Join us on Wednesday nights for Awana!
Starting September 14, 2022
Dinner at 6:00
Awana is an international, Bible-centered children’s and youth ministry providing local churches with weekly clubs and programs.
The goal of Awana is to reach boys and girls with the gospel of Christ and to train them to serve Him.
The word AWANA stands for Approved Workman Are Not Ashamed and comes from 2 Timothy 2:15.
This year you can Download registration forms or you can fill out the online registration form to sign your child up today , please bring these with you come the first time or when you send your child on the van.
Parents please also take a few minutes and read through the Parent Handbook, so you know more not only about the program but also what we expect from everyone involved in the program.
We are excited for you to join us as we share the love of Christ with our community!
For more information you can call the church office (814)676-9312 or send us an email.
2-3 Years old
An early childhood ministry
Puggles® recognizes the learning ability of 2- and 3-year olds by introducing biblical truth at church and equipping parents to teach them at home.
Introduce young children to God and His love! In Awana Puggles, children learn four BigTruths—God Made Everything, God is Great, God Loves Us and We Give Thanks—and the Bible verses that go with them. Form an early foundation for faith with interactive curriculum, parent materials and Scripture-themed songs
- Middle School
Trek is a 3-year program for Middle School students. This new program challenges students to wrestle with the three most important questions they’re asking in middle school. By allowing students to dive deep into the Scriptures and answer these questions for themselves we allow them to own their faith and discover what they believe.
His Story: This study helps middle school students understand God's story and answers the question, "Who am I?"
His Love: This study focuses on Jesus and His ministry, as told through the Gospel of Luke and answers the question, "Why am I here?"
His People: This study focuses on biblical community as told through the book of Acts and answers the question, "Who's with me?"