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Join us in celebrating a year of God's work in the lives of our children at our Awana Closing Ceremony, Saturday, May 1st 9:30am-11:30am. The Parking Lot will be packed with Awana Clubbers who have worked hard this past year at memorizing scripture, completing handbook assignments, participating in outreach projects, and so much more! This program is our way of honoring them for their efforts! We hope you'll make plans to support and encourage our Clubbers and Awana Leaders on this very special morning!



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AWANA, which stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed of II Timothy 2:15, is an international program with thousands of weekly outreach clubs in churches around the world. Our goal for the AWANA Ministry at NDCBF is to connect lost children with their Savior and help these young disciples grow in their faith through Scripture memorization, practical application and fun fellowship.

AWANA is open to all children from 2 years old through 12th grade. The program meets on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 PM starting the Wednesday after Labor Day and continues throughout the school year.

The club night includes:

  • Snack Time (additional fee)
  • Opening Ceremony
  • Game Time
  • Council (Bible Lesson) Time
  • Listening (Scripture recitation) Time


The AWANA Clubbers are divided into the following groups:


- PUGGLES (Coed Club), Potty trained 2-year-olds
- CUBBIES (Coed Club), Ages 3-4
- SPARKS (Coed Club), Grades K – 2

TRUTH & TRAINING (Grades 3 - 5)

-T&T Girls, Grades 3 -5
- T&T Boys, Grades 3 -5

24/7 (Grades 6 - 12)

- TREK (Coed Club), Grades 6-8
- JOURNEY (Coed Club), Grades 9- 12
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AWANA international headquarters is located in Streamwood, Illinois. For more information on AWANA Clubs, International, click here: AWANA.org