What is Awana?
Awana at Bethel is a fun and meaningful way for kids and parents to grow in their love and knowledge of God. All you ever wanted to know about Awana can be found at www.awana.org. Awana centers around a Wednesday evening club night where kids play games, memorize Scripture, and are discipled by a trained, caring team of staff and volunteers.
But the learning doesn’t stop there. Throughout each week, kids and parents work together to learn and study the Bible.
At Awana we have a lot of fun! We also learn truth from God’s Word that sticks with us for a lifetime.
- May 7 – Awards night
- May 14 – Carnival/Store, Cubbies Awards night
Register on Sunday morning or Wednesday night before Awana meets.
Dues $20 per child/$60 max per family.
Supplies for each child
Cubbies – $12.00
Sparks – $12.00
T&T 3-4 – $14.00
T&T 5-6 – $14.00
Bag – $6.00 (optional)
A great way to invest in your children and the next generation. A place to serve together. Volunteer positions for grades 7-12 and through adulthood.
Email Tracey Hallstrom or call her at 701.232.4476 for more information. During our ministry year you can join us at any time. You can also register on Wednesday nights at the Kid’s Welcome Desk.
How Awana Works
Awana – which stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed (2 Tim. 2:15) – is used by
churches around the world to effectively teach children the Bible. To facilitate age-appropriate learning environments, children are grouped into different club levels: Cubbies (three and four year olds), Sparks (kindergarteners through second graders), and T&T (third through sixth graders).
A Typical Awana Club Meeting
Activities each night are broken into three distinct phases. Our strategy here is to meet the needs of every child – from the rambunctious child who has energy to burn to the inquisitive one who loves to hear stories.
Individual and team competition takes place through circle games (exclusive to Awana) and playground favorites. Every child gets involved every night and has a chance to unleash his or her energy.
Children work one-on-one with a trained leader to complete assignments in the curriculum materials. Awana emphasizes memorization and understanding of key Bible verses that show how to know God and walk with Him. A series of awards and trophies reward achievements at every level as kids progress.
Everyone gathers together for singing, announcements, award distribution and, most importantly, a practical Bible message.
Have more Questions? Contact Tracey Hallstrom at email@example.com or 701.232.4476.
Available for kids 2 years – 6th grade
2 years Puggles (Puggles is only for kids whose parents are in a Wednesday night activity)
3-5 years Cubbies (Cubbies parents must be in the building during Awana)
1st grade Sparks
2nd grade Sparks
3rd grade T&T
4th grade T&T
5th grade T&T
6th grade T&T
Age/Grade – Cutoff Date is September 1