What is Awana?
Bible memory is one of the greatest strengths of Awana’s ministry. As students work through their handbooks they will earn different prizes and badges that can be sewn onto their Awana uniform. AWANA stands for “Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed” and comes from 2 Timothy 2:15. EBC is excited to offer Awana to the families in our community because we believe faith in Jesus is the greatest gift any of us can give our kids.
Awana serves children in Pre-K through 6th grade and their families. Our team of volunteer leaders prepare weekly games, lessons, and Bible studies. Parents participate at home by helping their children with individualized Bible study goals that are guided by child handbooks. In this way, Awana is a wonderful expression of ministry-partnership between the church and parents. We engage children in the love of God's Holy Word, and the gospel message is prominent in each lesson. Children are a powerful ministry to our community, inviting their parents, siblings and friends to know, love, and obey God's Word. Come, discover Awana at EBC.
What Happens at Awana?
Kids have lots of energy, and Awana is a greatplace to let it out! We love to run and play and laugh together.
Large Group Time
Each week, leaders share a Gospel-centered message with the children in each club. Awards are given to individuals during this time, as well as announcements for upcoming events.
Kids meet in small groups with leaders to review the lesson theme and practice sharing Scriptures together.
What are the age groups at Awana?
Kids at Awana participate in activities and receive an age-appropriate curriculum.
Cubbies: Ages 3-5
Sparks: Grades K-2
Truth & Training (T&T): Grades 3-6
Click the button below for the Awana Registration Page. Please email Megan Boelzner, our Awana Director, with any questions.