What is Awana?
Awana is an acronym for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed. This phrase is taken from 2 Timothy 2:15 - Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. (KJV)
Awana is a weekly club built on being highly scriptural, highly relational, and lots of fun! Through games, interactive lessons, and engaging discipleship, children and students learn about God's Word and hide it in their hearts.
For more information about Awana Clubs International visit: awana.org
Creekside Awana Club Meeting Times (August 31, 2022- May 10, 2023)
Children ages 3 years - 6th grade meet Wednesday evenings 6:15-8pm
Students 7th-12th grade meet Sunday 1-3pm
Cubbies meet on Wednesday 6:15-8pm on the Creekside Campus
Cubbies (ages 3-4) is built on two premises:
Young children can and should receive spiritual training.
Home is the primary place for spiritual training.
In our Cubbies club your child will work through an interactive handbook with stories, lessons, and memory verses. Each week, they will get to watch a corresponding lesson, do crafts and coloring pages, and connect with a Small Group Shepherd who will guide them through the year.
Registration Will Be Open July 1-August 14
We have wrapped up our Awana year and are enjoying our Summer. Registration will open again in July 2022. Sign up below to get an email reminder when registration opens again this Summer!
Please join our Awana volunteer team and make an eternal difference in the lives of children.
We need an army of volunteers dedicated to faithfully serve as small group shepherds, record-keepers, games leaders, story tellers, check-in attendants, and so much more! Fill out the form below if you'd like to get involved!
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