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 Loudoun
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Our Awana Club currently includes programs from age 2 (Puggles) through ages 3 and 4 (Cubbies), Kindergarten through 2nd grade (Sparks), 3rd through 5th grade (T&T), 6th through 8th grade (Trek), and our 9th through 12th grade program (Journey).
- Game time - A key principle of Awana is that Awana is exciting and FUN! Every part of our Awana Club features high-energy, healthy, and biblically-centered team competition. Organized games get all of the children and youth to participate, unleashing natural energy & enthusiasm.Here is an idea of what a typical night for your clubber might look like. Each club night is broken into 3 parts:
- Handbook Time - Using achievement-oriented learning segments, Awana training emphasizes the importance of God & His Word for salvation, for learning to know and abide in Him, and for sound living. Clubbers progress through handbooks & leaders meet with them individually to go over what they have learned each week.
- Large Group Time - Large Group time consists of a Bible lesson tailored to the ages of the Clubbers. Large group features guest speakers throughout the year, and involves age-appropriate worship in most of our Clubs as well. The most important thing we do in Awana is tell children and youth about the gospel (1 Cor. 15:1-4) - what Jesus did for them on the cross. The gospel is presented with clarity and urgency at every age group, in every large group, every week in our Awana Club.
Meeting Date & Time
Sundays during the school year
4-5:45 pm (3:45 pm fast track)