AWANA-At-Home is a great discipleship tool for families. AWANA is an acronym that stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed (taken from 2 Timothy 2:15). In this program, parents will help their children learn Bible verses which will be hidden in their hearts to help them throughout their lives.
If you would like more information or to register a child for AWANA-At-Home please contact Julie Crocker firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration forms are also available at the AWANA Family Challenge Zone at both the Sienna and Sugar Land Campuses.
More About AWANA-AT-HOME
AWANA-AT-Home is for every age group from three-year-olds through sixth grade. It utilizes the AWANA curriculum including Cubbies (three years old by September 1), Sparks (kindergarten – second grade), and T&T (third – sixth grade).
Books for these programs will be available for purchase along with the optional purchase of the AWANA parent devotional books, which provide a way for parents to study God’s word along-side their child. Also, parents may purchase an optional Awana-At-Home parenting kit that has great family fun activities.
On Sunday mornings, during the school year, families can stop by the AWANA Family Challenge . This spot allows children to receive their rewards for completion of scripture memory along with other prizes and challenges for the entire family.
Also, AWANA-At-Home families won’t want to miss the “All Family Game Nights”! These 5 Friday nights, scheduled throughout the year at the Sugar Land Campus, are a great way for families to connect with other AWANA-At-Home families with crazy fun for the entire family.
Finally, AWANA-At-Home families will partner with Creek Kids on Mission to serve in the annual Gifts of Love project. This event provides Christmas gifts for over 150 Fort Bend county families in addition to celebrating Christmas in a festive, worshipful atmosphere.
Parents wanting more information are encouraged to stop by the parent information meeting on Sunday, September 8 at either of the Sienna or Sugar Land locations.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to attend Sugar Creek Baptist Church to participate in AWANA-At-Home? Yes; however, material and supplies will still be available to non-church members.
Is attendance at Parent Information Meeting on September 8 required for participation in AWANA-At-Home? No, but it is strongly encouraged. It will be a great way to start a year of family discipleship.
Will there be Wednesday night AWANA programs at Sugar Creek like there has been in the past? No; Other AWANA locations offered in the Sugar Land area can be located through the official AWANA website at http://awana.org/locations/awana-locator,default,pg.html
Will my child be able to receive an award at the end of the year? Yes; records will be kept through check in at the AWANA Family Challenge location.
Will my child be able to continue on in AWANA as they move into Youth Ministry? Yes; as parents you can continue to use the AWANA Trek material and participate in the AWANA Family Challenge on Sunday mornings.
Will there still be vests, bags, and badges available for purchase for my child? Yes; All the AWANA gear including vests, shirts and bags will be available for parents to purchase. Children can wear these items at Family Fun Nights.
November 8 | Family Fun Night | Sugar Land Campus
December 14 | Gifts of Love Family Missions Project
December 15 | Final Family Challenge before Christmas break
January 5 | Parent Information Meetings
January 12 | AWANA Family Challenge begins
January 31 | Friday Family Fun Night | Sugar Land Campus
March 28 | Friday Family Fun Night | Sugar Land Campus
April 25 | AWANA Closing Ceremonies | Sugar Land Campus