Awana Ministry

Commanders: George & Lela King

If you have any questions about the Awana program or you would like to volunteer, please email us at  

The AWANA program is on hold at this time during the COVID-19 break. We will be assessing the situation at a later date.

About the Awana Program:

The 2019-2020 Awana year began in September 2019 and will continue through May 2020. We look forward to seeing the kids have a fun time learning about Jesus, memorizing bible verses, and growing physically and spiritually. Your kids will have a workbook to bring home to read a story, participate in an activity about the story and memorize the bible verse. When they return to Awana the following week, they will recite the verse to their leader who will then sign off. Complete the book and get recognized and receive an award during the ceremony.


We meet on Sunday nights from 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM during the school year in the Education Center here at church. 


Cubbies - 3yo - Pre K

Sparks - K - 2nd grade

T & T Boys & Girls - 3rd grade - 6th grade

What does AWANA mean? 

“Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed” 2 Timothy 2:15

 Purpose of the Awana Ministry 

*To reach boys and girls with the gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him.

*To reach parents and family members with the gospel.

*To train adults to minister to children.

 Awana pledge 

I pledge allegiance to the Awana flag which stands for the Awana clubs whose goal is to reach boys and girls with the Gospel of Christ and to train them to serve Him.

 How Awana Parents Can Help 

*Establish a regular time to work on their section with your child…morning and evening

*Read with your child each week’s section and follow the simple instructions

*Listen to your child recite the verse and sign your name. Be ENCOURAGING!

*Check the Calendar to see what the next week brings to your clubber

 Child Protection 

We live in a world of sinners. We know this and still we’re appalled that we need to protect our children. We as Cornerstone Awana have taken every step to make sure your kids are in good hands. Only Awana Workers are ALLOWED in Awana area.

Cornerstone Awana Rules 

*Be nice to our FRIENDS (no hitting/kicking)

*Only KIND words allowed

*Show RESPECT to our Leaders/Assistants/Clubbers

*Be quiet throughout Church building

*No outside belongings should come to church

Awana Dress Code 

All Leaders and Clubbers must wear their uniform and bring their handbook to club each week.
Tennis shoes and jeans should be worn for safety reasons.

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If you are interested in volunteering in the AWANA program, please see George or Lela King or email us at
Hope to see you here. 

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