Awana

 

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AWANA is an international children's ministry designed to help parents and churches raise children and youth to Know, Love, and Serve Jesus Christ.

The name Awana comes from the phrase "approved workmen are not ashamed" (2 Timothy 2:15).

At FBC Anguilla, AWANA is divided into 3 clubs:

(Ages 3-4)

 (K - 2nd Grade)

 

 (3rd - 6th Grade)

 

Each club meeting is divided into 3 main segments:

Game Time

Team competition takes place in our unique game circle and during other playground favorites.  The Awana game circle provides maximum opportunity for children to get involved, no matter their athletic ability.  They unleash their energy while learning teamwork, sportsmanship, and other character traits through their participation.

Handbook Time

Kids work one on one with a trained leader to finish asignments in their curriculum materials.  Awana emphasizes memorizing and understanding key Bible verses that teach children how to know and follow God.  A series of awards and trophies reward their achievements at every level.  Here is a great place for parents to get involved in their children's spiritual development by discussing the handbook sections with your child and by helping him/her memorize the verses.  In 2 Years of Cubbies, your preschooler will have memorized 64 Bible verses!  After 3 years in Sparks, your child will have taken a journey through the entire Bible and will have memorized 107 Bible verses!  In T&T, your child will develop spiritual leadership, deepen their knowledge about God and His Word and learn how to put that knowledge into action in everyday life.  And after 4 years of T&T, your child will have memorized an amazing 286 Bible verses! 

Large Group Time

Kids and leaders gather together for singing, announcements, and most importantly, a practical Bible message.

Awards Night Video_quiet version 2017 from Rob Evans on Vimeo.

 

SEE YOU AT AWANA!

 

Returns Sunday, October 4th, from 5-7 p.m.