The AWANA clubs are a ministry to teach students about God’s Word in a fun and engaging way! We are now meeting every Wednesday night at 6pm. In order to diligently protect everyone, as we still deal with Covid-19, we will still be using the following protocols:
1. Asking everyone to pre register on Eventbrite.
2. Limiting class sizes to 10 children per class
3. Asking parents to drop off children between 5:50 and 6:00 and pick up children promptly at 7:30PM.

So remember to pre-register on Eventbrite below and have your child join us for AWANA on Wednesday!
 

Information about the clubs and age groups can be found below!!

CLICK ONE OF THE LINKS BELOW TO RESERVE A SPOT ON EVENTBRITE FOR EACH CHILD IN THEIR GROUP:

 T&T GIRLS

 T&T BOYS

Awana reaches kids and their families with the gospel, developing leaders and discipling kids to walk with Christ for life. The Grace Baptist ministries start at age 2 and continue through 8th grade.

Puggles® recognizes the learning ability of 2 year olds by introducing biblical truth at church, beginning with creation. Carol Byrd is currently the ministry leader for this group.
 
Cubbies® celebrates the spiritual potential of preschoolers (3-4 year olds) by helping them develop respect for God, His
Son and His Word. Ashlee Logan serves as the ministry leader for this group.
 
Sparks® (K – 2nd grade) ignites the curiosity of early elementary-age kids to learn about the people and events of the Bible, building a foundation of wisdom for knowing Christ. The Sparks ministry is lead by Nandrea Groves and Caitlyn Cockram.
 
The T&T (Truth & Training) (3rd grade – 6th grade) curriculum teaches kids the truth of God’s Word, trains them to follow Him and practice His grace. The T&T ministry is lead by Wendy Buchanan and Peyton Elkins.
 
Our Seekers (7th & 8th grade), utilize the Positive Action for Christ Route 66 ministry to encourage discussion and exploration of the bible. Like a roadmap, Route 66 provides middle school students with a big picture view of God’s Word. Throughout the course, students can see how God uses imperfect men and women to reflect His majesty to the world —always highlighting the gospel of grace. David Byrd and Pam Hylton serve as facilitators of this group.