Awana Clubs


Bay Leaf is committed to teaching kids how to hide God’s Word in their hearts. We believe one of the most important gifts we can give to the next generation is a deep and lasting knowledge of God’s Word. Rooted in Scripture memorization, Awana is a disciple-making tool we use to help Scripture sink deep into the hearts of our kids, ages three-years-old through fifth grade. In addition to small groups and Scripture memorization, kids will also participate in large-group Bible studies and team-centered games.



Our Awana Program is for kids three-years-old through 5th grade.

Cubbies (3’s – TK)
Sparks (Kindergarten – 2nd Grade)
T&T (3rd – 5th Grade)

For our Cubbies, preschoolers must be three-years-old on or by August 31, 2021.



Wednesdays // 6:30pm – 7:45pm

Sept. 15, 2021 – May 11, 2022




1. SIGN UP - Registration for the 2021-2022 year is now available. Register your child and pay the one-time club fee all at one time.


2. REGISTRATION FEE – This year, all club members will only pay a one-time registration fee of $25 or a $60 family maximum. Please do not let cost be what keeps your child from attending. We will make a way for ALL kids to attend, regardless of their ability to pay the Awana fee. Scholarships will be available. If you're facing any financial difficulties, please contact Christy Graham.




  1. CONTACT - An Awana leader will reach out to you to see if you have any questions and provide you with your Parent Handbook (everything you need to know about Awana).
  2. ALOHA FEST: KICKOFF NIGHT - Plan on also joining us outside at Bay Leaf for our Aloha Fest: Kickoff Night on Wednesday, September 8 at 6:30pm to meet your leaders and fill out any remaining forms. Come enjoy Kona Ice, a giant inflatable slide, games, and more! (This is not an official club meeting night, so children are to stay with their parents.)



When you join the team of AWANA volunteers, you have the privilege of serving our youngest members in various capacities. We still need small group leaders to assist with handbook time and Scripture memory as well as subs, floaters, and more. Qualifications of being a volunteer include being a member of BLBC, having a love for children and a desire to see them grow spiritually, faithfully attending Bay Leaf, and striving to be a positive example for kids and other volunteers to follow.




If you have any questions, need financial assistance, or would like to serve, please don't hesitate to contact us. You can reach out to either our Awana Ministry Leader, Susan Tweed, ( or our Director of Children's Ministries, Christy Graham (