Awana is an acronym for

"Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed".


The Bible verse from which this originated is 2 Timothy 2:15 which states : Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.

Awana Clubs At Faith

Our Awana clubs meet every Wednesday evening from 6:45 pm until 8:15 pm.

Our youngest children, Puggles and Cubbies, meet in our "Tree House Children's Ministry" classrooms. The Tree House is on the upper floor of our building B. Both of these clubs are dedicated and centered on providing even the youngest child an opportunity to begin learning about Jesus and His love for them. 

Older children, Sparks and Truth In Training (T&T), meet in our gymnasium. Each club is divided into groups by age and have their own curriculum to gain a solid foundation for our Christian believes and help them to grow in Christ.

Each club has a portion of time allotted for games, snacks (Puggles and Cubbies), Bible lessons, and handbook study.  Hearing, understanding and memorizing Bible verses and handbook sections is encouraged in all clubs.  Clubbers earn awards for Bible memorization, sections/books completed and other activities.

Faith hosts the Faith Awana Games and Sparks-O-Rama every year in our gym.  Churches from our area compete during the high energy games and contests offered at the games.

All of the Bible scripture materials used in Awana at Faith is taken from the King James Version of the Bible.