9:30-10:30 AM Sunday School For ALL Ages all year long
Regular Baptist Press curriculum is used for children’s classes
Nursery and 2’s & 3’s Class–0-3 years
Pre-Primary Class–4-6 years
Primary Class–Grades 1-3
Junior Class–Grades 4-6
High School Class –Grades 7+
Adult Bible Fellowship Class
11:00 AM Morning Worship Service
To maintain a worshipful attitude during the service, a nursery is provided for children through age 3.
Children’s Church is provided as an option for children ages 3 through 8 during the preaching (except for one Sunday a month, usually the first Sunday).
During the Week Small Groups:
7pm–Monday Adult Bible study at church
7pm–Thursday evening prayer meeting– Central Home group Contact the Hills– email@example.com
Eastside Home group meets every other week. Contact Herb– firstname.lastname@example.org
One Saturday a Month–Youth Group for Grades 7+
Wednesday Night Awana Clubs
Awana Clubs meet Wednesday nights from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM from September 27th through April 25th this school year. There are three clubs in our Awana program: Cubbies for ages 3 & 4; Sparks for age 5 through 2nd grade; and Truth and Training or T & T for grades 3-6.
Clubbers will receive a handout the last Wednesday of the current month with information about special nights for participation and club events for the next month.
There are no club meetings just before Thanksgiving, and during Christmas and spring breaks. These are the dates when there will be no club this year: November 22nd, December 27th, January 3rd, and April 4th. Our annual Carol-A-Rama at the nursing home (Marquette County Medical Care Facility) is scheduled for Monday, December 18th (change of night). That will be the last club before Christmas break. The last event of the Awana year will be the Awards Night and Fun Fair on April 25th.
Cancellation of Awana: If school in the NICE district is cancelled due to weather, there is no Awana. If there is significant snowfall during a Wednesday that hasn’t canceled school and makes travel hazardous, club will be cancelled since many drive from a distance. You may be contacted by phone call, email, and/ or text message. Cancellation announcements are also broadcast on radio station WHWL (95.7 FM, whwl.net).
$0.50 per night or $12.00 for the year [10 extra AWANA Shares if paid by Nov. 1st]
Clubbers accumulate Awana Shares all year long for such things as attendance, paying dues, bringing their Bible and handbook, wearing their uniforms, and passing sections in their handbooks. Special activities will be awarded Awana Shares throughout the year.
Clubbers need to check in at the registration table each Wednesday night in order to receive their Awana Shares for attendance, dues, uniform and Bible and/or handbook. By having those things each Wednesday, clubbers can receive up to 4 Awana Shares.
These Awana Shares are used like money for purchasing items from the AWANA Store on December 6th. The last night of club, April 25, 2018, is a family night with an awards presentation and a carnival type fair. Awana Shares may be used for playing games, purchasing items from the Awana Store or may be shared with a visitor or sibling that a clubber might bring to the fair that night.
$11.00 Cubbies vest (ages 3 & 4)
$11.00 Sparks vest (K-2nd grade)
$10.00 T & T T-shirt (3rd – 6th grade)
$10.00 for Cubbies (Ages 3 & 4)
$10.00 for Sparks (K-2nd grade)
$10.00 for T & T (3rd –6th grade)
If finances are a concern for your family, contact the commander or any director.
Clubbers should come dressed in clothing and shoes appropriate for playing games–modest, comfortable clothing and tennis shoes.
Please complete a registration form for each child who will be attending AWANA this year. This can be done by registering at the registration table on the first night you come to club.
[Email email@example.com for printable forms]
Event Release Form:
A club event release form needs to be filled out for each child. It will be available for you at the registration table. The event release form is to have on file at club for each child in case of an emergency and to have your specific instructions.
Drop off and Pick up:
You may drop off and pick up your child(ren) under the canopy, but please do not park under the canopy. For safety purposes please pick up your child(ren) inside the foyer. We do not allow the clubbers to leave the building unless a parent or guardian is present.
Contact AWANA Commander Herb Carpenter @ (906) 250-4581
or any of the directors [see current flyer].
Bible Baptist Church Awana Clubs
PO Box 372 (mail) | 615 S North Lake Dr (location) | Ishpeming, MI 49849
ishpemingbiblebaptist.org | facebook.com/bbcishpeming
Vacation Bible School– June 2018
Camp Moose on the Loose–Discovering God’s Forever Forgiveness
Students will experience a camping theme where they hike, canoe, and fish — complete with tents, campfires, and wildlife. Through the lessons, kids will learn about the life of Christ as seen through the eyes of Peter, and will discover the lasting forgiveness that only Christ can give.
“If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins” (1 John 1:9).