What is Awana?

Awana is a Bible-based club with a focus on Scripture memorization, teamwork and good sportsmanship utilizing unique Awana games and practical teaching of Bible principles. Awana is a place where kids from every walk of life can come and experience the love of God while developing a personal relationship and walk with Him.

More information on Awana and the Awana Corporation can be found at

What age groups do you accommodate?

When does the Tucson Baptist Church Awana Club meet?

Our Awana program runs during the school year (Aug – May) and meets on the Tucson Baptist Church campus every Wednesday night from 6:30pm – 8:00pm.

Tucson Baptist Church • 1525 S Columbus Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85711

What does it cost?

Tucson Baptist Church utilizes many of Awana’s high-quality, professionally produced materials to create an exceptional experience for our clubbers. The costs for the Tucson Baptist Church Awana Club are:


(Annual Registration Fee)

(Included in Registration Fee)


Cubbies, Sparks and T&T

(Annual Registration Fee)



Tucson Baptist Church Awana Club has established a scholarship program to help families in need of financial assistance in covering these costs. Please click here if you would like to make a donation to help a child participate in Awana. (Please choose the “Other” category and designate Awana Scholarship Fund in the message box).

How do I sign my child up?

Click Here to Register for Awana

Meet our Awana Commander

Since 2010, Tucson Baptist Church has been faithfully running an Awana club for our midweek children’s program. In 2016, Daniel Taylor stepped in to assume the role of Awana Commander.

Daniel is a lifelong member of Tucson Baptist Church and has many years of volunteer experience in youth ministries. He was saved at a young age in the TBC youth program. His wife Lauren also serves on the Awana leadership team as club secretary, handling recordkeeping and material distribution. They have two young girls, Addison and Aria, and the entire family loves Tucson Baptist Church. Outside of his family and his church, Daniel is an avid cyclist, runner and swimmer and has competed in a handful of local triathlons and other athletic events.

No, we gladly welcome all children who fit in the age/grade range of our club!

Yes! We welcome families to come up to three Awana club nights as a visitor to see if we would be a good fit for you. There are no costs associated with coming as a visitor. After the three trial weeks, we kindly ask that children become registered clubbers so they can fully engage in all Awana has to offer.

In most cases, children who were actively involved in Awana with another church will not lose progress when joining the Tucson Baptist Church Awana Club. Our Awana leadership team will work diligently to make the transition for your child as seamless as possible. However, it is very possible that certain aspects of the Awana program will vary from one church to the next (handbook progression, award system, uniform requirements). Please contact with any questions.

We do not take lightly the trust and responsibility given to us to work with your children on a weekly basis; therefore, the following are requirements for ALL of our Awana Club Volunteers:

• Adult member of Tucson Baptist Church

• Faithful church attendance

• Pass a criminal background check

• Completion of Awana Volunteer training

If you meet the requirements above and would like to volunteer to serve in the Tucson Baptist Awana Club, please click here to complete the volunteer registration form.

Tucson Baptist Church and its Awana Club exclusively uses the King James Version of the Bible.

For all other questions related to the Tucson Baptist Church Awana Club, please email

Parent Resources

Handbook Audio Track