Club Descriptions

Wednesday Nights

6:15 - 8:00pm


For children from age 2 through 6th Grade (ages 2-3), for the toddlers of our Wednesday night Awana Leaders, Puggles introduces young children to basic Bible truths at church and equips parents to teach them at home.

Cubbies Logo

Cubbies(ages 3-4) is built on two premises:

  • Young children can and should receive spiritual training.

  • Home is the primary place for spiritual training.

Our Cubbies club meets these needs through lots of fun! Games, puppets, crafts, awards, snacks and other activities make Cubbies a lively weekly experience where fun and learning go hand in hand. Clubbers display their awards on their blue vest uniform, which they wear to club each week.


Sparks (Kindergarten - 2nd grade) combines learning with fun to create an atmosphere of irresistible excitement. Club meetings are divided into three segments:

  • Bible teaching, singing, announcements and awards

  • Small group interaction and completion of Bible-based lessons

  • Games that appeal to kids of all skill levels

Sparkies receive participation and achievement awards which are displayed on their red uniform vests.


T&T (3rd-6th grade) weekly meetings are divided into three segments of gut-busting, team-oriented fun in Game Time; singing and a Bible message in Large Group Time; and reciting Bible truths in Handbook Time. T&T features increased focus on Scripture application in a structured environment program, fun characters, and more. 3rd-4th grade T&T clubbers wear green jersey uniforms and 5th-6th grade Clubbers wear blue jersey uniforms on which to affix their achievement patches.

Sunday Afternoons



Trek (7th-8th grade) meets the needs of junior higher's at their level. Trek meetings take a three-tiered approach by offering something for everyone: a feature event uses games and activities to attract teens and then make them feel at home; large group time communicates Bible truths relevant to the teenagers' lives; a small group time, provides teens with personal time to interact with their leaders and friends. Daily personal devotions enrich their walk with God.


Journey (high school) provides teens with what they need: relevant 21st-century content, a strong emphasis on life application, thorough apologetics, and the trademark of Awana, Scripture memory-invaluable ingredients for character-shaping discipleship. All this plus weekly games with their friends makes a great balance of learning and fun. High school students may also choose to volunteer as Student Leaders for the younger clubs on Wednesday nights.