For over six decades, the Lord has used the ministry of Awana to reach kids, equip leaders, and change the world.

Awana is a ministry focused on providing Bible-based evangelism and discipleship solutions for ages 2-12. As the global leader in child and youth discipleship, Awana gives children the opportunity to know, love and serve Jesus, no matter their background.

Kids represent the greatest opportunity to make a long-term impact on our world for Christ.

Awana establishes welcoming, supportive environments where kids from every background and cultural setting learn how a personal relationship with Christ affects their everyday lives.

Held every Wednesday night from 6:30-8:00pm at the Englewood campus, Awana is the perfect opportunity for kids ages 2 through grade 5 to have fun, memorize the Bible, and grow in their faith.


2-3 yrs old

The Puggles Club is an enriching program for 2 year olds and younger 3 years olds where simple biblical concepts are presented to the tiny tots through teaching cards, activities, music, and games.


3-5 years old

Cubbies is fun with a purpose – to reach and train kids for Jesus Christ. Games, puppets, crafts, awards and other activities transform our preschool program into a lively weekly experience where fun and learning go hand in hand. The Cubbies curriculum features two handbooks written in a fun, storybook style that appeals to preschoolers. Each section combines basic scripture memory with parent-child activities to help a child grasp a simple biblical truth.


Kindergarten-2nd graders

Sparks club meetings combine learning with fun to create an atmosphere of irresistible excitement. The curriculum takes kids a step deeper into God’s Word while giving clubbers regular opportunities to hear the Gospel and come to faith in Jesus Christ.

Truth & Training

3rd-5th graders

The name Truth & Training reflects the passion of Awana to teach third through fifth grade boys and girls the truth of God’s Word and to train them to follow Christ in their daily lives.

T&T is the program that trains the leaders of tomorrow – today. Each of the four handbooks in our Truth & Training clubs investigates four questions. Eight answers from the Bible are provided for each question. Children will learn all eight answers to each of the questions and verses to back up these answers. The handbooks also include Bible studies and activities that allow children to delve into the subject matter and build a foundation of biblical wisdom through memory verse drills and review of key doctrine and the Bible.

Join the Awana team

Through intentional engagement with a child’s developmental stage in mind, leaders can play a role in the beginning phases of discipleship. Awana provides a variety of resources to equip leaders in order to teach key Biblical concepts, share the gospel and build relationships.

Frequently Asked Questions

When does AWANA start and end?

Awana starts September 11, 2019 and ends May 27, 2020.

The year concludes with an end of the year ceremony on Wednesday, May 27, 2020.

We will NOT have club on First Tuesday weeks (October 3, November 6, December 4, January 8, February 5, March 4, April 8, May 6) or November 27, December 25, and January 1 due to holidays and school breaks.

What age does my child have to be to participate in Awana?

Awana program is available for children age 2 years old through grade 5 with an independent C-Track Plan for 6th-12th graders.

What day does Awana meet?

All clubs meet on Wednesday nights with the exception of the 6th-12th grade C-Track program.

The 6th-12th program meets for scripture memorization with an Awana Mentor at a time that is applicable for both the clubber and the Awana mentor (to be determined based on individual participation). C-Track participants may serve in the Awana program if they are not a part of the BRAVE Middle School Ministry which meets at the same time as Awana. We encourage all 6th-8th graders to be involved in the BRAVE Middle School Ministry.

What time does Awana meet?

Wednesday Night: Clubs start at 6:30pm (check-in begins at 6:15pm) and check-out is at 8:00pm.

What happens during a typical Awana night?

The Clubbers participate in opening ceremonies which simply opens the Awana Clubs. Each Club experiences 3 rotation sections.

  • Handbook time: small groups for scripture memorization time, life talk and prayer.
  • Council time: large group for worship and Bible teaching.
  • Game time: fun fast-paced team games that incorporate sportsmanship and team building.

Are there uniforms required?

Yes, the vests and shirts can be purchased as part of the club registration process.

Are there any special events this year?

Yes. Our annual Awana Grand Prix date is TBD. Cars can also be purchased at the check-in tables leading up to the Grand Prix. The cost per car this year is $10 and includes registration for your child and family to participate in the event as well as dinner and dessert.

Our Awana club also participates in the Awana Bible quizzing (held within our Awana program) and Awana Games (held at CCU). Dates and times to be announced.

At the end of the year, we will host a special end of the year ceremony which will involve the entire club from Puggles through our C-Track clubbers and their families. The date for this event is TBD.

Is there any preparation required at home before coming to Club each week?

Although not required for Puggles thru Sparks, preparation at home is highly recommended. The Clubbers have a goal of completing one book per year. The level of difficulty with this task increases as the Clubbers get older and build on previous memorization. The goal is obtainable but requires time during the Awana night and may help to have at home preparation. Each child will progress with encouragement from their Awana leaders and home support.

Truth & Training will have about 15 minutes of Awana book work per week. The C-Track (6th-12th grades) will require all work and memorization to be prepared at home.

What if my child can’t be there every week?

That is okay. We will miss them. We ask that they continue working through their handbooks to maintain a pace where they can finish their book by the end of the year.

Your children will progress further through the material and memory verses the more often they can attend.

Do I have to be a volunteer for my child to participate in Awana?

Volunteering in Awana is required for all parents. Volunteering in the program is required through our Parent Partnership Opportunity.

You will be asked through your child’s registration to look at your calendar and determine how often you might be able to serve in our Awana ministry. An Awana leader will contact you to schedule your particular request.

Volunteer options are: every Wednesday, twice monthly, once a month, five times an Awana year, and one time an Awana year.

There are many different places to volunteer. If you have any questions or would like to volunteer, please see one of the Awana Team leaders, or you can email

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