AWANA Clubs at WCC
Director of Children’s Ministries:
AWANA Clubs at WCC
age 3 through 8th grade
Meets Sunday evenings
4:00 – 6:00 p.m
September – May
Calendar of Events
How can I sign up for Awana@WCC?
Download the registration form, fill it out in its entirety, and bring it to any club meeting. Mr Casey(the “Club Commander”) will direct you to the club secretary, where you can pay club dues and place an order for your child’s handbook and uniform.
When does Awana@WCC meet?
Awana@WCC meets on Sundays from 4:00-6:00 pm. The club year runs from September to May, with scheduled breaks for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter.
How old do my kids have to be to join Awana@WCC?
Woodbridge Community Church is delighted to host Awana Club meetings for children ages 3-14 (preschool-8th grade). There are four Awana “clubs” at WCC: Cubbies, for children in preschool (3-5 years old); Sparks, for kindergarteners through 2nd graders; Truth & Training (known to us as “T&T”), for 3rd through 6th graders and TREK, for Junior High students.
How much does it cost to join Awana@WCC?
Clubbers are required to purchase uniforms and handbooks (approximately $25.00 for the two) and pay dues ($60.00 yearly or $2.00 per week).
Where did you get the name “Awana”?
The name “Awana” is derived from 2 Timothy 2:15, which includes the phrase “Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed.” Borne of a desire to help children hide God’s Word in their hearts and create a safe and fun environment into which they could invite their friends, Awana has grown from a local church ministry in Chicago, IL, into an international ministry serving children in over 70 countries around the world. For more information about the ministry of Awana Clubs International, visit awana.org.
What does a typical Awana meeting took like?
For Sparks and T&T clubbers, every “normal” meeting consists of five main elements: Opening ceremony (4:00-4:10), Game time (4:10-4:45), Handbook time (4:45-5:25), Council time (5:25-5:50), and Closing ceremony (5:50-6:00). Occasionally, we will deviate from the schedule in order to accommodate special events such as the Awana Christmas Store, Drive-In Movie night, and Wet ‘n’ Wild night. Special events are included in the yearly Awana @ WCC calendar.
Our TREK club provides a short study and response time and then the students become LIT’s (leaders in training) in the other clubs for the rest of the evening. They are now learning to know, love and SERVE God.
Photos: Special Events
Scripture Lady comes to visit
|Drive-In Movie Night||Cubbie Cake|
|Sparks Celebrate||Truth and Training Finale||Cubbies sing and recite verses|
Casey Chow, Awana Commander
AwanaWCC@gmail.com or call 949-701-7127
Woodbridge Community Church
Sun 11/3/13 Regular Awana Night
Sun 11/10/13 No Awana
Mon, 11/11/13 Veteran’s Day
Sun 11/17/13 Special Event – Backwards Night
Sun 11/24/13 No Awana
M-F 11/25-29 Thanksgiving
Sun 12/1/13 Regular Awana Night
Sun 12/8/13 Regular Awana Night
Sun 12/15/13 Regular Awana Night
Sun 12/22/13 Special Event – Christmas Event
Sun 12/29/13 No Awana
Sun 1/5/14 No Awana
Sun 1/12/14 Regular Awana Night
Sun 1/19/14 Special Event – Drive In Movie Night
Sun 1/26/14 Regular Awana Night
Sun 2/2/14 No Awana
2/2 SuperBowl Sunday
Sun 2/9/14 Special Event – Valentine’s Cookie Exchange
Sun 2/16/14 No Awana
Sun 2/23/14 Regular Awana Night
Sun 3/2/14 Regular Awana Night
Sun 3/9/14 Regular Awana Night
Sun 3/16/14 Regular Awana Night
Sun 3/23/14 Regular Awana Night
Sun 3/30/14 Regular Awana Night
Sun 4/6/14 Regular Awana Night
Sun 4/13/14 Special Event – Palm Sundaes
Sun 4/20/14 No Awana
4/20 Easter Sunday
Sun 4/27/14 Regular Awana Night
Sun 5/4/14 Special Event – Wet ‘n’ Wild Night
Sun 5/11/14 Regular Awana Night
Sun 5/18/14 Last Day of Awana
|Commander Casey says …|
Check our calendar for upcoming special events as well as regular activities in our AWANA calendar.
Registrations are available online as well as through the church office or come by on Sunday at 3;45pm to complete yours.
Uniforms and books are purchased separately, the kids are required to complete an introduction first before they begin their books, uniforms are important as part of our AWANA policy and they help the kids feel part of the club.