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AWANA 2022-2023 REGISTRATION is now open!

 REGISTER 

Volunteer Training Night is September 6, 2022, at 6:00pm

Opening Night is September 13, 2022, at 6:00pm


Make plans now to schedule this ongoing program
into your family's yearly schedule
for Tuesday evenings
from September 13, 2022, until April 25, 2023.

There are no AWANA nights during major holiday weeks.
 




SEPTEMBER 13, 2022  -  APRIL 25, 2023
Age 3 through High School

 












BRIANA SCHULTE
KATIE RIGGS
AARON COUNCIL
ANNEMARIE COUNCIL
HOLLY RECHT
PAULETTE WIGHT
PAULETTE WIGHT
AGE 3
AGE 4
KINDERGARTEN
GRADE 1
GRADE 2
GRADE 3
GRADE 4
GRADE 5
GRADE 6
GRADE 7
GRADE 8
GRADE   9
GRADE 10
GRADE 11
GRADE 12
 
 

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
ABF never wants finances to be an obstacle for teaching your children about Jesus
              
AWANA COMMANDER
Adrienne Kegel
QUESTIONS ABOUT REGISTRATION?
CONTACT: adrienne@agourabible.org


 
 

 

REGISTER AND JOIN US EVERY TUESDAY EVENING!

 

 
“All Scripture is breathed out by God and is profitable for teaching, reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be competent, equipped for every good work.” 
 2 Timothy 3:16-17
 

 
ABF AWANA 2022-2023

30 TUESDAYS

SEPTEMBER 13, 2022 - APRIL 25, 2023

BIBLICAL TRAINING AND FUN FOR CHILDREN AND TEENS

ONE OF THE BEST AWANA PROGRAMS THAT YOU WILL FIND

MORE THAN FOUR DECADES AT AGOURA BIBLE FELLOWSHIP

 

 
SOME AWANA HISTORY:
Based in the Chicago area, Awana is the only organization with fully integrated evangelism and discipleship programs for ages 2 (age 3 at ABF) to 18 that actively involve parents, church leaders and mentors. Each week, more than 2 million children and youth, 400,000 volunteers and 127 field staff take part in Awana Clubs in more than 27,000 churches around the world. AWANA is an acronym that means Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed. You may write Awana as a word (Awana) or as an acroynm (AWANA).

Awana works with churches from 100 different denominations. It began as a children's program at the North Side Gospel Center in Chicago in 1941. Lance Latham, North Side's senior pastor, collaborated with the church's youth director, Art Rorheim, to develop weekly clubs that would appeal to churched and non-churched kids, lead them to trust Christ for salvation and grow them in enduring faith and service to God. Other churches learned about the success of the program and inquired about its availability. In 1950, Latham and Rorheim founded Awana as a parachurch organization.
    USA
Today, more than 11,500 churches run Awana Clubs with programs in all 50 states.
 
    100 Other Countries
Awana can also be found in more than 16,000 churches, schools and orphanages in 100 other countries.
 

 
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