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Partnering with families to raise a generation for Christ

Awana is a tool we use to sink Scripture into the hearts of our kids, 3 years old through 4th grade, here at the Summit. 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. Awana partners with parents to cultivate that knowledge in the lives of our kids.

Where does Awana at the Summit take place?

Awana takes place at a number of locations across the Triangle!

Alamance County Awana

For questions, contact Jeremy.

Apex Awana

For questions, contact Michelle.

Blue Ridge Awana

For questions, contact Rebecca.

Brier Creek Awana

For questions, contact Julie.

Capital Hills Awana

For questions, contact Tyler.

Chapel Hill/Downtown Durham Awana

For questions, contact Haleigh.

North Durham Awana

For questions, contact Quentin.

Frequent Questions

What day and time is Awana?
Each campus meets weekly on the following days/times:

Apex campus – Sundays at 4 p.m.

Alamance County campus – Sundays at 5 p.m.

Blue Ridge campus – Sundays at 4 p.m.

Brier Creek campus – Sundays at 5:30 p.m.

Capital Hills campus – Sundays at 4 p.m.

Downtown Durham/Chapel Hill campuses – Wednesdays at 6:15 p.m.

North Durham campus – Wednesdays at 6:15 p.m.

What age group is Awana for?
Awana is designed for kids 3 years old (by Sept. 1, 2021) through 4th grade.
Why is there a cost for Awana?

We allocate Kids Ministry budget towards Awana, but it does not cover the full cost of all our supplies for the full school year (Awana books, Store Nights, shirts/vests, awards). The cost we charge is only to help us break even for the budget year.

What will I have to do for Awana?
Some parents will serve every week, and we ask every parent to at least sub twice each semester. Families will need to spend 20 minutes each week memorizing verses with their kids, then the kids will quote their memorized verses when they come to Awana.
Will my child receive awards?
Yes! Each Awana night kids will receive Awana bucks or stickers, and then we will have four Store Nights where kids will be able to get an even bigger prize!
How long does Awana last?
Our program runs for a traditional school year (September-May), which translates into 25 gatherings with your campus.
If you have any further questions, please contact the Summit Kids staff member at your campus and they will be happy to help!  If you aren’t sure who your Summit Kids staff member is, then feel free to email our All-Campus Kids Pastor, Josh Navey.

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