What is Awana?
Awana is a global, nonprofit ministry committed to the belief that the greatest impact for Christ starts with kids who know, love and serve Him.
How does Awana fulfill this mission? Through God’s guidance and power, Awana strives to:
- REACH KIDS for Christ through fun, Scripture-rich experiences that lead them to know, love and serve Him.
- EQUIP LEADERS and parents to reach and disciple kids who impact their generation with the gospel.
- CHANGE the WORLD through the evangelism and long-term discipleship ministry of Awana.
Cubbies (3 to 5 years old)
Cubbies® celebrates the spiritual potential of preschoolers by helping them develop respect for God, His Son and His Word.
Sparks (K-2nd graders)
Sparks® ignites a child’s curiosity about the people and events of the Bible, building a foundation of wisdom for knowing Christ. This three year early elementary school ministry curriculum features exciting games, engaging activities, biblical teaching and media resources for kids and leaders. -Awana.org
T & T (3rd-6th graders)
T&T® explores the concept of grace by focusing on the character and nature of God, identity of Christ, as well as the structure and format of the Bible. This four year upper elementary school ministry curriculum is created to ensure that kids and leaders connect through God’s Word. -Awana.org
Hope Community Church offers Awana Clubs on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00 p.m. from September through April for potty-trained three year olds through 6th grade.
Children must be three years old by September 1, 2021, to enter the Awana program for the 2021- 2022 year. Children who turn three after September 1, 2021, may begin the Awana program in September 2022.
We have capped the number of children and closed registration for all groups – Cubbies (3-5 year olds), Sparks (K-2nd grade) and T&T (3rd-6th grade) for the 21/22 Awana year. We are no longer accepting registrations for any groups.
If you have questions about Awana or are interested in teaming up with our leaders this year, please feel free to contact Amy McGough.
Or check out Awana.org for even more information.