Awana Club

    Our Awana club is led by Pastor Thompson and is open to all children between the ages of six and thirteen. The Awana club is based on the Awana ministries (links below). Each club meeting is a mixture of Worship, Teaching and Games during which time we are able to open the Word of God and help to explain it to the children.

    Do you know where the name Awana comes from? It comes from the passage in 2 Timothy 2:15 which states that (A)pproved (W)orkmen (A)re (N)ot (A)shamed of the gospel.

    The Awana clubs are held during term times on Friday evenings between 7pm and 9pm. We run a minibus before and after the meeting to allow children that would otherwise not be able to come, to attend.

    The younger children enter into the "Sparks" section which is for children from 6 through 8. The older children enter into the "Truth & Training" section which is for children from 9 through 13.

    All games times are combined so nobody will feel left out.

    All club dates and times are published on our calendar which can be found on this site. Should clubs have to be cancelled or delayed due to bad weather or other problems we will publish those fact on the site as well as trying to get to see each family in person.




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    Pastor's Corner

    Who Is Jesus? (You Decide!)


       “Jesus himself, when challenged, did not offer airtight proofs about his identity. He dropped clues here and there, to be sure, but after appealing to the evidence. “Blessed is he who takes no offense at me.”

       It occurs to me that all the contorted theories about Jesus that have been spontaneously generating since the day of his death merely confirm the awesome risk God took when he stretched himself out on the dissection table [the Incarnation] - a risk he seemed to welcome. Examine me. Test me. You decide.”                                                         -Philip Yancey

      Even Pontius Pilate, under the peer pressure of the religious crowd, examined Jesus with such questions as: “Art thou King of the Jews?” “What is Truth?” “Knowest thou not I have power to crucify thee?”  Then, in a dark moment of intense frustration, Pilate asked the crowd, “What shall I do with Jesus who is called Christ?”

       After Jesus cried out, “It is finished,” Jesus laid down his life, and his body was placed in a tomb. On the third day Jesus took up his life and arose victoriously over death.  Now Jesus’ identity was clearly revealed and we all have to answer Pilate’s question, “What shall I do with Jesus Christ?”

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