2023 Meeting Dates: Jan 21, Feb 4, Feb 18, Mar 4, Mar 18, Apr 1, Apr 15, May 6, May 20 and Jun 3.

Sparks Memory Verses (Jan-Jun 2023)

T&T Memory Verses (Jan-Jun 2023)


AWANA stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed

The goal of AWANA is to give boys and girls aged 3 – 12 years old the chance to know, love and serve God. It is designed to:
✅ REACH children with the Gospel
✅ TEACH children how to have a relationship with Christ
✅ TRAIN children to study God’s Word and to grow in knowledge and understanding of the Scripture
We accomplish all of these in fun and exciting ways with exclusive games, age appropriate activities and Scripture memorization.

***If your child is going to be absent for any reason, please email us at

What to bring to AWANA

  • Bring the entrance booklet / AWANA handbook
  • Pen or pencil to write with
  • Bible (especially for T&T)
  • Wear uniform (once they received)
  • Wear running shoes
  • Water bottle
Sick children should stay home and rest. Thank you!

***If your child is going to be absent for any reason, please email us at

AWANA Rules and Letter to the Parents


For the Cubbies Parents

Rules for Cubbies (Updated: Sep 2016)
Letter to parents – Cubbies (Updated: Sep 2019)

For the Sparks Parents

Rules for Sparks and T & T (Updated: Sep 2016)
Letter to parents – Sparks (Updated: Sep 2019)

For the T and T Parents

Rules for Sparks and T & T (Updated: Sep 2016)
Letter to parents – TT Adventure (Updated: Sep 2019)
Letter to parents – TT Challenge (Updated: Sep 2019)

Frequently Asked Questions


Fun, however, is only the start. While kids are having a blast, they’re learning and growing too! They participate in games and activities that train their bodies. They learn verses and spiritual truths that expand their minds. They encounter life lessons that feed their souls.

How Much Does It Cost?
Please contact us at for more information.

Note: All new clubbers must first complete an Entrance Booklet. After completion, registered clubbers will receive their own handbook and uniform. Each clubber will be awarded as they accomplish specific goals within the curriculum.

What Happens During AWANA?
  1. Opening ceremony
  2. Game time: Individual and team competition takes place through circle games exclusive to AWANA
  3. Handbook time:
    • Clubbers work one-on-one with a leader to complete assignments in the curriculum
    • Awards and trophies will be given according to achievements
    • and accomplished levels as each clubber progresses
  4. Council time: Involves a Bible message followed by applications
  5. Closing ceremony

How Can I Get More Information?

Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth.
2 Timothy 2:15