What is Awana?

AWANA is a Family Outreach and at AWANA your children not only learn about the Bible and God’s plan of salvation, but they also learn about witnessing to others. AWANA is a ministry the whole family can participate in. Parents become leaders. Children become clubbers. Neighbors kids are invited and in turn start learning Bible verses. Their parents help them memorize the scripture and come to know God’s truth. Children are encouraged to attend church. They also earn awards they can proudly display on their uniforms. All this leads to greater church attendance and more people exposed to the gospel.

How to Join

To join our AWANA Clubs you may show up on any given Wednesday night with a completed a registration form, or complete a form when you arrive.

You may also click on the following link to make your registration payment.

Club Time

AWANA clubs are for children ages 3 years through 5th grade.

Our clubs meet every Wednesday night during the school year. Children meet in the Christian Life Center. The entrance to the Christian life Center is on Lower Mill Road.  Check in takes place between 6:00 – 6:15pm. Opening ceremony begins promptly at 6:15 pm. From there children go to their classrooms to meet with their specific club. Clubs are dismissed at 7:30.

What does AWANA mean?


AWANA is a Biblically based discipleship ministry to children. The AWANA acronym is based upon 2 Timothy 2:15 which says, “Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. So, the AWANA acronym stands for “Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed”.

The emphasis is on Bible memorization. AWANA is found all over the world and has club ministries in many third world countries. This unique ministry is a proven outreach ministry that gets children involved in learning God’s word and developing a personal relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ. The three segments per club evening encompass Handbook time, Game time and Council time.