn discipline, and be encouraged in strong morals and character.

Check out our Facebook Group for calendar information, cancelled nights, theme nights, and more.