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JOIN OUR AWANA FAMILY

WEDNESDAY Nights @ 6:15pm
STAY TUNED FOR 2021/2022 REGISTRATION INFORMATION

What is AWANA?

AWANA is a weekly discipleship experience that teaches kids to love the God of the Word by helping them love the Word of God.

AWANA exists with the sole purpose of reaching kids with the Gospel and engaging them with lifelong discipleship, that they would know, love and serve Jesus Christ. 

By giving kids a lasting grasp on essential biblical truths, helping them to bond with godly friends and mentors, and situating fun and friendship in the context of godliness, we ground kids' identities in "The Great Connection" of scriptural depth and God-honoring relationships

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Click to watch:
AWANA's Ministry Philosophy

What Happens During Every AWANA Night?
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Group Teaching

Large group Scripture experiences geared to make disciples at every age.

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Games

Defining fun, excitement, and sportsmanship as God-centered experiences.

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Handbook Time

Growing commitment to the Bible by committing the Bible to memory.

AWANA REGISTRATION 2021/2022 TBD
for Sparks (K-2nd) and T&T (3rd-6th)

Email awana@tcaa.com for questions.

Click to Read Our 
AWANA COVID Safety Information
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​​Download This Week's 
Weekly Club Guides for Sparks and T&T!
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What Are Weekly Club Guides?

Weekly Club Guides are a one-page, one-stop resource for at-home AWANA. We've produced them just for you so that your family can enjoy an easy, fun, and biblically rich AWANA experience every single week!

New Club Guides are posted each Wednesday and will always include:

1. Links to AWANA Music
2. A Link to the Week's Lesson Video
2. Discipleship-Minded Discussion Questions
3. An Activity That Applies the Lesson Content

Work through the Club Guide from top to bottom. Then, spend time with your clubber in his or her handbook. Practice verses together throughout the week, so that they are ready to recite on Wednesday Nights. To successfully complete a section, your clubber must recite all its verses from memory (with no more than 2 hints) and complete all required activities, if any. Upon fulfilling these requirements, you can sign and date the section in the appropriate place in the handbook.