Awana Clubs provide an active program for boys and
girls on Wednesday nights during the school year from 6:30 - 8:10 p.m.
Contact our AWANA commander, David Martyn.
evening is divided into 3 periods:
children enjoy a great evening of Bible learning,
Scripture memory, and recreation. Children earn
awards during their achievement time and wear them
on their Awana shirts or vests.
Special events include the Grand Prix, Awana Games
(which provide competition with other churches),
Parents' Night, the Awana Christmas Puppet Program,
Awards Night, and the Awana Fair.
Awana Clubs are provided for three age groups:
Cubbies: 3 and 4-year olds - Upper
Cubbies Parent Handbook
Sparks: Grades K-2 - Lower level
Truth and Training: Grades 3-6
Awana year begins the second Wednesday of September
and concludes with an Awana event the second Wednesday
Awana club also supports an Awana Club in Romania!!
During the time that we support an international
club, we help them with their start-up costs to
begin their Awana Club. We have three different
ways that we collect money for out adopt-a-club
- We collect money with the adopt-a-club
coin cards. Each card holds 20 quarters ($5).
The clubber takes a coin card home, fills it up
and returns it to club to help with adopt-a-club.
We encourage the clubbers to earn the money that
they put in the coin card as it would make the
project more meaningful to them. The coin cards
are available upon request in the Awana office.
- We collect money through the
Gordon Food Service Fun Funds program. The Fun
Funds program is free, and it gives a portion
of what you spend back to the organization with
which you register - in this case North Park Baptist
Church's Awana Program. All money through the
Gordon Food Service Fun Funds program is used
to support our adopt-a-club. Registration forms
for this program are available in the Awana office.
- We also collect pop cans. The
clubbers can bring pop cans with them to clubs
and turn them in to their leaders. All the pop
cans are returned to the store, and the money
is put in the adopt-a-club fund.
also encourage the clubbers to pray for our club
in Romania as they reach many kids for Christ.
has had a PaperGator Recycling dumpster delivered
to the church. The dumpster is located near the
southwest corner of the church building. You are
welcome to drop off your paper recycling products
in the dumpster at any time. The following items
may be placed in the dumpster:
- junk mail
- phone books
- office/school paper
don't place any of the following items in the dumpster:
paper products will be picked up by BPV Environmental
to be processed. The paper will be shredded and
processed into hydroseeding mulch, lawn establishment
products, lawn repair products, cat litter, dog
litter or small animal bedding.
will receive a check for the paper products picked
up. The proceeds will be used to help Awana clubs
in other locations through the Awana Adopt-a-Club
program, to help our Awana missionaries and other
special projects. Please see David Martyn if you
have any questions!