AWANA 2021-2022 CLub Registration

Pajama Night April 27th

Sundae Night may 4th

awards night may 11th

Online Registration is open

(see links below) 

Click on Club name to register

One registration form per child - Please pay after registering last child

Cubbies / 3 yrs (By Sept 1 & potty trained) to Pre-K / 6:30 PM - 8:10 PM

Sparks / K-2nd Grade / 6:30 PM - 8:15 PM

T&T (Truth & Training) / 3rd - 6th Grade / 6:30 PM - 8:15 PM

Trek / 7th & 8th Grade / 6:30 PM - 8:15 PM

Journey / 9th - 12th Grade / 6:30 PM - 8:15 PM

Parent & Clubber Guide

Club Calendar

  Aug. - May

Volunteers please fill out the Volunteer Registration & 

background check for each year, click below for links.

Volunteer Registration

Background Check

Want to help support our Awana Club while you shop? 

Link your Fred Meyer shopper card to our club & we'll receive a percentage of what you's that easy! Look for Christ the Rock Awana Club AW819


Please contact:

Kim Nestorek or Shannen Kennedy at


AWANA Missionaries

Joel and Baily Easling

"I, therefore, the prisoner of the Lord , beseech you to walk worthy

of the calling with which you were called'" 

Ephesians 4:1-3

Our Vision

That all children in SW Washington would come to know, love and serve the Lord Jesus Christ. That our clubs and leaders would be thoroughly equipped to build Resilient Disciples of Jesus in an ever-shifting cultural landscape.

Awana at the Rock

Awana Clubs are an exciting opportunity for our children to benefit spiritually, mentally, physically and emotionally from each weekly meeting. Our Awana clubs offers a positive, loving atmosphere. Through Awana, our children can develop their social skills such as sharing, listening and relating to others. Through achievement and awards, our children will gain a sense of accomplishment that leads to future successes in all areas of life. The heart of Awana is its biblical stand that stresses the preeminence of the Word of God. The great Scripture verses on salvation and Christian growth are the core of all the Awana achievements.

Weekly meetings have three components: council time, handbook time, & game time. Council time, includes flag ceremonies, music, announcements and a Bible lesson. Handbook time emphasizes individual contact between clubbers and leaders. Leaders meet with a small group of clubbers to listen to them recite their memory work and to encourage them to greater participation and handbook achievements. Clubbers earn handbook awards during this part of the meeting. Game time teaches fair play and teamwork while providing a release for stored-up energy.

Awana Clubs International, which derives its name from 2 Timothy. In 1950 Awana was founded in Chicago, Illinois by Art Rohiem and Lance 'Doc" Latham. It is an international Bible-centered youth ministry providing local churches with weekly clubs and programs for three-year-olds through highschoolers. Our goal is to reach boys and girls and their families with the gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him.

Click here to go to Awana Clubs International's Website


Puget Sound CAMP 2022

July 30th - August 6th

It is a camp designed for Awana Clubbers entering the 6th grade this fall through those graduating from High School in the spring. A camper must complete one 3rd - 12th grade Awana handbook to attend the first time, 

and then complete an Awana handbook each year to return.

For more information, you can visit them at Puget Sound Camp Home Page