Wednesdays, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM from September through May.
AWANA is a fun way for kids to learn about God through the Bible. Each age group has its own age-appropriate AWANA club:
§ Ages 3-4 (Cubbies)
§ K – 2nd (Sparks)
§ 3rd – 6th Grade (Truth & Training)
§ 7th – 8th (Trek)
§ 9th – 12th (Journey)
What is Awana?
The name Awana is an acronym that stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed. It is taken from the Bible in II Timothy 2:15 which reads, “Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the Word of Truth.” (KJV) As one of the fastest growing youth organizations, Awana provides a local church-sponsored program for boys and girls of all ages. Our hope is that all club members will develop faith in Jesus Christ as their personal Savior, and then build on that foundation to become obedient servants of God.
Why Do Children Enjoy Awana?
Awana clubs are loaded with exciting activities! Three segments (game time, handbook time and council time) provide start-to-finish adventure. And there is a purpose in each.
Fredericktowne Baptist Church is one of the few churches in the immediate area that offer clubs for children of all ages; Preschool through high school.
Every year we celebrate the achievements all of our clubbers with a closing ceremony. It is a time of great anticipation and joy as each individual child is recognized for his or her achievement in the program.
Many of our clubbers graduate from the program earning their Citation Award. This is the highest award that can be earned in Awana. This is given to high school seniors who complete 10 years-worth of Awana curriculum – third through 12th grade.
Our Leaders –
Our AWANA Commander is Jeffry L. Roberson and his wife Mary Ellen Roberson. The also direct the TREK Club which is Jr. High age (7th and 8th grade).
Cubbies is Directed by Emily and Ellen Forsberg
Sparks is Directed by Jim Duncan and Gary Richard
Truth and Training (T&T) is Directed by Dave and Julie Gearinger
Trek is Directed by Jeffry and Mary Ellen Roberson
Journey is Directed by Frank Kelly
Contact information for these individuals can be obtained at club meetings.
Every Awana club meeting has a game time, which includes age appropriate team and individual competition. Dozens of organized games allow everyone to participate in teach teamwork and sportsmanship.
Using achievement-oriented learning segments (sections), Awana training emphasizes the importance of God’s word for sound living. Clubbers progress through graded handbooks, w
This is a general session for everyone. It is a time for group Bible study, followed by awards and recognition for individual handbook progress and for points scored in team play.
Awana activities extend beyond weekly meetings. Special events include Scholarship Camp, Bible Quizzing and Grand Prix just to name a few of the year-round exciting activities.