Havasu Alliance Church
 of the 
  Christian and Missionary Alliance


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II Timothy 2:15 – Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.

AWANA CLUBS (Charter 8537)
Lake Havasu City, Arizona

Q. What is AWANA?

A. AWANA is a non-denominational, non-profit, youth program started more than 50 years ago in the Chicago area. It has spread throughout the USA and the world.

In 1982, AWANA expanded to Havasu. It is a program that combines the fun of scouting with memorization of the life-changing Word of God.

AWANA is from Paul's second letter to Timothy, chapter 2, verse 15: "Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed."

AWANA proclaims the truth found in John 3:16: "For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son that whosoever believeth in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life."

Q. Who sponsors this AWANA Club?

A. The Havasu Alliance Church sponsors Charter 8537. We are a Bible-believing church which belongs to The Christian and Missionary Alliance organization. We cooperate and have workers from other like-minded churches that help us fulfill this program.

Q. Why do we do this?

A. As believers in Jesus Christ, we think it is important to know Jesus as Savior, to learn to love Him in obedience, to serve Him in ministry, and to proclaim Him to all who need to know the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Q. Why should you be interested in AWANA?

A. AWANA is a great youth program that helps accomplish the goal of reaching boys and girls with the gospel of Christ and to train them to serve Him. AWANA provides a peer group for youth that is bringing them together around Christian principle. More importantly, it instills moral values by encouraging them to hide God's Word in their heart. It gives the parents a way to be involved with their children by helping memorize their verses.

Q. How can the AWANA program benefit your child?

A. The AWANA program can be an aid to parents in the spiritual training of your child. We make every effort to make studying God's Word interesting and exciting. Our goal is to help your child apply what they learn to their personal life.

We can best help you with that training if you encourage your child to recite their material to you before club. We are confident that God's Word will make an imprint upon the character of each person who receives it into their life.

Q. Who is involved in AWANA?

A. "Clubbers" are children ages three through eighteen who participate with other children their own age. Parents, relatives and friends of Clubbers are always welcome as guests or helpers. There is a place for you and your children/grandchildren/neighbors.

Q. Which club serves each age child?

A. There are five clubs in total.

Cubbies 3, 4, & 5 years of age
Sparks K, 1st, & 2nd Grades
truth and traning 3rd & 6th Grade Girls & Boys
trek (Junior Varsity) 7th & 8th Grades
24-7 - 9th – 12th Grades
*They are also allowed to take part as Leaders-in-Training (LIT's).
Q. How much does it cost to join AWANA?

There are no dues. We depend on voluntary gifts. There are cost for uniforms and books. Some scholarship help is available for those with a financial need. Please see the Commander or Pastor for details.

Q. When do Clubbers meet?

A. Our clubs meet wednesday nights, beginning in early September and ending in early May. We formally open club at 6:30 and close at 8 pm. Occasionally, the older Clubbers will meet for special activities arranged with their director and leaders. There will be no club on these holidays: Christmas, New Year's, and Spring Break.

Q. Where does AWANA meet? 

A.3450 Chemehuevi Boulevard
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86406

Q. How does AWANA operate?

A. Everyone involved with our club is a dedicated volunteer. Tax-deductible donations are accepted.

Other churches with no particular youth program of their own often send or allow their children to attend our club. They will sometimes help us with offerings. Community gifts are welcome, but rare. Therefore, we "charge" dues.

Q. What else is expected of Clubbers?

A. We expect Clubbers to take part as fully as possible in as positive a way as possible. Once they qualify to wear uniforms, Clubbers should be in proper uniform each night.

Modest in dress is also important. For example, shorts should have at least a six-inch inseam. Tank tops or tube tops are discouraged. The Commander will talk with Clubbers and parents as needed to maintain the dress code.

Because Clubbers take part in "game time" outdoors, we recommend that shoes instead of sandals be worn. During winter months when the sun sets during club, flashlights would help to and from game time.

For more information contact:
Pastor Jon Maki – (928) 855-1227
Commander Mike Adams (928) 706- 3434
You are encouraged to take part in AWANA Youth Clubs. Please ask how you can help.

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