Our clubs start in February
What is club like in Australia?
You would probably be quite surprised how
similar Awana is here in Australia
to the club where you meet. In fact, clubbers here work in exactly the
same handbooks that you are working in and receive exactly the same type of
awards. You have probably guessed by now that our children memorize Bible
verses in English.
Most Awana clubs in Australia will meet in a church hall (sometimes in a school
hall when the church does not have a building of their own. The Awana
Uniform for T&T in Australia is a navy blue golf/polo shirt. Our
clubs start in February and end for the year in late November/early December.
This coincides with our school year. Our school year is divided
into four terms. This is nice because it makes it easier for our clubbers
to pace themselves in their handbooks. Most groups do the pledge to the
Awana flag and the Australian flag.
Generally speaking, most Awana clubs would have up to 35 children so they would
keep everyone together.
We do not presently have Awana Quizzing in Australia but clubs do like
participating in AwanaGames, competitions and Grand Prix. Some clubs do
have week long camps.