Children's Ministry
Awana is a ministry for children from 6th grade down to those who are in Pre-K or 1 year away from starting kindergarten. AWANA meets during the school year each Wednesday night from 6:15 - 7:45.  AWANA stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed as taken from 2 Timothy 2:15. The mission of AWANA is to help teach children to know, love and serve Christ. AWANA participants meet every Wednesday night. They have group teaching time, individual learning time and game time. They work through a workbook and earn awards (AWANA bucks) as they successfully complete sections of their workbook. The bucks can be claimed at one of the four yearly AWANA store nights. AWANA dues are 50 cents/week or $12 for the year if you want to pay in advance at registration.

2014 Calendar
September 3 - AWANA begins - registration and game night
September 10 - Regular club
September 17 - Crazy Hair Night
September 24 - Inside Out / Backwards Night
October 1 - Donut Night
October 8 - Regular club
October 15 - Just Clowning Around
October 22 - AWANA Store
October 29 - No AWANA . Trunk or Treat - Community-Wide Fall Festival (6pm-8pm)
November 5 - Regular Club, Operation Christmas Child Boxes Due
November 12 - Dress Like A Chef Night
November 19 - Regular Club
November 26 - Thanksgiving Holiday, no AWANA
November 29 *Saturday* - Decorate doors at nursing home
December 3 - Children's Choir Performance
December 10 - Regular Club
December 17 - AWANA Store
December 24 - Christmas Holiday, no AWANA
December 31 - New Years Holiday, no AWANA


January 7 - Regular Club
January 14 - Pajama Night
January 21 - Regular Club
January 28 - Pizza Party
February 4 - God's Team Sports Night

Children's Choir
Children's choir is for children age 4 thorough 6th grade and meets on Wednesday evenings from 5:30 to 6:15 pm starting the second week in September until the performance the first week in December.    

2014 Calendar
September 10 - Children's Choir begins at 5:30 pm
December 3 - 6:15 pm Children's Choir performance

The Jurne
This is our youth ministry and it exists to help students grow in their faith and knowledge of the Word of God.  Sunday school and Wednesday night services allow students to gather and study God's Word and foster relationships with other students.  Many other events such as discipleship weekends, youth camp and worship rallies are encouraging times that help keep students focused on the LORD.

Women's Ministry
Women are vital to any church and are a precious part of our church.  With regular women's ministry meetings and bible study groups, our ladies are being equipped to serve and love the LORD.  Leaving a legacy to the next generation of women is a hope and desire of the women's ministry of our church.

Men's Ministry
Men are the leaders in the family and have a God given role to both lead and serve in the church and family.  Men's activities such as summer men's group, quarterly fellowships, and father/son shootout are geared toward allowing men to be sharpened and encouraged by other men of God.

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