What is Awana:
Awana is our Wednesday night ministry throughout the school year for kids from 4 years old through 6th grade. This year it will be a online and in person model. We will have a zoom call for each club group where children will engage in Bible stories, Bible memorization, and connection and game time. While we will have the online format we will also be in person starting January 6th for each group. Awana focuses kids on the gospel of Christ and age appropriate discipleship, bundled with lots of fun.
We are encouraging families to gather together with other families for children and student ministries. This will provide some extra connection time for the kids. Host homes will tune in to the zoom calls on Wednesday nights together.
What to Expect:
You can expect that your child will experience engaging Bible lessons fun and game times, Bible memorization, encouraging adult leaders, awards for accomplishments and positive friendships with other clubber/s.
AWANA starts September 30th. Registration Fee: $10 per child with a max of $30 per family.
Who: Pre K - 6th grade (must be 4 yrs old by 9/1/2020)
When: 6:30pm-8pm in person and online
Books: Each child will need a book for the year. They are $11.
Shirts: Shirts are optional and range from $12-$16 if you would like one for your child.
BEAR HUG 12
Option 1: As you review the lesson from Bear Hug
12, encourage your child to make the sound effects
as you retell the story. For example, have him make
sounds of the shepherd calling for his sheep, and
then have him make sounds of the sheep.
Option 2: Search your local library for books or a
short video of sheep. (Or if you prefer, search online
for a short, educational video of sheep.) Read the
books or watch the video together. Discuss how the
sheep obey the person who cares for them. Remind
your child that Jesus is the Good Shepherd, and that
we need to obey Him.
Option 3: Review the definition of sin with your
Cubbie: a sin is anything we think (point to your
head), say (point to your mouth) or do (put your fist
in your hand) that disobeys God. Remind your child
that Jesus, the Good Shepherd, came to take the
punishment for sin.
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