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EASTANALLEE // AWANA Clubs

“Be diligent to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who doesn’t need to be ashamed, correctly teaching the word of truth” –2 Timothy 2:15

AWANA teaches children to know, love and serve Jesus through engaging Bible lessons, and by the memorization of Bible scripture, and it teaches children the importance of loving and serving others. One of the main goals of AWANA is to make disciples for Jesus, and then train them to go out and do the same. While it’s a serious mission, AWANA encourages children to have fun in the process which is a proven way for churches to impact their communities and train children for leadership.

AWANA stands for “Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed”. The key verse of AWANA is

“Be diligent to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who doesn’t need to be ashamed, correctly teaching the word of truth.”
— 2 Timothy 2:15

AWANA teaches children to know, love and serve Jesus through engaging Bible lessons, and by the memorization of Bible scripture, and it teaches children the importance of loving and serving others. One of the main goals of AWANA is to make disciples for Jesus, and then train them to go out and do the same. While it’s a serious mission, AWANA encourages children to have fun in the process which is a proven way for churches to impact their communities and train children for leadership.

The Gospel of Jesus Christ is the central focus of everything that happens at AWANA. And above all else, AWANA teaches children to value the Gospel. A child’s world-view will be shaped by how well they come to know, love and serve Jesus. Every child who attends AWANA will hear the Gospel message, and with millions of people in the world never hearing the name of Jesus, that’s a huge reason to take part in the AWANA program!

AWANA provides children with a foundation for spiritual maturity through Bible-based, long-term discipleship, that will impact them the rest of their lives. 92% of Awana Clubbers remain active in the church into adulthood, and 93% of Clubbers believe Jesus is the only way to salvation. 

The mission of the Eastanallee Kid’s Ministry is to partner with parents to introduce kids to Jesus and disciple them as Christ-followers that they might introduce the next generation to Jesus and make disciples of them. The mission of AWANA and the mission of the Eastanallee Kid’s Ministry go hand-in-hand! The programs we take part in at EBC are those that help us to complete our mission. That is why we choose AWANA!

 
 

FAQ


What club should my child be registered for?

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What fees are required to join the AWANA Club?

Each child is asked to pay $.50 weekly for Awana Club dues, but if you are unable to pay this, please let us know.

*Payment for a uniform is not required until your child has earned his/her uniform. A note will be sent home to you letting you know the fee for your child’s uniform is now due.

 

Do I need to purchase a book for my child?

Eastanallee Church will provide a handbook for each clubber. If a replacement book is required due to loss or damage, you will be responsible to buy a new book. (See below for pricing information).

*If your child is new to Awana, they need to start in Book 1 of their group regardless of their grade.

 

Do I need to purchase a uniform for my child?

Yes, if your child is new to Awana or if they are starting a new group.  Each group has their own uniform.  Cubbies have a blue vest, Sparks have a red vest, and T&T has a green or blue jersey.  Since children may remain in one club for multiple years, please take into consideration the child’s current size and anticipated growth when selecting the size of uniform. (See below for pricing information). 

*Awana uniforms run small, so please order one size larger than your child’s normal size.

 

Do I need to purchase the handbook bag?

The handbook bag would be useful to your clubber, but you are not obligated to purchase it. It is useful to carry all their club supplies. (See below for pricing information).

 

When will my child receive the items I purchase?

Uniforms are earned throughout the Awana club year, so they will be given to your child once he/she has completed the required steps. Uniforms and handbook bags usually come within one week after we place the order.

 

Who should I make out my check to?

Please make your check payable to Eastanallee Baptist Church, or EBC, and write Awana in the memo line.  You may also pay with cash.

 
 

Pricing Information


Handbooks- First book is provided by EBC. Pricing is for replacement books only.

  • Cubbies (ages 3-4): $15.00
  • Sparks (K-2nd grade): $15.00
  • T & T (3rd-6th grade): $15.00
 

Uniforms

  • Cubbie Vest (ages 3-4): $15.00
  • Sparks Vest (K-2nd grade): $15.00
  • T & T Jersey (3rd-6th grade): $22.00
 

Handbook Bags–OPTIONAL

  • Cubbies Handbook Bag: $9.00
  • Sparks Handbook Bag: $9.00
  • T & T Sling Bag: $12.00