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Jimmy Johnston, Commander
Nandini Mangroo, Co-Commander

Awana Registration Event

First Night of Awana

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Nandini Mangroo
Awana Co-Commander












Wednesdays, 6:30-8:00 p.m.

More than 300 children and their leaders are “hiding God’s word in their hearts” every week with Awana Clubs at First Baptist Snellville.  Club meetings are held during the school year on Wednesday nights from 6:30 – 8:00pm.  Registration is open each Wednesday at 6:00pm in the Grand Foyer.

The primary goal of AWANA is to reach boys and girls with the Gospel of Christ.  AWANA is an acronym that stands for “Approved Workmen are Not Ashamed”.  It comes from 2 Timothy 2:15, where Paul encouraged Timothy to study God’s word in order to show himself approved.

Our AWANA program offers five different club experiences for the age levels below.  Each club uses a variety of age appropriate activities to help clubbers:

    Memorize Scripture 
    Experience quality Bible messages from master storytellers
    Participate in high-energy individual and team competition
    Develop and awareness of mission projects locally and oversees and encourage participation in
    missions related projects and activities
    Have fun and develop important relationships with friends and caring adults

Experiences in AWANA foster a deep commitment to Christ and a genuine love for God’s word.  Parents are asked to volunteer at least once a month by listening to verses that have been memorized.  In addition, we are seeking adult volunteers to become leaders and helpers each Wednesday night as well as volunteers for special events that occur infrequently outside of Wednesday night club time.  Certified Leaders and Helpers will receive ½ off their clubber REGISTRATION fees.  To qualify for the discount you must be a certified leader. See section on “Volunteers” below for further information.


Children Age 2 (by Sept 1)
AWANA Puggles
Club teaches toddlers simple Bible lessons through teaching cards, music and games.  Parents receive take-home cards to reinforce the lessons taught.

Children Age 3 (by Sept 1)
AWANA Cubbies Club provides framework for spiritual training in the home under the supervision of parents.  One handbook per year is completed.  Club activities include games, puppets, crafts and story time.


Children Kindergarten through Grade 2
AWANA Sparks’ handbooks teach basic truths about God, Jesus Christ, salvation and the Bible.  The Bible is presented chronologically and details about Bible characters are told in captivating biographies.  Clubbers will memorize 65 verses within 3 years. 


T&T (Truth and Training)
Students Grades 3 – 6

AWANA T&T is designed to reach boys and girls with the Gospel of Christ and Train them to serve Him.  The four handbooks are each built around eight different questions about God, the Bible, salvation, and Christian living.  At the end of the four year program students will have memorized 310 Bible verses to receive the cherished Timothy Award.

It’s never too late to register for Awana!  The registration table is located in the Grand Foyer on Wednesday nights.  You can begin registering your clubbers at 6:00pm. 

The Registration Fees are as follows:
Puggles $20.00,  Cubbies $30.00,  Sparks $35, and T&T $40.  
(Note:  There is a family maximum of $65 for REGISTRATION fees only – Uniforms and replacement products are not included in this family maximum)

Certified Leaders and Helpers will receive ½ off their REGISTRATION fees.  To qualify for the discount you must be certified within 2 weeks of volunteering.  

The primary goal of AWANA is to reach boys and girls with the Gospel of Christ.  We need your help to do this.  If you have a heart for children and a desire to reach ONE MORE for Christ, then we encourage you to volunteer. 


Currently we are still in need of volunteers across our clubs.  Training for leaders and helpers is ongoing and we have certification books to provide you with so you can get quickly up to speed with our Awana standards.


If you are interested in serving please visit the registration table in the Grand Foyer to obtain the necessary forms.

Awana has several special events during the year that we need help with.  These events are just a few weeks long and generally occur on Saturdays.  It’s a great way to serve in Awana if you are unable to serve for the full 32 weeks or if you can’t serve on Wednesday nights.  

We are currently looking for volunteers to help with our Grand Prix event.  Those volunteers should be skilled in working with power tools and have some knowledge of computers.  

We will also have Bible Quiz in February 2014 and  Awana Games/Sparks A Rama in March 2014.  If you are interested in helping in these special events, please contact Nandini Mangroo at


For More Information

To learn more about the AWANA Ministry please contact Nandini Mangroo at