Awana has ended for the school year!

We’ll see you again on September 7, from 6-7:30 p.m. 


What Is Awana?

Awana is a weekly program for kids to learn the Bible, grow in their faith, and have a blast doing it! Awana stands for “Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed,” as taken from 2 Timothy 2:15. Each week, kids from preschool through 5th grade will meet and have lessons, learn verses, and play games. The groups are broken up into Cubbies (preschool), Sparks (K-2), and T&T (3-5).


Join us for a Family Meal on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 5 PM.


How do we sign up for Awana?

You can register in person on Wednesday evenings or by contacting the church office.

If you have any additional questions, please contact Chris Lawhead via email at

What else do you do at Awana?

Throughout the year, we will have lots of other fun things to do. We will have theme nights, Awana store where kids can purchase prizes, and Grand Prix, which is similar to a pinewood derby.

What all happens with the Awana Grand Prix?

The Awana Grand Prix is pretty similar to a pinewood derby. Clubbers get a car kit and design, paint and decorate their car. The entry fee for the Grand Prix is $15. We generally have two workshop days to help parents and clubbers. We have the tools and materials to cut, sand, and paint the cars.

On the day of the race, clubbers and parents check in and weigh the car. If any more work needs to happen, we have a work station set up that day to help. Then the race takes place. We offer speed and design awards for each club, Cubbies, Sparks and T & T. We even have a leader race! If you have additional questions about the Grand Prix, just contact the office!