AWANA

Wednesday Nights from 6-7:30 PM

We will be celebrating the end of our AWANA Clubs year on May 4, 2022.

Our New AWANA Club year will begin on Wednesday, September 14

AWANA Clubs are for any child in Kindergarten through 8th Grade.

We do have a Preschool program called Cubbies, but this is for AWANA Workers children only.

Calendar: 2022-2023

(REMEMBER, IF LUDINGTON AREA SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED, SO IS AWANA.)

September 14th: Awana Club Night #1

September 21st: Awana Club Night #2

September 28th: Awana Club Night #3

October 5th: Awana Club Night #4

October 12th: Awana Club Night #5

October 19th: Awana Club Night #6

October 26th: Awana Club Night #7

November 2nd: Awana Club Night #8

November 9th: Awana Club Night #9

November 16th: Awana Club Night #10

November 23rd: Happy Thanksgiving – No Awana Club

November 30th: Awana Club Night #11

December 7th: Awana Club Night #12

December 14th: Awana Club Night #13

December 21st: Christmas Break – No Awana Club

December 28th: Christmas Break – No Awana Club

January 4th: Awana Club Night #14

January 11th: Awana Club Night #15

January 18th: Awana Club Night #16

January 25th: Awana Club Night #17

February 1st: Awana Club Night #18

February 8th: Awana Club Night #19

February 15th: Awana Club Night #20

February 22nd: Awana Club Night #21

March 1st: Awana Club Night #22

March 8th: Awana Club Night #23

March 15th: Awana Club Night #24

March 22nd: Awana Club Night #25

March 29th: Awana Club Night #36

April 5th: Awana Club Night #26

April 12th: Awana Club Night #27

April 19th: Awana Club Night #28

April 26th:Awana Club Night #29 – P Party

May 3rd: Awana Award Ceremony-Please come and celebrate your child’s hard work and accomplishments!


Parent Information Station

Dear Parents/Guardians, We are so excited and blessed to have your child in Awana with us this year! We truly believe that children are extra special to God. 

Awana stands for “Approved Workman Are Not Ashamed,” coming from the scripture 2 Timothy 2:15 and the goal of Awana is that children would know, love & serve the Lord Jesus Christ.  

Awana is a place where kids can: grow in their faith; have a blast at Game Time; hide God’s Word in their hearts; earn awesome prizes and awards and build relationships with their peers and leaders.


how to help your child with awana

Memorizing Scripture for sections is a huge part of Awana. Help kids practice their verses every day to hide God’s word in their hearts! • You can record your child saying their memory verse and email, FB, or text it to their leader. Have your child give you their leader’s contact information if you would like to do this. • Do the study with your child together or separately and talk about it. • SPARKS: There is a CD in the back of the book. Listen to this in the car, at home, or wherever. • T&T: There are parent pages available. Ask our Commander Lisa or Family Ministry Pastor Jason and we will be happy to get them to you! Your child also has numerous sections that involve asking you questions. • For more information about Awana go to their website: awana.org


Important Information

AWANA is from 6:00-7:30 pm Wednesdays September-May

Doors open at 5:50pm. All children and Awana staff meet in the Fellowship Hall for Opening Ceremony then they are dismissed to their individual clubs.

Drop-off and Pick-up are through the door by the office. The door closest to Nelson Road to the right of the main sanctuary door.

Registration is required and can be done as you enter the church.

If Ludington schools or after school activites are closed due to weather, AWANA is cancelled.

Dues of $0.25 cents a night or $7.00 for the year. Scholarships are available if needed.


How to complete and record sections at Home

Clubbers must memorize the verse without looking at the book/Bible. They may have up to 2 “helps.” • Parent must record the child saying the verse from memory and send it to the leader (by whatever avenue the leader has provided).

Leader will then give credit for the section at the next club meeting. • This is a great option for snow days, school breaks, or missed Awana meetings.


Ideas to help your child go deeper with God

“Train up a child in the way he should go, Even when he is old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6

Keysforkids.org has free daily devotionals for kids online, or they can be sent to you for free! There is also an app.

Focusonthefamily.com has at least a week’s worth of “Adventures in Odyssey” radio program on it for free. There is a new one everyday: “Created for children ages 8-12 (but loved by listeners of all ages), Adventures in Odyssey is a 30-minute drama that combines the faith lessons parents appreciate with characters and stories that kids love.” (From Focusonthefamily.com’s website). There is also on app for this.

Read a chapter of Psalms, Proverb’s, the Gospels, or any other book of the Bible with your children every day and talk about it. Ask: What did you learn, who is in this chapter, what can I apply to my life? Or anything else that comes up.