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AWANA meets each Sunday evening (5-7 PM) during the school year and is open for children 3 years through High School.
AWANA helps children in the practice of hiding the Word of God in their hearts while being taught how to place their faith and trust in the Lord Jesus Christ for salvation and daily living. Each week consists of organized Game time, Handbook time, Snack time, and Lesson Review.
Parents are always welcome to attend AWANA with their child.
Snack time – Students are prepared snacks or meals to ensure physical nourishment so they can concentrate on spiritual nourishment while at AWANA.
Handbook Time – Students recite previously memorized Scripture and follow age-appropriate studies for a better understanding of God’s Word.
Game Time – Students participate in fun, safe, team-building games.
Lesson review – Students review lessons, recite memory verses, and advance through their handbooks.
Cubbies Appleseed and Honeycomb handbooks combine basic Scripture memory with parent-child activities to help Cubbies grasp simple spiritual truths. One handbook is completed in a club year. Each handbook contains 26 Bear Hug sections along with four special-day sections.
Sparks curriculum is comprised of three handbooks. Each handbook builds a foundation of biblical wisdom through memory verse drills, crafts, activities, and review of key doctrine and Bible facts.
Before working in the first handbook, HangGlider, all newcomers to Sparks will complete an entrance booklet—Flight 3:16 – that centers on the Gospel message of John 3:16. WingRunner & SkyStormer handbooks challenge Sparkies to learn about 15 more verses than the preceding book.
TREK students are challenged to wrestle with the three most important questions
they’re asking in middle school:
Who am I?
Why am I here?
Who’s with me?
Trek challenges students to engage in a Bible reading plan and to give summaries of New Testament books.
Journey® establishes high school students as lifelong disciples through a deep study of God’s Word, mobilizing them to live with godly perspective and evident faith. The material supports your 9th-12th grade high school ministry.
One of the requirements for a Journey student is to read the Old Testament books of the Bible and to give a summary of each book.
Students don’t just memorize books and verses – they are challenged to summarize in their own words.