AWANA – Monday After-school Program for ages 18 mos. through 12th grade
“Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed” II Timothy 2:15
What is AWANA?
Monday afternoons your child can join us for Bible verses, games, friendships and fun. The goal of Awana is to “reach boys and girls with the Gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him”.
Awana is a global, nonprofit ministry with fully integrated evangelism and long-term discipleship programs for ages 2 to 18 that actively involve parents and church leaders. Each week, more than 4 million children and youth, 470,000 volunteers and 260 field staff take part in Awana in over 47,000 churches around the world. Offered through local churches, Awana reaches kids where they’re at and walks alongside them in their faith journey.
Awana teaches kids that God is real, that He loves them, and that He has expressed that love through Jesus Christ, His only Son. Kids see how God can help them in their daily lives. Lessons from the Bible teach them how to honor God in a sinful world. This is the end result, but the method is FUN!
Awards are earned for verse sections learned throughout the year. All Clubbers will be recognized for their efforts and Clubbers who complete their handbook earn a Book Award at the year-end Ceremony. Clubbers who complete all the T&T books along with all the Gold and Silver reviews are eligible for a local scholarship.
(September 17, 2018 – May 7, 2019)
Must be of age for Nursery, Puggles and Cubbies by Sept. 17, 2018
NURSERY (infant-18 mo.)
PUGGLES (18mo.-3yrs.) 4:15-5:30 pm
CUBBIES (3 yrs.-PK) 4:15-5:40 pm
SPARKS (K-2nd grade) 4:15-5:50 pm
TRUTH & TRAINING (3rd-6th grade) 4:15–6:00 pm
TREK (7th-8th grades *
JOURNEY (high school) *
* Trek and Journey is offered through mentoring programs for students in 7th-12th grades. While working on their handbooks, these Clubbers can also become LITs.
The Leaders In Training (LIT) program is for those who have completed the T&T books and are interested in becoming leaders in their club. LIT’s will continue studying God’s Word while they train and serve as listeners in handbook time and supervise their handbook team during game time.
Registration and Supplies:
Please print off a Registration form, complete it and either e-mail Nicole Kardoes (firstname.lastname@example.org), mail 1701 S. 19th Ave. Bozeman MT 59718, or drop it off at E-Free.
Use this form when you visit Awana for the first time: Download the AWANA Visitor Form
Use this form to JOIN Awana: Download the AWANA Registration Form
Once you join, your clubber will need to purchase a handbook and a uniform. Please DO NOT mail checks with your registration form!!
Please contact us if these fees are a burden for your family.
Other Awana News:
Norie Davis Scholarship Award- This locally funded $1000 scholarship is awarded to Clubbers who complete 4 of the T&T books, plus all of the Gold and Silver extra credit sections for those 4 books.
Awana Scholarship Camp- Clubbers 6th grade and up who complete a book each year are eligible to attend the Awana Scholarship Camp.
College Scholarships- Clubbers may earn college scholarships from numerous colleges and universities around the country for completion of all books in the 3rd through 12th grade curriculum.