Awana, which is an acronym for “approved workmen are not ashamed” (based on 2 Timothy 2:15), is an international program designed for children age 2 through high school. The program helps churches and parents work together to develop spiritually strong children and youth who faithfully follow Jesus Christ. Founded over 50 years ago, Awana is a weekly club designed to appeal to churched and non-churched kids. Its motivation is to train and prepare young people for life by helping them to hide God’s Word in their hearts and apply it to their lives.
Weekly Clubs — Awana Clubs at Christ Fellowship meet each Wednesday during the school year from 6:30-8:00 p.m. A typical club meeting consists three 30-minute segments including Scripture memorization, working on lesson books, and games. Children are divided into groups based on their age:
• Puggles (ages 18 months to 2)
• Cubbies (age 3 to preschool)
• Sparks (kindergarten to grade 2)
• Truth & Training (grade 3-6)
• Trek (grade 7 and up)
If you are unfamiliar with Awana or would like more information, send us an eMail, click here.
Recently we celebrated Awana Sunday! Here’s a short video of memories from 10 years of Awana!
Awana Cancellation Policy — Our Awana program operates on the same schedule as the Williamson County school system. If schools are cancelled due to inclement weather, then church activities will be cancelled as well. Additionally, every effort will be made to post these last minute cancellations on the main web page.
For more information about Awana at Christ Fellowship, contact Keith Baldridge.
Download the 2012-2013 Welcome Letter from Commander Keith here.
Download our Spring 2013 Calendar here!