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Prestonwood kids and preteens learn to “hide God’s Word in their hearts” during our weekly AWANA clubs. With the help of parents and classroom leaders, kids will work through their age-appropriate handbook learning biblical truths and memorizing Scripture.

The AWANA program includes three individual clubs:

  • Cubbies – Ages 3–4 (children must be potty trained)
  • Sparks – Kindergarten–Grade 2
  • T&T – Grades 3–6

AWANA Registration

As we move through the spring semester, our procedures will remain basically the same as they were in the fall.

AWANA resumed on Jan. 20 and will continue both in person and online throughout the 2020-2021 school year, finishing in April. 

Our online club meets weekly via Zoom at 7:00 p.m. This meeting includes a short, age-appropriate lesson by video, and allows kids to meet with their class and leaders to connect, say verses, and develop relationships.

In person, our classrooms are set up to maintain social distance while prioritizing the building of relationships and Scripture memory. Council time and game time are set up for social distancing as well. Leaders and all adults in the building are required to wear a face covering at all times. Students will not be required to wear face coverings, but it is recommended.

If you would like to register, please meet us on the 2nd floor AWANA office by the entrance to the Children's Ministry Building (Plano Campus) on Wednesday evening.

If you are interested in making an investment in our ministry and serving as a weekly leader helping children memorize God’s Word, we have just the right place for you! Ask us!

For more information, please call 972-820-5204 (Plano) or 972-798-6773 (North).

AWANA is a global ministry committed to the belief that the greatest impact for Christ starts with kids who know, love, and serve Him.

AWANA is designed to be a partnership between the church and the home. Parent involvement is crucial for the success of both the program and the child. Together, we can help foster a deep commitment to Christ and a genuine love for God’s Word at an early age.