Each week, more than 4 million kids from ages 2-18 take part in Awana through more than 50,000 churches in 120 countries. Centered on the gospel, Awana uses Scripture memory in a fun, exciting environment to teach children and youth to know, live and share the gospel and to serve Christ locally and globally. Awana stands for "Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed"! (2 Timothy 2:15).
Awana at Tysons
If you are interested in Awana Registration, please email [email protected]
Awana T&T Boys Campout
Awana Journey Outing
Awana is a program for youth 3 years old through 12th grade that focuses on learning God’s Word in a fun atmosphere. Each week, Awana provides consistent, positive teaching and training that stresses strong moral and spiritual values. Our clubbers learn about the reality of God and the truth of the Bible. Awana meets from September through May on Sundays, 5:00 - 6:45 pm.
A typical night at Awana is broken down into 3 segments:
Game Time - Every Awana meeting kicks off in high gear with lots of team competition. Organized games get all of the children to participate, unleashing natural energy & enthusiasm.
Handbook Time - Using achievement-oriented learning segments, Awana training emphasizes the importance of God & His Word for sound living. Clubbers progress through handbooks at their own pace & leaders meet with them individually to go over what they have learned.
Council Time - Council time begins with group Bible study that is tailored to the ages of the clubbers.
Additionally, fun events are scheduled throughout the year for clubbers to invite their friends to. Events usually include:
- Grand Prix
- Boys camp out
- Girls Lock-in
- Boys Lock-in
Cubbies must be 3 years old by September 30 of the current year
Sparks (Kindergarten) must be 5 years by September 30 of the current year. If your child is not starting Kindergarten this fall, please enroll them in Cubbies.
1st Grade through 12th Grade. Child goes in same class they are in at school or with same age children if homeschooled.
Club dues are paid at the time of registration and are $45 until July 1, then $55 thereafter.. These dues help to cover the cost of books, awards, and activities throughout the year. Uniforms are a separate expense and may be purchased at club when your child earns the uniform.
Children are considered enrolled when all dues are paid, all forms are submitted, and there are enough volunteers to staff the classrooms. Limited scholarships may be available; please contact us. Typically a scholarship is ½ the cost of annual dues. If classes are full, your child will be placed on a waiting list and we will notify you.
Enrollment priority is given in the following order:
- Regular weekly Awana volunteers (guaranteed enrollment).
- All those who have paid dues and submitted forms are taken on a first come, first serve basis, depending on space availability.
Parent/Guardian Volunteer Policy
All Awana parents/guardians are requested to serve in some capacity. Volunteer position descriptions and preference choices are on the Enrollment Form. The best volunteer for your child is a weekly volunteer! Please contact us if you have any questions.
Our MBC Tysons Awana club helps to sponsor Awana Clubs in El Salvador. Awana clubbers donate money that they personally earn to spread the gospel to children around the world.