Awana is a high energy, fun place for children to learn more about God’s Word. It’s an exciting approach to teaching the Bible, combining learning with irresistible fun through games! Our club meets on Sundays from 4:00-5:45 PM at Shiloh Plaza. The cost for the year is $40. Money can be paid anytime during the Awana year, and can be paid in small amounts. There are scholarships available if money concerns prevent your child from participating.
What is Awana?
Welcome to Awana! We are so excited to partner with you this year through Awana. Your child will be joining over 1.5 million kids who attend Awana weekly both in the United States and around the world. What a privilege it is to serve you!
Awana stands for “Approved workmen are not ashamed” (2 Timothy 2:15). Awana was founded in 1950 as an international, nondenominational Bible-centered children’s and youth ministry. The program is committed to evangelism and the discipleship of children and youth. Discipling our children is perhaps one of the most important things we can do for this generation. Awana is dedicated to getting as much of God’s word as deep into the hearts of as many children as possible so that they can be the next generation to proclaim God’s truths.
What do you do at Awana?
Each night at Awana the kids will participate in a large group teaching time where they will learn about a Bible Biography or learn a Bible concept, sing worship songs, play energetic games and meet with leaders during small group time. There are different themes for each night such as crazy hair night or glow in the dark night as well as missions projects and service opportunities. A key feature of Awana is scripture memorization. Each child receives a handbook once they complete their entrance booklet. Sparks and T&T students are encourage to work their way through their handbooks at their own pace. In the handbooks are verses to memorize. We want children to commit scripture to memory so it is, as we read in Psalm 119:11, hidden in their hearts.