How Awana Works
Teaching our Children to Love God and Love Others.
Stonebriar Awana is all about helping youth ages three through high school — and their families — learn to know and love God and others.
We play unique, fast-paced games and dive deep into God's Word. It's all led by a caring team of trained staff and Ministry Partners who disciple our kids to make faith a part of their everyday life.
Awana is divided into clubs by age:
- Cubbies (three- and four-year-olds)
- Sparks (kindergarteners through second-graders)
- T&T (third- through sixth-graders)
- Trek (seventh- and eighth-graders)
- Journey (ninth- through twelfth-graders)
A Typical Night at Stonebriar Awana
We meet on Sunday evenings from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Stonebriar Community Church.
Activities each night are broken into three distinct phases to meet the needs of every child—from the rambunctious child who has energy to burn to the inquisitive one who loves to hear stories.
Individual and team competition takes place through fun and unique games. Every child gets involved every night and has a chance to unleash his or her energy.
Small groups of children make friends and work with a trained adult leader to complete assignments in the curriculum materials. We emphasize memorizing and understanding key Scriptures that show how to know God and walk with Him. A system of awards motivates kids to dig deeply into God's Word.
Large Group Time
Everyone gathers together for singing, celebrating accomplishments, and a practical Bible message.
Have More Questions?
If you have questions, call 469-252-5530, or e-mail awanastonebriar.org.
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Join us this Sunday for worship and a message from Pastor Chuck Swindoll. Share the events to invite family and friends.
Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 5
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra will return to our church on Saturday, June 2 at 6 p.m. to present Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5. Tickets are only $19 for adults and $9 for students. Purchase online.