What does Awana stand for?
- Approved Workman Are Not Ashamed.
What is the first goal of Awana?
- To reach boys and girls with the gospel of Christ.
What is the Second goal of Awana?
- To train them to serve Him!
The Awana Club Programs
Cubbies (Must be 3 by September 1
Must be dropped off and picked up by a parent/guardian and they must be potty trained
• Grades K, 1, 2
• Grades 3 - 6
Truth & Training (T&T)
Boys and Girls meet separately
Each club meeting is a 90-minute program consisting of three segments:
Game Time - This 30 minute segment features unique and exciting games on the Awana circle. Clubbers compete in
individual and team events between the four color teams. (Non-marking soles are required for game time.)
Handbook Time – During this 30-minute segment, clubbers recite to their color leaders the sections they have
memorized. Emphasis is placed on helping clubbers achieve in Bible memory and teaching application.
Council Time – During this 30 minute segment the entire club comes together for songs, announcements, presentation of
awards, and a challenge from the Word of God.
Throughout the club year clubbers may participate in many special events and contests. Look for additional information
throughout the year on the following:
• Theme Nights - Games and council time activities that revolve around a fun theme.
• Adopt-A-Club - A sponsorship program that provides financial aid to foreign Awana clubs.
• Half-Way Party - Party for Truth & Training clubbers who are halfway done with their handbook at the end of the first
half of the club year.
• Awana Games - Sparks and Truth & Training clubbers compete against other churches in specific age appropriate
• Bible Quizzing - Bible quiz competition with other central Illinois Awana Clubs
• Awana Grand Prix – Sparks and Truth & Training clubbers build their own racecar from a kit and then race against each