Trinity County has a Community Awana Program that meets at the Library of our Weavervillle Elementary School!

Check Out this Video About AWANA

Putting on a new Awana Club for the community isn’t easy, nor is it free. We ask that parents cover just the cost of supplies for their children to attend Awana such as their vest, handbook and book bag. The cost fort the items mentioned runs about $35 per child for the entire year. We’ll take care of the rest!


What You Get When You Register:

An Awana Vest

An Awana Bookbag

An Awana Handbook

Badges and Awards

Snacks (Cubbies)

A fun night each week during the school year full of exciting and engaging activities!


Do you have a child who would like to attend, but the cost is too much of a burden? Contact Kaila Arnold, the Awana Director, for information on a scholarship at

“Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed…” 2 Timothy 2:15

Since 1941, Awana has been leading children to Christ while having fun at the same time! Awana is a non-denominational bible club for children ages 2 years - 18. However, here at Trinity Awana we will begin by offering the club to 3 year olds (& potty trained) to 12 years. Later, if we are blessed enough volunteers, we can offer it to the other age groups.


The club meets on Wednesday evenings, 6:00pm - 7:30pm, starting the first Wednesday after Labor Day to the end of May. The final location where the club will be held is under final determination, but we will be posting updates regularly. During Awanas your child can expect the following activities:

·     Large group time: Worship, stories, puppet show & announcements

·     Small group time: Handbook time, crafts & engagement activities

·     Game time: Fun & games!

·     Special events: Awana grand prix box car race, Awards night, Awana Christmas shop, Trip around the world & more!

·     Theme nights: Every week will have a theme assigned to it such as crazy hair night, Pajama night, etc. Kids may choose to participate or not.