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All children are welcome to attend our AWANA Clubs.  Participants range from 2 years old through 12th grade and we meet on Sunday evenings from 5:50-7:30 pm from August-May. AWANA offers opportunities for your child to grow spiritually through IMG_8479scripture memorization and an understanding of Biblical principles and doctrines.

The goal of AWANA is to reach boys and girls with the gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him. Each of our Directors and Leaders take this goal very seriously. Through AWANA games, Bible stories, and Handbook time, our leaders will teach your child more about Jesus Christ and His love for them.  Visitors are always welcome and may join a club at any time during the year.

We look forward to the opportunity to work with and minister to your child.

Sincerely, our AWANA Leadership Ministry Team

Children Meet in Age-Appropriate Clubs

All clubs meet at the Whitesburg Main Campus located at 6806 Whitesburg Drive SW Huntsville, AL 35802.



Puggles – 2 years old (Before Sept. 1st) meet in the Preschool Area


Cubbie_1_ColorCubbies – 3 and 4 years old meet in the Preschool Area

Sparks – Kindergarten thru 2nd Grade meet in the Children’s Hall


T&T ( Truth and Training ) – 3rd thru 6th Grade meet in the Student Center



Treklogoblue7Trek – 7th thru 8th Grade meet in the Student Center


journey-logo-bwJourney – 9th thru 12th grade meet in Room 216



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Handbook – (1 handbook required per year)

Uniform – vest or shirt

The cost for handbook & uniform varies in price for each club.  

Please do not let money issues keep your child from participating in AWANA.  No child will be turned away due to financial considerations.

What Happens at an AWANA Meeting?

Each weekly club meeting includes game time, handbook time, when clubbers work from their handbooks, and large group time, when a Bible message is presented.  Throughout the year we have special theme nights. A clubber may be asked to dress backwards, wear a certain color, crazy hat, etc.





AWANA Rules and Standards

  1. Clubbers should wear modest play clothes and their uniform (once they are eligible).
  2. Please bring your handbook and bible to each AWANA meeting.
  3. Use respectful language.
  4. Care for and respect church property.
  5. Running is allowed only on the game circle.
  6. Toys, candy, and drinks should be left at home.
  7. Cell phones should be turned off and put away.

Contact Us


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Guy Morton


Minister to Children
256-704-5678, ext. 245