Awana is a unique program for boys and girls, ages 3 to High School. It's emphasis is on developing a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Through Scripture memorization and application, Awana's goal is to reach boys and girls and their families with the good news of Jesus Christ and train them to serve Him. Awana also teaches children to learn the importance of being team members, responding to authority and learning discipline, all within a biblical world view. Awana offers a series of clubs and programs, each geared to the needs of a particular age or grade.
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What is Awana?
AWANA is a scripture-based program that will teach your child God's Word by memorization, Bible Truths, worship and games.
When is Awana?
On Wed. nights from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm.
What is the cost ?
The cost is $20 per child per year.
To find out more information about Awana Clubs at ICC. please send us an e-mail. If you would like to find out more information about Awana Clubs in general and how it works, please visit Awana Clubs website.
300 West Barioni Blvd Imperial CA 92251
Celebrates preschoolers' spiritual potential by helping them develop respect for God, His Son and His Word. Cubbies are built on two premises:
Young children can and should receive spiritual training.
Home is the primary place for spiritual training.
Our preschool program meets these needs through lots of fun! Games, puppets, crafts, awards, snacks and other activities make Cubbies a lively weekly experience where fun and learning go hand in hand.
Sparks (Kindergarden thru 2nd grade)
Children are taught about the people and events of the Bible. This builds a foundation of wisdom for knowing Jesus. Sparks meetings combine learning with fun to create an atmosphere of irresistible excitement. Club meetings are divided into three segments:
Bible teaching, singing, announcements and awards
Small group interaction and completion of Bible-based lessons
Games that appeal to kids of all skill levels
Truth & Training (3rd thru 6th grade)
Answers kids' key questions about God and the Bible, guiding them to grow in His grace. Like Sparks for K-2 kids, T&T weekly meetings are divided into three segments. Children have gut-busting, team-oriented fun in Game Time; sing, hear a Bible message and receive awards in Large Group Time and learn and recite Bible truths in Handbook Time. Exciting theme nights, the Awana Store and other exciting activities spice up meetings throughout the year.
Trek (middle school)
Challenges youth to consider their God-given destiny and pursue it by applying the Bible to their lives. Trek is built on flexibility. Individual churches can choose to run the entire Trek program or choose the elements of Trek that fit their youth ministry approach. The bottom line with Trek is that it offers something for all teens, whether they're new to church or desire a deep relationship with God.