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awana-clubs-logo-color“Approved workmen are not ashamed.”  2 Timothy 2:15

2018-19 Awana concluded on May 22, 2019.

Registration for 2019-20 will open on Thursday, July 25, 2019.

Awana Club meets at Brandywine Valley Baptist Church (BVBC) on Wednesdays beginning Sept. 11, 2019, 6:30-8:00 p.m., and is open to those ages 3 year olds (must be age 3 by 8/31) through 5th grade. Awana Club meets September 11, 2019 through May 13, 2020, coordinating with the school year and with BVBC’s Student Ministry Small Groups. Awana Closing Program is on May 20, 2020.

During club time, children encounter special Awana games, Scripture memorization in handbook time, and Bible-based teaching. The Awana program is designed to develop a Biblical foundation for faith based on respect for God, wisdom from His Word, and grace in all relationships. Our program consists of three groups:

CubbiesLogo_CMYK – Children age 3 up to Kindergarten. 

sparks-logo-color – Children in Kindergarten – 2nd Grade

UltAdventure-color – Children in 3rd – 5th Grade

Once registration opens, it remains open throughout the school year.  An annual fee of $30 per child is due at the time of registration, and includes handbooks, uniforms, awards, and club dues. When you register on Wednesday nights, please bring cash or check payment with you.  Scholarships are available for those who qualify.  Please contact Kristi Pullig at (302)478-4255 for scholarship information.

The AWANA program has been around for 60 years and has a proven record of instilling children with faith in Christ.  The clubs are designed to develop a biblical foundation for faith based on respect for God, wisdom from His Word, and grace in all relationships.  The exciting format of weekly gatherings and game time draws kids who don’t know Jesus.

AWANA brings parents and children together to build kids’ lives on God’s Word.  The curriculum creates opportunities for dads and moms to get involved in their child’s discipleship week after week.  To find out more, visit www.awana.org.