What is AWANA?

Awana features games, stories, songs and awards. A little like Scouting, boys and girls earn uniforms to wear to club and work at home with their families in workbooks to learn Bible verses and complete activities. AWANA stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed, from 2 Timothy 2:15. Find out about Awana® International. 

What happens at an AWANA meeting?

Clubbers play games, recite and discuss Bible verses they have learned, and learn how to apply the lessons from the Bible in their lives. They also earn rewards for dressing in their uniform and for the week’s theme.

Volunteer

It takes many caring adults to make Club Nights run successfully. Be a hero to our Clubbers—join us Wednesdays as a volunteer! We have many available roles for adults and teen helpers. Training and resources provided.

When Do We Meet and What is the Cost?

We meet on Wednesdays, 6:30-7:45 pm at Mill Run during the school year, Sept 1-Apr. 27. Costs: $30 dues, plus $15 uniforms (if needed).

Ages and Registration

We have three clubs

Cubbies: Age 3–Pre-K. Register here.

(parents must stay on-site)

 

Sparks: Kindergarten-Grade 2. Register here.

 

Truth & Training (T&T): Grades 3-6. Register here.

Kids Ministry

Check out additional ministry and pathways to engage with your kids at UALC. 

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