AWANA


Awana is a children’s’ program to teach kids about God. We learn Scripture verses; participate in a Bible study time, and a game time. Each is about 15 minutes long, with an opening ceremony and a closing. There is a theme night every week (see event calendar) whether it is a dress up theme, missions night theme or a special event. Children will earn Awana bucks each week for participating in each theme night, bringing a Bible, wearing tennis shoes, bringing their Awana book, and wearing their uniform each night. They also get five extra Awana bucks for bringing a friend. They get to spend their Awana bucks twice a year at our “Awana store” (December and May). Awana is Wednesday nights (September – May) from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. The different age groups are:


Cubbies: 3 – 5 years old (an adult 18 years or older must stay in the building)

Sparks: Kindergarten – Second Grade

Truth and Training: Third – Sixth Grade

Trek: Junior high (sixth – eighth Grade)

Journey: High School (ninth – twelfth Grade)

** Trek and Journey meet from 5:30p to 6:20p then volunteer as Leaders In Training (LIT’s) during regular club times.


Purpose: To reach Boys and Girls with the Gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him.


Theme Verse: 2 Timothy 2:15 – Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.


Email the Awana Director HERE

awanadircom at gmail dot com





AWANA Schedule of Events

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Truth & Training

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TREK

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JOURNEY

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PARENT HANDBOOK

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TREK/JOURNEY insert Handbook

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REGISTRATION SHEET

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Sign in / Sign Out Policy  click here for a copy to print

FBC Perrysburg AWANA Sign-in/Sign-out Policy

Dear Parents,

For the safety of your children, the Awana Club at FBC has a sign-in and sign-out policy. You will need to sign your child in and sign them out every Club night. The check-in table where this will be done is in the front foyer. Puggles and Cubbies can be signed-in in their respective rooms. We always welcome parents to join us for club on Wednesday evenings.

Below you will find a form that you will need to complete with your registration packet.

If you have any questions please feel free to ask.

Thank you for your understanding,

 

 

Child/Children's First and Last Name(s):

 

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I give my permission for the following people to pick up and/or visit my child at Awana. I understand if someone other than who is listed below tries to pick them up they will not be released.

 

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Parents name printed:

 

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Parents Signature:

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Additional Information or Comments:

 

ORDER FORM for all clubs

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What WE Pledge at every club meeting

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The AWANA Cheer


Leader: What does Awana Stand for?

 

Response: Approved workmen are not ashamed.

 

Leader: What is the first goal of Awana?

 

Response: To reach boys and girls with the gospel of Christ.

 

Leader: What is the second goal of Awana?

 

Response: To train them to serve Him!


Leader: Where do we find that in the Bible?


Response: 2 Timothy 2:15 - "Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be

ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth."