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Wednesday Nights
6:15 - 8:00 pm


Our goal is to reach boys and girls and their families with the Gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him!
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Pre-K and Kindergarten

We get Pre-k & kinder age kids* ready for Awana Clubs through Cubbies.
Each week, Preschoolers & kindergartners will be challenged to learn Bible verses, play games together & learn to follow instructions.
*must be fully potty trained

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1st & 2nd grade

1st through 2nd graders at GRACE Awana continue their spiritual training with Sparks. At this age, the truth of the Gospel begins to take root & the excitement of Christ & Awana leads children to share this joy with their friends.

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3rd - 6th grade

3rd through 6th  graders at GRACE Awana learn that the Bible is true and they can firmly trust what it says. They explore the answers to frequently-asked questions about God, Jesus, and the Bible in the Truth and Training program

What is Awana?

Awana Clubs are an exciting opportunity for our children to benefit spiritually, mentally, physically, and emotionally from each weekly meeting.  Our Awana clubs offer a positive, loving atmosphere.  Through Awana, our children can develop their social skills such as sharing, listening, and relating to others. Awana is a great place to make friends and find good influences! Through achievement and awards, our children will gain a sense of accomplishment that leads to future successes in all areas of life. The heart of Awana is its Biblical stand that stresses the importance of the Word of God. 
We want our clubbers to know God's word by heart so as they grow they will have a firm Biblical foundation to grow from!


Weekly meetings have four components: Opening ceremonies, handbook time, class time & game time. Opening ceremonies, include flag ceremonies, music, and announcements.  Handbook time emphasizes individual contact between clubbers and leaders.  Leaders meet with a small group of clubbers to listen to them recite their memory work and to encourage them to greater participation and handbook achievements.  Clubbers earn handbook awards during this part of the meeting. Class time is a time to teach the kids about the Bible and how God cares for them. Game time teaches fair play and teamwork while providing a release for stored-up energy.

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AWANA at Grace Bible Fellowship

*GRACE does not make a profit on this ministry. This is a suggested donation that covers the cost of supplies for AWANA*

$ 40 per clubber to cover shirts, books, awards & registration

[ Scholarships are available, Let us know if you would like to apply when you register! ]

Club Rules

Awana Club Rules

  1. Be Kind, Follow Directions, and Show Respect to the leaders, to the other clubbers, and to the church property.

  2. Listen and follow instructions from leaders

  3. Participate in all activities of the club night unless you bring a note from home.

  4. Give your full attention whenever you hear any leader give “5”counts.

  5. You are expected and encouraged to be in AWANA uniform to bring your bible and handbook to each club night.  Keep your name tag on and do not break it. 

  6. No toys from home are allowed.

  7. Do not leave the building without permission of your leaders.

AWANA “3”count discipline for individuals:

  • 1st strike: A warning

  • 2nd strike: Talk with Director or Commander

  • 3rd strike: Clubbers parents are called to pick up early. 

2023-2024 calendar

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