Tonight there will be no Family Night activities at Morgantown Community Church! Our youth ministry will postpone the Winter Beach Party until next week (2/27). We hope that today your family is able to slow down, relax, and enjoy some time together!
Awana is a weekly, fun-filled program for children 3 years old through 6th grade that challenges them to memorize scripture and apply it to their lives. Our Awana program is completelly free and happens as part of Family Night from 6:30-8pm on Wednesday Nights
Each club night is broken up into three different sessions:
Children are encouraged to excel individually in their Bible verse studies. They receive recognition and rewards as they reach different milestones.
Game Time is a period of fun and fellowship. These games are fun and competitive but are of a nature that allows almost all children to participate regardless of their athletic skills.
Discipleship Time provides an opportunity to present the Gospel as well as teach biblical truth to the children. Awana leaders and special guest speakers present these messages at a level that children can understand.
Puggles recognizes the learning ability of 2 1/2 year-olds by introducing biblical precepts at church and equipping parents to teach them at home. Toddlers love having their very own Awana club just like their older siblings.
Every church needs a strong teaching format for preschool. Kids this age can embrace important concepts through fun, clear curriculum, and Awana provides it all for you. Here, Cubbies learn about the greatness of God, His Word and His love. Lessons continue to teach respect for God and His sovereignty. Curriculum also explains Jesus as the Servant, Teacher, Savior and God’s Son.
This modern, kid-friendly club is a major hit! Sparks teaches basic truths about God, His Son, salvation and the Bible, and builds an enduring foundation of biblical wisdom through Scripture memory.
3rd through 5th graders present a unique challenge to ministry. They face increasing obligations, both positive and negative, that can divide their attention and might even lead some kids, especially older ones, away from Truth and Training.