AWANA: Cubbies
AWANA: Sparks
AWANA: Truth & Training
 
 
AWANA: Trek
 
 
AWANA: Journey
 
Frequently Asked Questions
 
What is AWANA? What does it stand for?
AWANA stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed, which comes from 2 Timothy 2:15: “Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth.” It emphasizes child discipleship and Scripture memorization in an environment that keeps kids engaged.
 
Who can take part in AWANA?
AWANA has clubs for pre-school through high school: Cubbies (Pre-K, three years and up), Sparks (kindergarten through second grade), T&T (third through sixth grades), Trek (seventh and eight grades), and Journey (high school).
 
What happens during the weekly club meetings?
Each week our clubbers are challenged to recite Scripture passages that teach them about Jesus and how to follow Him.  Time is also carved out to play games, learn together, and hang out in a Christ centered setting.  It is an exciting program filled with teamwork, friendly competition, and prizes, giving each kid room to learn and grow.
 
Do I have to start with Cubbies?
No! The goal of AWANA is to help kids of any age learn the Word of God, so that it sinks deep into their hearts. It is for every child and teen. It can be started at any time! So go ahead and register today if you’re interested in starting AWANA!
 
How do I get involved in Awana?
Awana is a registration-based program. The program coincides with the school year, and registration takes place between mid-July and mid-August each year. 
 
 
If you have any other questions related to Awana, feel free to
email Sharon Kinsella, our Children’s Director at skinsella@azcc.org