AWANA Clubs for Boy’s & Girl’s
 
The AWANA Club at Calvary Chapel Hemet is for children ages 2 1/2 years old through 6th Grade. We meet every Wednesday evening 7:00 to 8:30 from September to May.
 
AWANA stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed (Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed. 2 Timothy 2:15 NKJV). We work together with parents to develop spiritually strong children and youth who faithfully follow Jesus Christ. Our programs offer a proven approach for evangelizing and discipling kids in the church and community.
 
Kids who participate in AWANA discover God’s love and their own identity in Christ. They become disciple-making disciples who reach out to their friends. We reach kids through energetic game activities, Bible-based teaching experiences and small group time with friends.
 
AWANA is divided into levels that are age specific.
 
Puggles is designed for ages 2 & 3 who’s parents are working in AWANA or are attending our Wednesday Bible study or Discipleship classes on campus. Workers are provided with a curriculum with age appropriate activities that encourage development in toddlers.
 
Cubbies is for ages 3 & 4 (and Pre-K 5 year olds). They learn to memorize scripture (or parts of scripture) as a group.  All of the children move at the same pace. There are sections in the clubber participation books that involve parent interaction to help children learn scripture both at home and at club.
 
Sparks is for Kindergarten thru 2nd grade. This is a high energy group!  These boys and girls are usually the biggest part of the AWANA attendance. Sparks begin memorizing Scripture out of their handbooks from the first night of club to the last.  Each child works at their own pace and often times readers help non-readers with learning what they must memorize. You will be surprised what your youngster can memorize!
 
T&T is for 3rd grade thru 6th grade. These are divided into boys and girls clubs. The handbooks include memorizing Scripture as well as other mission focused projects like meeting and interviewing a missionary.
 
Each AWANA club night is divided into three parts. Handbook time, game time and council time. Each week the clubbers enjoy these times divided into their team colors and learn both individual accomplishments as well as team goals. 
 
To let us know what interests you, please follow this link to the Interest form.