Green Street Preschool and Children’s Ministries has an exciting Wednesday night program called AWANA. You can read more about our AWANA program by clicking here.
AWANA will run during the typical school year on Wednesday nights from 6:15-7:45pm beginning on August 21 for kids, Kindergarten through 5th grade and our Cubbies Club 3 year olds (by August 31, 2019) and 4 year olds.
Online Registration closed on August 14. You can contact Angie to check on availability being that our space for additional registrants may be limited. Or you may speak with someone about registration on a Sunday morning at the Preschool or Children's check-in desk. Some classes may be limited to 16 registrants.
Would you serve in this exciting program? Needs are as follows:
Preschool AWANA Needs
Cubbies Leaders - 1
Children’s AWANA Needs
Co-Commander - 1
Secretaries - 4
Sparks Kindergarten Leaders - 6
Sparks 2nd Grade Leaders - 4
T&T (3rd-5th) Director - 1
T&T 5th Grade Leaders - 3
AWANA Job Descriptions
AWANA Commander: Oversees the entire Awana® club and youth experience for the local church. Responsibilities include communicating vision, shepherding leaders, managing administrative duties and communicating to church leadership, parents, children and leaders.
Co-Commander: Assists Commander in whatever they may need and is available when the Commander has to be absent.
Club Secretary: Provides administrative support to the AWANA club by overseeing the individual Class Secretaries who maintain attendance and achievement records and track inventory. Secretaries also prepare awards fordistribution and compile, place and receiveproduct orders.They also maintain permanent achievement records and assist the director and/or commander in award presentations.
Class Director: Oversees one age-specific Awana club. Responsibilities include communicating vision, shepherding leaders, managing administrative duties and communicating to church leadership, parents, children and leaders.
Class Leader: Teaches children or youth age-appropriate Bible lessons in a large group setting.
Class Listener: Supports the leader by listening to kids recite sections during Handbook Time.
Class Secretary: Provides administrative support by maintaining attendance and achievement records, tracking inventory and contacting the Club Secretary for the needed supplies. Secretaries keep nightly achievement records and tally team points to determine the winning team for each weekly Awana ministry gathering.
Game Director: Game directors are in charge of choosing age-appropriate games, knowing and providing clear instructions and supporting ministry night themes and activities. Game directors also organize, maintain and request game equipment. During Game Time, the game director gives instructions and facilitates each game by communicating and demonstrating game rules.
Games Leader: During Game Time the Game Leaders help the Game Director byhelping maintain proper discipline and order, stagger athletic with non-athletic games and model good sportsmanship. Most importantly, he exhibits enthusiasm and a positive, “let’s-have-fun” attitude! Simple, fast-paced games make Game Time fun for everyone. A good rule of thumb is to not play a game that takes longer to explain than it does to play.