Can I Know Jesus?
What is Awana?
AWANA stands for Approved Workmen
Are Not Ashamed
and comes from 2 Timothy 2:15:
to show yourself approved
unto God, a workman
that needs not to be
ashamed, rightly dividing
the word of truth."
awards, pins and patches help motivate
Clubbers to memorize God's Word. Our mission
is "to reach boys & girls with the
Gospel of Christ and train them to serve
Our AWANA club (charter
#5442) was formed in September, 1984.
From September through May 70 plus
children participate each week in Bible
teaching and memorization, competitions, and
- Cubbies (3 & 4 year olds)
- Sparks (Kindergarten, 1st & 2nd
- Truth & Training (3rd through 6th
- Dinner is served! In order to help
families make the transition from school to
AWANA we are serving at delicious hot dog
dinner (some nights we have pizza, taquitos,
or corn dogs) each Wednesday at 6:00
p.m. The suggested donation is $1.00
- Check-in is a 6:15 p.m.
and Truth & Training Club meet
Wednesday's from 6:30-8:00 pm (September
- Opening Ceremony
- Game Time
- Council Time (music, announcements, Bible
message and awards)
- Handbook Time (Bible memorization
emphasizing the importance of God's Word for
- Each night
features a special theme. Check your
AWANA handbook, the flyers coming home, or
Calendar for the themes
- Special AWANA events are scheduled
throughout the year. These events
include: Autorama & Popcorn and
Movie Night, The T&T Overnight, and The
AWANA Grand Prix
- There are many opportunties for families
at Creekside such as: Beach Day, Wild
Water Day, Fall Retreat, and Lake Day.
You are invited to join us for any or
all of these. See the Creekside
Family Page for more information.
new season begins Wednesday, September 4th.
Parents must register all new and
returning clubbers each year. You may
Uniforms, Books, & Bags
- Any Wednesday night. You
are always welcome!
- When you begin coming to Club,
we will give you an entrance booklet to
study and recite from. Once you
have completed the entrance booklet, you
will receive a handbook to begin working
in. The cost of the handbooks are:
Cubbies $10.00, Sparks $11.00, and
Truth & Training $10.00.
- Prices are
subject to change
AWANA uniform lets others know you are a
member of your club. Wearing a
uniform is not required, but if you have a
uniform to display all of your awards, it
will be more meaningful. You can
order a uniform as soon as you complete
the requirements for membership, which are
completing your entrance booklet.
your complete uniform each week for the
club meeting. Make sure you attach
your awards to it as soon as possible!
We encourage all clubbers to wear
gym-type shoes as part of the uniform.
Also, we recommend that the clubbers
wear modest length shorts or long-pants.
This is for safety on the Game
Circle. Sparks must wear long pants.
prices of uniforms, books, & bags are:
Vest - $11.00 / Cubbies Book - $10.00 /
Cubbies Bag - $7.00
Uniform - $12.00 / Sparks Book - $11.00
/ Sparks Bag - $6.00
& Training Shirts - $22.00 (kids
sizes) / Truth & Training Book -
& Training Shirts - $22.00 (adult
are subject to change. Partial
payments may be made for all items.
are no "dues" required for attending
AWANA. However, each clubber is
encouraged to bring $.75 each week to help
support our AWANA missionaries. The
$.75 also is used to help defray the cost
of weekly prizes we give to winning teams.
- You may
pre-pay your yearly dues for $19.00.
This saves $5.00.
- We are
happy to supply your children with the
uniform awards they earn throughout the
year. Awards that become lost may be
replaced at a nominal cost by contacting
your child's leader.
For more information on AWANA, contact Suzanne
Michaelis or visit the official Awana web site
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International. Used by permission.