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Awana at FBC

September 3, 2014 - May 6, 2015

Puggles - Cubbies - Sparks - T&T - Trek
Wednesday Nights | 6:15 – 8:00 pm

Journey
Sunday Afternoons | 3:30 – 5:15 pm (times subject to change)

Awana Commanders
Jerry & Jennifer Sandlin
jsandlin@fbceg.org


Awana has begun!

Volunteer Registration

Please join our Awana volunteer team and make an eternal difference in the lives of children. Whether you choose to be a small group shepherd, large group teacher, recordkeeping secretary, set-up crew, or a variety of other positions, your ministry is valuable to us. We are seeking volunteers to work with all ages from 2 years through high school.

Click here to see if we have a place for you! You can also stop by the Awana table in the Atrium on Wednesday evenings  to volunteer or to get more information.

Child Registration

We want our Awana children and volunteers to have an enjoyable and successful Awana year. Therefore, we will be working to limit our small groups to 1:5 ratio. Assignments are made on a first-come, first-served basis. We have begun a wait list within each grade level and will add more children as we have more space and leaders. To be added to the wait list, please submit a registration form to the Awana table during club nights.

If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Sandlin at jsandlin@fbceg.org.


What is Awana?

Awana: Is an evangelism and discipleship program for children and youth, ages 2 to 18

Awana: Is Bible-centered

Awana: Helps churches and parents raise children and youth to know, love and serve Christ

Awana: Actively involves parents, mentors, and church leaders

Awana: Has been a leader in children’s ministry since 1950

Awana: Is non-denominational and international

Awana: Is an acronym, coming from 2 Timothy 2:15: Approved workmen are not ashamed

Awana: Is for everyone:

Puggles: 2-year-old children of Awana volunteers

Cubbies: 3- & 4-year olds

Sparks: Kindergarten – 2nd Grade

Truth & Training (T&T): 3rd – 6th Grade

Trek: Junior High

Journey: High School

Volunteer Leadership: Adults

Awana Clubs International
www.awana.org