What is Awana Clubs?
Awana is a nondenominational ministry that assists churches in reaching children and teenagers with the gospel of Jesus Christ and training them to serve Him. Awana supplies programs, materials, and training for more than 12,000 churches in over 110 countries. Their message to churches is simple: We're here to serve you with a ministry that is all about fun with a purpose — to win and grow kids for Christ!
That’s why Awana offers a series of clubs and programs geared to the needs of a particular age or grade. As a vital part of our local church ministry, Awana clubs and programs effectively reach young people with the good news of Jesus Christ.
Here at Waterdam Church, our Awanaministry works with other ministries to give our children and youth a well-balanced emphasis on knowing Jesus and how we can live and serve Him. We also strive to work with families as they raise their children to know and serve Jesus.
Who can come to Awana?
Awana will be open to children from 2 years of age through fifth grade. Nursery will also be available for those with infants who want to attend other activities.
When is Awana?
Awana will take place on Wednesday evenings from September through May, 6:15 to 8:00 pm.
What does a typical night at Awana look like?
Awana has 3 main segments: game time, large group time, and small group time. Each segment allows leaders to connect with students in a fun, relational, and Biblical way.
How do I volunteer?
Job descriptions and sign-up sheet are located at the Welcome Desk. Volunteers are required to complete training videos at home and one in-person training this summer.
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