AWANA Calendar

Online Registration For Clubbers AND Leaders is now open


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Please contact:

Kim Nestorek or Shannen Kennedy at



2022/2023 awana registration


Please fill out one form per child!

  • Cubbies will meet from 6:30-8:10pm. They will say verses, listen to a bible story, play some games and have a snack! This year they will be going through the Appleseed Book.

  • Sparks will rotate during the night saying their verses, listening to a bible story and finishing up with games.

    Each year Sparks will start the book of the grade they are entering, this gives them a fresh start and excitement for the new AWANA year!

  • Truth and Training will rotate during the night saying their verses, playing games and finishing up with a bible lesson. They will be going through Agents of Grace as a club this year.

  • Trek will rotate first with Games and then head into saying verses and Bible lesson. This year the Trek students will be going through the book His People.

  • Join Journey this year as they go through the book Witness. They will start with games and end with small groups to say their verses and have an all group lesson.

AWANA   Leaders

2 Timothy 2:15

”Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth.”

Leaders are the heartbeat of any Awana Club.

We are so thankful for each and every leader

as they invest time in our clubbers.

They are planting seeds every Wednesday Night!

We would love for you to be on our team!

Please fill out THIS FORM ALONG with a

Background Check.

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 2023

More information to come!

Thank you for a great 2022 camp year

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