2019/2020 AWANA Year Online Registration (Click Here).
*Please fill out 1 registration per child.
**If you would rather download a hard copy and turn it in, click here.
2019/2020 AWANA Year Theme Calendar (Click Here).
2019/2020 Bethel AWANA Consent and Release Form (Click Here)
**Every child MUST have one complete and signed.
2019/2020 Cubbie Year Calendar (Click Here).
2019/2020 AWANA Year Information
The 2019/2020 Bethel AWANA year starts on August 25, with our annual AWANA Kick-off Event. Details for this event can be found at
Our Weekly Wednesday Night AWANA Club will begin on August 28, with the below schedule:
Opening Ceremonies in Children's Chapel
AWANA Commander - Joey Hurlocker
Puggles & Cubbies - Game Time
Sparks - Large Group Time
TnT - Book Time
Puggles & Cubbies - Snack & Large Group Time
Sparks - Book Time
TnT - Game Time
Puggles & Cubbies - Book Time
Sparks - Game Time
TnT - Large Group Time
What is AWANA?
The AWANA programs stem from 2 Timothy 2:15, "Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." KJV
The goal behind AWANA at Bethel is to encourage children to hide the Word of God in their heart, thus laying a foundation for effect service to our Heavenly Father. (Ps. 119:11, Joshua 1:8, 2 Tim. 3:16, Deut. 11:18, Ps. 1:1-3). All of these passages speak of the importance of studying and memorizing the all-powerful Word of God.
We strive to create an environment where the kids not only memorize Scripture like a verse factory, but also fully understand what that verse means.
AWANA starts promptly at 6:15pm and ends at 8:00pm. Please make every effort in dropping off and picking up your child at the scheduled time. We use a computerized Check-In system. You will be able to start checking in your children as early as 5:45pm. Children will only be allowed to go with parents and/or guardians who have the matching check out sticker received at the time of check in. If someone different plans to pick up, please make arrangements at the Welcome Center before leaving your children. (All check-in and check-out takes place on the children’s hall.)
In order to receive full benefit from AWANA, the children must work on their verse memorization (and for Sparks and TnT, take home assignments) at home. Please set aside a little time each week to help and encourage your child in this area.
No excess talking during verse/book time. Children should be studying and reciting the sections they have worked on.
Game time is for fun! The only thing we ask is that children listen and follow instructions promptly for their safety and to avoid wasting their time for fun and fellowship. Please remember to wear close-toed athletic shoes for game time. Flip flops and bare feet are highly not recommended.
Any disciplinary needs will be handled in a loving manner, with clear communication and insight from the parent or guardian of the child.