AWANA at Mountain View Church

Sundays from 5pm to 7pm

AWANA stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed. Kids gather on Sunday nights to play, praise and commit Scripture to memory. AWANA is intended to incorporate Scripture memorization with practical application to equip children to follow Christ in the present and onward into the future.

We welcome all children to join us! Ages range from 2 to 18, with activities and programs designed uniquely for each age group (see below). All children are welcome to visit or join regardless of how far along the current year is.

The AWANA meeting schedule can be found on the Church Calendar. For more information, please contact us.


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Cubbies - Ages 2 to 4 (Preschool)

The Cubbies program uses engaging lessons and stories to build a foundational understanding and excitement for Christ, His love and His Word. This club invites children starting at 2 years old (potty-trained).


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sparks - grades kindergarten to 2

Children in the Sparks program spend time each week completing handbook exercises, Scripture memorization, and playing games, all of which are designed to channel their focus toward Christ.


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Truth & training - grades 3 to 5

Building upon the lessons from earlier clubs, T&T clubbers go deeper into the Bible with meaningful lessons, handbook exercises and Scripture memorization. Each night includes a game time.


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trek - grades 6 to 8 (middle school)

Trek club takes students on a journey through some of the central questions of life. "Who are you?", "Why are you here?", and "Who is with you?" are some of the key questions addressed and answered by promoting a solid Biblical worldview through which to see and understand all aspects of life.


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journey - grades 9 to 12 (high school)

The Journey program features 4 programs, one for each year of High School, that is designed to take students deeper into their faith and to train them to be leaders in the faith. The study program promotes reading the entire Bible by the completion of High School. Students in Journey are also considered "Leaders In Training", and after their time of study they disperse among the younger clubs in order to assist leaders with games, teaching, and more.