AWANA at Living Hope!

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Coming-in Time is 5:15-5:30 PM
Picking-up Time is 7:30 PM
And there is a lot of FUN in between!

Some Questions Answered…

Q:  Where does ericpreaching2the name AWANA come from?

Our name is an acronym for “Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed”, taken from 2 Timothy 2:15 in the Bible.

Q: What is the purpose of AWANA?

“To reach boys and girls with the gospel of Christ, and train them to serve Him”. Clubbers recite this as they salute the AWANA Flag each club meeting, just after they salute the American Flag.

Q: What do kids do in AWANA?

A lot! Hint: Arriving on time really helps. This club has three basics parts to the evening.soccer

  • Game Time
    Playing in a variety of unique games on the AWANA circle involves all of the kids in fun, fast activity as part of a team. Games are appropriate to varying physical abilities. Adult team leaders encourage organization, enthusiasm, and good sportsmanship.
  • Handbook Time
    Clubbers progress through handbooks by memorizing and demonstrating understanding of Bible passages. It is important that clubbers remember to bring their books to each club meeting. An optional book bag may help avoid frantic, last minute searches. Passing an average of 2 to 3 sections a night will usually allow them to finish their handbook in a club year.
  • Council Time
    Fun songs and songs of praise start off this section of the     evening. A Bible lesson with life application is always included. Theme nights and special  guests keep things even more interesting. Recognition of individual and team awards is an important part of this portion.

Q: How Long does AWANA run?

Our program starts the beginning of October and runs through the end of April with a three week break for Christmas.

Q: Are there Different Programs for different ages?

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Pre school boys and girls 3 & 4 year olds (the two years prior to kindergarten). Cubbies is unique because it supports and maintains the parents as a primary source of spiritual        nurturing  by directly involving them in the teaching-learning process.

Sparks:
Boys and Girls in kindergarten, first & second grade; each segment is divided into three segments: Council time for a Bible  lesson, handbook time, where clubbers complete handbook sections, and game time, where the Sparkies enjoy playing games on the AWANA circle.

Truth and Training:
The name Truth & Training reflects the passion of AWANA to teach 3rd-6th grade boys & girls the truth of God’s Word and to train them to follow Christ in their daily lives. Our goal is that many of today’s young people will become tomorrow’s church leaders. Their evening is broken into three        segments: Handbook time, Game time, and Council time.

Q:  How do My Children Get Involved in AWANA?carpool2

It is simple, show up on Sunday evening 5:15-5:30 PM at our Ministry Center located at 813 Division Street and come on in! More information can be obtain by contacting the church office or visiting a Sunday service.