Our Jefferson Avenue church family values our children. We are deliberate in providing opportunities for them to recognize their need for God, to understand His redemptive purpose and His love for them and to learn about their responsibilities as His children. We focus on kid-friendly Bible study and life application in Sunday School classes for ages 3 - 5th grade.
Children's Church is offered during the message part of our Sunday morning services. Our Preschool classes meet together for a hands-on learning lesson while children in kindergarten-5th grade meet in our Children's Auditorium upstairs for a time of interactive learning.
Childcare is provided at all Sunday & Wednesday church gatherings,
and is available for children 3 and under.
Jesus values and loves our little ones, and we want to show them His love! Because kids birth through three years old are constantly exploring and learning, we make sure to give them plenty of opportunities to learn about Jesus through fun activities like arts & crafts, songs, and games. As well as provide a safe environment to play and explore while mom and dad are fellow-shipping.
AWANA Clubs meet at 6:00 pm on Wednesdays during the school year. We ask parents to pay a $10 registration fee per child.
Jefferson Avenue's AWANA program consists of three clubs:
Cubbies (3 and 4-year olds)
Sparks (K-2nd grade)
T&T (3rd–5th grade)
Each club is age-specific with the emphasis on scripture memorization, comprehension and application. The Sparks and T&T club nights are divided into three segments: Game Time, Handbook Time, and Council (large group) Time. Each segment helps to reinforce Biblical truths in a fun and exciting way. Clubbers work through their handbooks by memorizing scripture, answering questions, and completing projects. As they work through the handbooks, clubbers can earn a uniform and various patches and pins that display that clubber’s accomplishments. The program encourages kids to learn more about God’s Word by challenging them to set goals and experience the reward of accomplishing those goals.
For more information, call the church office or visit the AWANA website, www.awana.org