Dinner - Dinner is offered after Awana for just $1 per plate. It is served at 6:00 pm each Sunday evening. Please send $1 with your child for dinner. You are invited to eat dinner with your child after Awana also. Your plate is also just $1!
AWANA Enrollment and Dues Policy – Children are considered enrolled when all dues are paid, all forms are submitted, and there are enough volunteers to staff the classrooms (5 kids per leader ratio). Costs to run Awana are substantial, but worth it. Enrollment fees help cover some of the book, apparel, patches, awards costs.
Submitting form and payment – Please return completed forms and your check (payable to Re:New Community Church) to the Awana Table in the lobby on a Sunday prior to September 17th, or give to Sharla Caldwell.
Parent’s Night: THE FIRST NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 9TH, IS PARENT’S NIGHT HOUR FROM 4:00-5:00 PM. WE NEED PARENTS TO STAY AFTER DROPPING OFF KIDS TO SEE AN OVERVIEW OF AWANA. THIS ALSO WILL ALLOW US TO GIVE/RECEIVE INFORMATION TO AND FROM THE CHILD’S PARENT/GUARDIANS.
Refund Policy – Full refunds are provided for children that withdraw prior to October15th, less the cost of the handbook.
Volunteer Policy – Awana’s Key Principle #5 is: “Awana is built on strong leadership.” Our Awana Club relies on active parent involvement, and Awana provides a great opportunity to serve God together as a family. If no adult from your household is able to serve as a regular weekly Awana volunteer, then we ask that one adult be on the Reliant rotation list, and serve in Children’s Sunday School a few times during the Awana Club year.