What is AWANA?

AWANA is an international Awana - Logonondenominational organization whose goal is to reach children with the gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him.

AWANA is for children Pre-K through 5th grade and meets from 7:00-8:30 on Wednesday nights during the school year. 

The AWANA acronym

from 2 Timothy 2:15

A -  Approved 
W - Workmen
A -  Are
N -  Not
A -  Ashamed


AWANA offers three age appropriate clubs:


Cubbies is a club for Pre-Kindergarten children with an emphasis on parent-involved Bible memorization.  The evening consists of a large-group song and story time and a Bible verse review with time for play and arts & crafts.
(Must turn four by Sept. 1)


Sparks is a club for Kindergarten through 2nd grade children with an emphasis on Bible memorization and Bible centered activities such as games, Bible lessons, singing, and praise.  

Truth and Training Clubs

T&T is a club for 3rd through 5th grade children with an emphasis on Scripture memorization and Bible-centered achievements.  Their night has a time for handbook review, games, and a Bible-centered council time with special guests, awards and prayer.


C-track (C for Citation award and College scholarship program) is a plan enabling teens to complete Awana handbooks® past T&T™ even though their church does not offer a Trek® or Journey™ program.

For more information on AWANA Clubs International, go to