AWANA Ministry

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AWANA stand for:  “APPROVED WORKMEN ARE NOT ASHAMED”

(2 Timothy 2:15)

5 Principles of AWANA

  • Awana is centered on the gospel
  • Scripture memory is key
  • Awana is exciting and fun
  • Children and youth are trained to serve
  • Awana is built on strong leadership

Mission Statement:

Awana helps church and parents work together to develop spiritually strong children and youth who faithfully follow Jesus Christ. Our program offers a proven approach for evangelizing and discipline kids in the church and community.

Goal:

  • To reach boys and girls with the gospel of Christ.
  • To train them to serve Him!

RCCC AWANA Ministry at Friday evening from 7:30pm to 9:30pm

  • Opening Ceremony – Check-in starts at 7:15pm; and all AWANA clubs’ opening ceremony at 7:30pm.
  • Large Group Time – The entire club meets together for singing, a Bible lesson, testimonies, award presentations and announcements.
  • Handbook Time – Clubbers meet with individual leaders in a small group setting. This time allows leaders and clubbers to build up relationships. Leaders help clubbers to memorize Bible verses, understand the verses’ meanings, answer questions about the Bible lesson and share the gospel with clubbers.
  • Game Time – This is a fun, high-energy time that attracts children to club. This segment is a practical process base on the Bible learning during the games to build up clubbers’ good characters like patience, obedience, team work, perseverance, honest etc.

COME AND JOIN US !

The handbooks time, Large Group Time, combined with the game time and awards surely make our program an unforgettable and exciting experience for all children on a journey through the entire Bible!

Our New AWANA year starts on 9/8/2017!

Registration is now open!!!

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