On Wednesday nights during the school year, children participate in Awana. Awana, which stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed, is a program created specifically for training children to know God and have a relationship with Him. The Awana program is divided into three age groups, Cubbies, Sparks, and T&T. Each group’s Bible learning is tailored specifically toward each age group’s understanding.
Every Wednesday evening in Awana, the kids sing fun Awana songs and hear a lesson from their group leaders. The evening ends with what’s looked forward to the most—game time! Cubbies enjoy playing together, while the Sparks and T&T groups compete in unique Awana games like Balloon Break and Beanbag Baseball.
Cubbies (ages 3-5)
In Cubbies, your child will gain the Biblical foundation they need, while still being taught on their level. Cubbies learn about Who God is and the greatness of His Word. They’ll also be taught who Jesus is and how He died for them.
Sparks (K- 2nd grade)
Sparks dig deeper into the Bible as they study the lives of different men and women of faith and godly character. Sparks also memorize Bible verses as they work through their Spark handbook, which gives them stories and application to what they’re learning.
T&T (3rd-6th grade)
T&T stands for Truth and Training, which is exactly what the students in this group gain from this portion of Awana. They learn about God’s character and how to put that knowledge of God into action in their own lives. They’re also taught how to grow their relationship with Christ.