Fun with a purpose!
Awana Clubs at SAYSF Bible Church are fun with a purpose–to reach boys and girls with the gospel of Christ and to train them to serve Him. The weekly Awana experience includes games, Bible lessons, crafts, singing, small group interaction, and Bible memory exercises. Here, children learn about God’s personal love for them, and how to honor Him in their daily lives.
Awana Clubs at SAYSF Bible Church meet Sunday evenings, at 5:30 p.m.! Awana Clubs are suspended for the summer but will resume after Labor Day. Register by downloading the form below and returning it to the church office.
SAYSF offers four Awana Clubs:
|Cubbies||3 and 4 year old preschoolers|
|Sparks||Kindergarten through 2nd graders|
|Truth & Training||3rd through 6th graders|
|Trek (NEW)||6th through 8th graders|
how to register
Kevin and Lori Johnson direct the Awana ministry at SAYSF Bible Church.
Parents can register their child/children by downloading and completing our Awana Registration Form, and doing one of the following:
- return it to the church office
- place it in the Johnson’s mailbox #112
- scan the completed form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also complete the form and bring it with you when you come to Awana.
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