Awana is a dynamic ministry that is all about fun with a purpose — for kids to know Jesus, grow in their knowledge of Jesus, and to show Jesus to others! Our Awana program has clubs for children from Pre-K through 6th grade. (Pre-K program participation requests that one parent be involved during Awana.) Awana consists of a fun and exciting Game Time, Handbook Time, and Council Time each Wednesday evening from 6:30 pm – 8:15 pm at Triangle Community Church.
For more information about the current week’s Awana theme night, upcoming events and news, go to the Awana News webpage, which is updated weekly.
Each Awana club has its own age and content-appropriate Handbooks to guide children on their spiritual adventure:
T&T (Truth and Training) is a club for 3rd through 6th grade.
Sparks is a club for Kindergarten through 2nd grade.
Cubbies is a preschool club for the two years preceding kindergarten. We require a parent volunteer for Cubbie participation. For that reason, the Cubbie clubber registration form is now at the bottom of the Volunteer Registration form.
Our Awana ministry has weekly theme nights and includes special events such as a hike at Bond Park, an outing at Jellybeans, Pie Night, Water Balloon Night, Fishbowl Night, Bring-A-Friend Night, T&T Lock-In, and friendly regional competitions such as Spark-a-Rama, Awana Games, and a T&T Bible Quiz competition with other churches in the area.
Awana is open to any child in the community. We meet Wednesdays from 6:30pm – 8:15pm from Sept – May, starting the first Wednesday after Labor Day.
The method to register your child for participation in Awana Clubs at TCC is via online registration. To register your child online, do the following:
1. Fill out the online TCC Awana Ministry Clubber Registration Form for 2016-2017.
2. Electronically sign the Awana Club Permissions Form that is embedded in the Clubber Registration Form.
That’s it! Additionally, You can find out more information about Awana Clubs at TCC by reading or printing our Awana Club Information Sheet 2016-17. That sheet will tell you what Awana is all about, when to bring your kids in, when and where to pick them up, costs, etc. The Awana Club Permission Form will also be available at the Welcome Center at TCC in hardcopy form. You may want to bring a checkbook to pay for uniforms, handbooks, and dues as necessary if you don’t pay during registration. The associated costs are located in the Information Sheet. Looking forward to seeing you!
If you are interested in volunteering to serve God and this community’s children through the Awana Ministry at TCC, please fill in the online TCC Awana Leader Registration Form for 2016-2017 and you will be contacted by the Awana Commander, Mark Wolski. You will have fun, be a blessing to the kids and fellow leaders, and be blessed yourself through your involvement! You are participating in the Great Commission and having fun doing it!
If you need more information about the Awana Clubs at TCC or if you’d like to contact the Awana Commander before registering to volunteer, please email Mark Wolski.