First Baptist Church Henryville is committed to families – to working with and for families to grow parents and children into faithful followers of Jesus who are committed to building their lives on the truth(s) of the Bible. One of the ways we seek to serve families is through our Awana Ministry. Awana stands for “approved workmen are not ashamed,” and it is a ministry which seeks to immerse children in the Bible by helping them know it and apply it to their lives. It is part Boy/Girl Scouts and part Vacation Bible School, and its overall goal is to train children to be faithful followers of Jesus Christ.
FBC Henryville’s Awana Clubs meet every Sunday evening at 6:15 pm for children in pre-through sixth grade during the school year (September – May). In addition to Awana for children, FBC Henryville also offers a time of worship and Bible study for adults while the children are meeting in their Awana Clubs. Each school year our pastoral team leads our church on Sunday evenings through a study that seeks to apply the Bible to all of life. During this Awana season we will enjoy a series for adults entitled The King and the Crown: The Grand Story of God in the Epic Stories of Scripture. Throughout the year we will be exploring different stories of scripture and learning how those individual stories point us to Jesus Christ.
We hope that you and your family will be involved with FBC Henryville on Sunday evenings! Regardless of your age, it is the place to be on Sunday nights!!!
What: Awana and Sunday Evening Family Worship
When: Sunday Evenings at 6:15 pm
Where: FBC Henryville Sanctuary
Who: Everyone is invited! Children will be engaged in Awana while the adults participate in a relaxed time of worship and Bible study.
Awana Theme Nights
- February 23rd: Bring a Friend/Missions Night