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As part of our commitment to partner with parents in their responsibility of raising their children in the nurture and instruction of the Lord, Capital is excited to offer the AWANA clubs.

  • For children who are age three as of September 1 – 5th grade.
  • We meet twice a month, on Sunday evening, September - April, beginning September 9, 2018
  • At Ridge Road Baptist Church
  • 5:30-7pm 
  • Cost: One Child:$35, Two Children:$65, Three Children:$90, Four Children: $100
  • We are still in need of teachers for all age groups - find out more by contacting Gray Rudd.

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Parents, we can't have AWANA without your help. Please pick a couple weeks to help by clicking here.

The 2018-19 schedule is:

September 9 & 23
October 7 & 21
November 4 & 18
December 2 & 16
January 13 & 27
February 10 & 24
March 10 & 24
April 7 & 14--Easter Egg Hunt!
May 5 & 19 -- End of Year Celebration

At AWANA, children (Clubbers) learn God’s word through activities, games, large/small group times and missions. It is never too late to join AWANA, kids are welcome all year long.

AWANA is divided into three clubs:

CubbiesCubbies are children who were three (as of September 1, 2015) through five-year-olds. Club activities include games, puppets, crafts, and verses that are memorized to receive stickers and patches for the Cubbie blue vest. In Story Time, preschoolers learn about God – the greatness of His love and His Word – and about His Son, Jesus Christ, the promised Savior.

sparksSparks are children in Kindergarten - 2nd grade. Their handbooks teach basic truths about God, Jesus Christ, salvation, and the Bible. A clear, consistent presentation of the Gospel message is given in the club meetings, the Bible is presented chronologically, and details about Bible characters are told in captivating biographies. Students earn jewels to place in their Sparkie vest aviator wings.

awana_tntT&T engages third- through fifth-graders by answering their questions about God, the Bible, and guiding them through this pivotal life stage to grow in Christ's grace. Handbooks and large-group lessons deepen a child's knowledge of God and His Word and teach how to put that knowledge into action in everyday life.


In order for families to get the full benefit from the material the children are learning on Sunday night, and memorizing at home, parent’s rotating participation on Sunday night will be required for their child’s attendance.

Great AWANA resources:

AWANA Homepage