Welcome to the Capital Baptist Church Awana Club website!  We conduct two of more than 10,500 Awana Clubs operating around the world. You'll find many useful links at the bottom of this introduction.

We offer two weekly Awana Club programs.  One club meets on Sunday evenings from 6:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m for 2 years through High School. This club was our first founded club and has been in operation for over ten years serving primarily the English, Korean, and Filipino families.  We meet from September through June each year and welcome new participants throughout the year.  Please contact Commander Norah Harmon with questions,  

Please use the links below for additional information about out clubs and the church.

Our second club has been in operation for  over five years and is on Wednesday nights, meeting from 7:15-8:40pm. This Club is offered through our Spanish Ministry. The primary language of the leadership is Spanish, however, for the attending children, English is the main language spoken. We offer both English and Spanish materials on this club night. Most of the children do English handbooks but hear their story time in Spanish. There is an interpreter for children who attend but do not know Spanish. This club has participated in the Regional Bible Quiz and also hosted the Regional Awana Games at Capital and took first place in both the Sparks and Truth and Training Divisions in 2012.  For questions on this club, please contact the Wednesday Club Commander: Gonzalo Villanueva at

If you do not have a church home, we invite you to visit our church. Our Sunday mornings have available kids programs during our 9:30 and 11:00 services. There are no classes for children during our 8:15 service. There are also Sunday morning classes available for the rest of the family upstairs in the education building at 9:30 and 11:00. Spanish service and classes for kids are at 2:00. There is also a wide variety of weekly activities you can be involved in. We look forward to partnering with your family through Awana and our other church ministries in building a strong family bond with a strong relationship with God at the center!

I would like to know more about Awana!
Link: Club Groups Explained

Link: CBC Awana Welcome Booklet

Link: Doctrinal Statement (What we teach here)

I have a Sparks clubber this year: Letter to New Sparks Parents
Link: Sparks Pacing Schedule

I have a Truth and Training clubber this year: Letter to TandT Parents

Trek Registration Form

Journey Registration Form

Trek and Journey Fees

Awana Highlights:

Superhero Night

End of the Year Highlight Pictures:
Link: Awana Leadership Highlight video from 2008-09
Link: Awana Highlight video from 2012

I want the pictures or the highlight video from a previous year! Link: Media for Sale

Go here if you are looking for a photo taken at Awana: Link: Online Photos

I want to Register my child(ren) for Awana!You may register in person at the church before Awana starts. You may also pick up a registration form (its part of our Awana brochure) in our church lobby as well as on the black KidsTown table in our gym. You may also get the forms online at the links above. You can then bring them with you on your first night.

I need the mailing address for the church: Church info
What are the office hours so I can drop the forms by? Church info

Registration Payment:
You can pay in person the registration fee at the first night you come either cash, personal check, or credit card. You can also pay online here:

Awana Registration