Awana is a global, nonprofit ministry with fully integrated evangelism and long-­term discipleship programs for ages 3 to 18 that actively involves parents and church leaders. Each week, more than 2 million children and youth, 330,000 volunteers and 260 field staff take part in Awana in 30,000 churches around the world. Offered through local churches, Awana reaches kids where they’re at and walks alongside them in their faith journey.

Come join us Wednesdays from 6-8 PM! (Check the calendar for holidays, breaks, etc.)

Awana Moto: Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed.

Awana Vision: “Our prayer is that all children and youth throughout the world will come to know, love, and serve the Lord Jesus Christ.”

The Awana ministry will help to fulfill the overall vision of our Children’s Ministry.

Let’s get started!

1. Please fill out this form and email it to awana@grandviewcc.org

2. The fee per child is $35 for the school year and $5 dollars less for each additional child. Example: 1st child $35, 2nd child $30, 3rd child $25, etc.

  • The fees can be paid via check to GrandView Community Church, cash or through the Paypal link below.
  • If you choose to pay online, please select the number of children in the drop down menu.
Awana registration

Theme Nights, Events, Dinner & No Awana Dates for 2018-2019
*Please sign up for the dinner so we have enough food*

October 3rd
PJ Night and Chicken Pot Pie Dinner

November 7th
Crazy Hair Night and Baked Potato Bar Dinner

November 14th
Drive-In Movie Night

November 21st
No Awana; Thanksgiving break.

December 5th
Crazy Sock Night

December 12th
Christmas Potluck Dinner, parents invited!
Church will provide ham, please sign up for a side dish or dessert.

December 26th
NO AWANA – Christmas break

January 2nd
NO AWANA – Christmas break

At GrandView CC, we strive to show kids the love of Christ.  We aren’t concerned with how many kids we have in our program but with how many kids are not involved in church and are searching for somewhere to plug-in and be accepted.

Awana Kids Club is a Place where Kids Can:

  1. Be with their peers
  2. Have a blast at Game Time
  3. Memorize verses to complete handbooks.
  4. Earn awesome prizes and awards
  5. Feel Loved

 

Handbook Progression

Now your clubber has their handbook, what do they do?

SPARKS (Kindergarten thru 2nd) Sparks ignites the curiosity of early elementary-age kids to learn about the people and events of the Bible, building a foundation of wisdom for knowing Christ. Children in kindergarten to second grade love their red vests, the exciting games and spending time with leaders and friends. Sparks is divided into three years, each with a unique rank: HangGlider, WingRunner and SkyStormer. Completion of the rank test will earn them their Rank Patch.  Each handbook contains four Bible Drills (red jewels) that must be completed in order and four Activity sections (green jewels) that may be completed in any order and concurrently with the Bible Drills.  Some of the activities can take several weeks to complete and should not be left to the end.  All steps within a section must be completed in order.  There are also four (blue jewels) awarded for attendance throughout the club year.  After completion of the Bible Drills and Activities, all the memory work and some of the activities are reviewed and an extra review section can be completed to earn an extra patch.  There is also an extra credit workbook available for each rank that can be completed to earn an additional pin.

TRUTH & TRAINING (3RD-6TH) clubbers have handbooks called Missions: Evidence of Grace.  This book contains 30 Bible studies, memory verses, extra-credit verses and extra Bible studies. Clubbers will progress through their books at their own pace. Each unit contains Bonus Box the clubber can work on. Silver Extra credit is an optional Bible study found in each unit; can be done without completing Gold Extra credit.  Gold Extra credit is additional memory verses found in each unit; can be done without completing Silver Extra credit.  Pray Journal pages are for the clubber to record their personal prayer requests and those shared by leaders and peers at T & T.

TREK (7th – 8th) clubbers have handbooks called “His people”, “His Story” and “His Love” Bible Studies.  These guides are filled with Bible learning; life applications and Scripture memory that help students understand God’s story and how it applies to them.  . Trek Essentials is ideal for new believers and young Christians just starting to grow in their faith.  Clubbers will progress through their books at their own pace.  It has 4 units with 7 sections per unit. It is suggested that three or four sections be completed each week in order to complete the handbook within the club year.