Awana Ministry

Awana is a Bible-centered midweek club for children 3 years old (as of September 1st) through 5th grade.


What is Awana?


The acronym Awana comes from the first letter of each word in the verse: "Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed." - Timothy 2:15

Awana club meetings consist of: Large Group story/lessons, Scripture memory, and high-energy games. Children will enjoy special events and receive handbooks, uniforms, and awards!

  • Puggles 3-year-olds (as of September 1st, 2017)
  • Cubbies 4 years old through Pre-kindergarten
  • Sparks Kindergarten through 2nd grade
  • Truth & Training 3rd through 5th grade

When does Awana meet?
Awana meets every Wednesday evening at 7:15 pm in the lower level Children's Ministries classrooms September 13, 2017 through mid-June.

Why Awana?
Awana exists to reach children with the Gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him. The priorities of Awana include reaching family members with the Gospel and training adults to minister to children.

What does Awana teach?
Awana is an evangelistic discipleship program that teaches Scripture memory, basic Bible truths, and real-life application with physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual parameters at age-appropriate levels.

Check-in System

Our number sticker check-in system, policy requiring at least two servers be present at all times, and background check of all volunteers supports our commitment to the safety of the children.

Serve with Awana

You can make a difference by sharing your gifts and talents here at Awana. Each week, volunteers minister to the children with the nurture, love, and hope of Jesus Christ. Whatever your interests are, there is a place for you to serve in our RKids Ministries!


Looking for more Information?

For more Awana information, please contact Roxonne Parker, Awana Supervisor.