Grace Church Aurora (GCA) is an independent, non-denominational Bible church.  We were established on May 31, 1981 as a church plant by an assembly of believers now known as South Fellowship. A group from "South" had met as a Sunday School class for about a year, and eighty-seven from that class who lived in Aurora begain meeting at Mracheck Middle School in Aurora.  The mother church provided Senior Pastor Kent Tucker, Associate Pastor Jim Demolar, and shortly thereafter Ron Cobble as Director of Children's Ministries.

In mid-1983, GCA moved to Chambers Point Shopping Center at Mexico and Chambers where we met for the next twenty years.  That same year, the church purchased 51 acres of land east of Aurora in hopes it would be instrumental in helping us to have a permanent church home.  An economic recession stalled that dream for a while.

In the intervening years, Grace enjoyed the help and support of many full and part-time staff members.  Under the leadership of Greg and Mari West and Darrell Cosden, students at Denver Seminary, Grace enjoyed a strong youth ministry.  After they graduated, they left Grace for other ministries.  David Chambless served as Minster of Music for a time.  Melanie Beckstrom was hired from within Grace as Children's Director, remaining with us until her husband, Gary, was transferred to San Diego.  She was briefly succeeded by Don Stahl who eventually moved to New Mexico.  Steve Sartin, a former Continental Singer, served as Director of Music.  Rob and Karen Shive assisted us as youth ministers before moving to Michigan.  We have been blessed to have such quality people working for us.

Kent Tucker remained as Senior Pastor until June 1990 when God directed him toward a different ministry.  He returned to California to become Associate Pastor of Adult Ministry at Hillside Community Church in Alta Loma.  During the year-long search for a permanent replacement, Marv Wooten served as interim pastor with an Elder, George Goolde, assisting in preaching and teaching.  In June 1991, Larry Hoskins joined us as Senior Pastor and is still serving in that capacity today.

It has been our privilege to send many missionaries.  The Gallop family served for many years in Niger.  Linda Collins has served in the inner city in Denver.   In 1986, the Senior High youth group along with several adult leaders participated in a week-long missions trip to the Mexicali Valley in Baja California Norte, Mexico under the auspices of Azusa Pacific University. For over twenty years, we enjoyed the privilege of sending a team to the same small village of Tlaxcala.  Our ministry there grew from simply a Vacation Bible School program to various ministries for every age group in the village.  We also sent a team to Houma, Louisiana to help with the relief effort from Hurricane Katrina, and we have sent two teams to Ensenada, ministering much as we did in Tlaxcala.

The vision of Grace had always looked towards building a permanent facility.  So, when interest revived and when economic conditions opened the door to sell the land purchased in 1983, the Land Committee earnestly looked for a buyer.  That sale took place in March of 2000.

Subsequently, the Facility Action Committee (FAC) was formed to investigate future possibilities for Grace Church.  Under the leadership of Al Quintana, the FAC finally decided to purchase land.  A 4.51 acre parcel close to Tower and Hampden looked promising as a central location, but the asking price of $785,000 was far out of our price range of $500,000 to $535,000.  The leadership decided to use the property as a "practice run" on how to present a buyer's proposal.  We offered $520,000, were countered by the owners, and then made a final offer of $535,000 that was accepted by the City of Aurora!

In 2004, GCA moved into our new facility of almost 9,000 square feet pictured on our Home Page.  We continue to love the Lord, to love each other, and to reach into the community with the Gospel and the faithful teaching of the Word of God as we seek to fulfill our purpose: 

To glorify God by lovingly making disciples who worship and obediently serve Him.

 

Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. (Philippians 4:6-7 NASB)

Quotes on Prayer:

"Beware in your prayers, above everything else, of limiting God, not only by unbelief, but by fancying that you know what He can do.  Expect unexpected things, ‘above all that we ask or think’.  Each time, before you Intercede, be quiet first, and worship God in His glory.  Think of what He can do, and how He delights to hear the prayers of His redeemed people. Think of your place and privilege in Christ, and expect great things!" (Andrew Murray)
"Lord, Thou sendest down rain upon the uncounted millions of the forest, and givest the trees to drink exceedingly.  We are here upon this isle a few handfuls of men, and how many myriads upon myriads of stalwart trees!  Teach us the lesson of the trees.  The sea around us, which this rain recruits, teems with the race of fish; teach us, Lord, the meaning of the fishes.  Let us see ourselves for what we are, one out of the countless number of the clans of thy handiwork.  When we would despair, let us remember that these also please and serve Thee."  (Robert Louis Stevenson-Vailima Prayers and Sabbath Morn)
"I ought not to omit any of the parts of prayer—confession, adoration, thanksgiving, petition, and intercession.  There is a fearful tendency to omit confession, proceeding from low views of God and his law, slight views of my heart and the sins of my past life.  This must be resisted.  There is a constant tendency to omit adoration, when I forget to whom I am speaking-when I rush heedlessly into the presence of Jehovah, without remembering His awful name and character—when I have little eyesight for His glory, and little admiration of His wonders.  'Where are the wise?'  I have the native tendency of the heart to omit giving thanks.  And yet it is specially commanded, Philippians 4:6.  Often when the heart is selfish, dead to the salvation of others, I omit intercession.  And yet it especially is the spirit of the great Advocate, who has the name of Israel always on His heart.  Perhaps every prayer need not have all these; but surely a day should not pass without some space being devoted to each."  (Robert Murray M' Cheyne)

Books on Prayer:

Power Through Prayer:  E. M. Bounds

The Possibilities of Prayer:  E. M. Bounds

The Necessity of Prayer:  E. M. Bounds

The Weapon of Prayer:  E. M. Bounds

We currently have three Adult Bible Fellowships (ABF's)  — a women only ABF, a men only ABF, and one mixed adult ABF.  These fellowships meet during the Sunday School hour from 9:30 - 10:30 a.m, preceded by refreshments available in the foyer at 9:15 a.m.

For our Ladies . . .

 

Grace Church Aurora
Ladies Sunday School Class
9:15 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
 

The ladies will begin studying Kelly Minter's No Other Gods on the first Sunday in January 2014.

Sandy Phelps and Kathy Cooper are leading this study. Class “officially” begins at 9:30 a.m., however as our ladies tend to have lots to discuss…we continue to purpose to have the Ladies Sunday School Room “ready for action” by 9:15 a.m. We'll use that time 9:15 a.m. - to around - 9:40 a.m. to talk about our week, with class time beginning at 9:40 a.m. and the lesson closing at 10:15 a.m. - leaving time for prayer requests and/or praises - with class being dismissed no later than 10:30 a.m.

 
Please join us as we study God's Word.  If you have any questions regarding this study or the Ladies Sunday School Class, please feel free to contact Sandy or Kathy.
 
“Show me Your ways, O Lord, teach me Your paths;
guide me in Your truth and teach me, for You are God my Savior,

and my hope is in You all day long.”  (Psalm 25: 4-5)

 

 Join us for a wonderful time of teaching and fellowship every Sunday morning at 9:30 AM in the education wing.

 

For Men Only . . .

This class is currently studying the book of James  -- a plea for practical, authentic Christianity.  How does a Christian man respond to trials, to temptation and the Word of God?  How does one eliminate prejudice and change from indifference and intellectualism to faith in action?  How does a follower of Christ control the tongue, the heart, and the will.  Lastly, how does an authentic Christian properly handle finances, sickness, and sin in his own life or in that of his fellow believer?  One of our Elders, Jeff Cooper, a former Marine E-9, will be teaching.  This class will meet in room next to the Pastor's Study in the GCA Office.  We invite you to join us in our attempt to grow as men.

For Mixed Adults . . .

Our Mixed Adult ABF currently meets in the Worship center from 9:30-10:30 on Sunday mornings. This ABF has just finished up a study of the book of Numbers where we sought to learn from the choices made by the Israelites as they were following God. 

Have patterns of superficial communication spilled over into your talks with God? In an effort to overcome the clichés which so often enter into our communication with God we will begin a study of the Psalms (in chronological order) where the writers honestly poured out their true feelings which reflected a dynamic, powerful, and life-changing friendship with God.



Fellowship times with other members of the Body of Christ is the place where lives are formed and transformed.  One of the places fellowship blooms at Grace Church Aurora is in small groups where people meet together to pray, to study the Bible, and to grow together.  The Elders of GCA sincerely encourage everyone who attends to become a part of a small group.  Talk with the leaders of these groups, and then visit different ones until you find the one that best fits you.

You may contact our Small Group Leaders here

"How blessed is he man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked,

nor stand in the path of sinners,

nor sit in the seat of scoffers!

But his delight is in the law of the Lord,

and in His law he meditates day and night.

He will be like a tree

firmly planted by streams of water,

which yields its fruit in its season

and its leaf does not wither;

and in whatever he does, he prospers."

Psalm 1:1-3 (NASB95)

 

A definition of authentic, biblical Manhood:  A man is someone who rejects passivity, accepts responsibilty, leads courageously, and lives for the greater reward -- God's reward.  -- Robert Lewis in Men's Fraternity

 

Men's Adult Bible Fellowship -- This class is currently studying the book of James  -- a plea for practical, authentic Christianity.  How does a Christian man respond to trials, to temptation and the Word of God?  How does one eliminate prejudice and change from indifference and intellectualism to faith in action?  How does a follower of Christ control the tongue, the heart, and the will.  Lastly, how does an authentic Christian properly handle finances, sickness, and sin in his own life or in that of his fellow believer?  One of our Elders, Jeff Cooper, a former Marine E-9, will be teaching.  This class will meet in room next to the Pastor's Study in the GCA Office.  We invite you to join us in our attempt to grow as men.

 

Caveman Connection -- If you are interested in our regular e-mail communications for GCA's Men's Ministry, contact Carl Elliott, one of our Elders, and he will put you on the list.

 

Activities:  Watch for updates as new events are planned.

 

"Masculinity is a God-given trust for the good of all His creatures, not a right for men to exercise for their own self-exaltation or ego satisfaction.  It is less a prerogative than a calling.  It is a duty and obligation and charge.  Like all God's requirements, it is not meant to be onerous or burdensome (1 Jn. 5:3).  But it is nevertheless a burden to be borne, and which in Christ can be borne lightly (Mt. 11:30)." -- John Piper

from Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womandhood, p. 37

Edited by John Piper and Wayne Grudem

 In studying the Scriptures, men have four primary roles:

  1. Image Bearer -- Our lives are to be mirrors that reflect our Creator (Gen. 1:26).
  2. Care-taker/Cultivator -- Working and providing were our responsibility, even before the Fall, and continues to be so (Gen. 2:15).  Because of the Fall, we can expect work to be hard (Gen. 3:17-19).
  3. Leader/Warrior -- We have a spiritual enemy (Eph. 2:1-2) that we must fight only in the strength of the Lord, being armed in His armor (1 Cor. 16:13; Eph. 6:10-18).
  4. Sage/Teacher -- We get godly wisdom from God's Word, and we teach it as we learn it, live it as godly examples, and pass it on to others (James 1:5; Ezra 7:10; 2 Tim. 2:2).

For men who are not content to remain where they are and who earnestly desire to become the kind of men God has call us all to be, we encourage you listen to Part 10 of the sermon series, Trials, entitled, Of Marriage and Men, by Pastor Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church.  Mark's message is speaking to men in a no-nonsense tone that shows that he means business.  Evident throughout the message are his heart for God, for men, and for God's church.  We share Mark's heart.  We believe that God means business with us and that He intends for us to mean business with Him and with His purposes for our lives.  If you want to be a better man, this message is a great place to start.

Grace Church Aurora



Ladies Sunday School Class



9:15 a.m. — 10:30 a.m.

 

The Women's Sunday School Class will begin studying Kelly Minter's No Other Gods the first Sunday in January 2014.

Sandy Phelps and Kathy Cooper are leading the study. Class "officially" starts at 9:30 a.m. However, we ladies tend to have a lot to discuss and share so we try to have the Ladies Sunday School Room "ready for action" by 9:15 a.m. when the sharing can begin -- giving us all a few extra minutes to "talk about our week!"   Class time will begin at 9:40 a.m. with the lesson time closing around 10:15 a.m. - leaving time for prayer requests and/or praises and discussions of how we can support each other during the week ahead - with class being dismissed by 10:30 a.m.

There is no homework to start with; rather we will study together what the teachers have prepared. Please do consider joining us each Sunday morning as we explore God's Word on the very compelling subject of having a heart for Him. We will have copies of the study book available, "just waiting to be shared."

"Make me know Your ways, O Lord;

Teach me Your paths.  Lead me in Your truth and teach me,

For You are the God of my salvation; For You I wait all the day"

Psalm 25:4-5

UPCOMING EVENTS  

 

 

 

 

 

 

The words of Jesus Christ, “Go, make disciples of all nations,” have always been the heartbeat of GCA.  For over twenty years, we have sent teams of adults and young people to Mexico, and more recently, a team to Louisiana to assist with Hurricane Katrina relief efforts.  We have also enjoyed the opportunity to send college-age students and adults who so desire on short-term missions trips. 

From these efforts and from GCA’s overall ministry, several have gone from our church into full-time missionary work for a time, and some continue to this day.

Below is a list of the missions organizations we support with prayer and, in some cases, with financial support as we are able.  We also seek to build long-term relationships with missionaries.

To learn more about these organizations or the missionaries associated with them, click on the links associated with them (links for some are unavailable):

AWANA Chad & Karen Smith (Front Range Ministries)

Abundant Life MinistriesA community Bible Study, reaching women locally (Aurora, CO)

Campus Crusade for Christ International Staff (Far East Asia)

Christian Military FellowshipBob & Nancy Flynn (Denver, CO)

FamilyLife MinistriesBob & Debbie Anderson (Little Rock, AR)

The Gideons International Local businessmen and their wives distributing Bibles and Testaments

Open Door Fellowship Church Linda Collins -- Inner City Women’s Ministries (Denver, CO)

SIM-USAJoe & Linda Gallop -- TEN3 -- Transformation Education Network (Houghton, NY)

Slavic Gospel Association -- Nikolay & Lyuba Palamarchuk -- Church Planting (Vartikovtsi District, Chernovtsi Region, Ukraine)

Got Questions?

If you need any help in answering questions about the Christian faith feel free to e-mail or call the church, and we will do our best to help you

 

Need Answers?

For those of you seeking to learn how to defend your faith against the questions or attacks of others, be sure to check out the Links tab on our Home Page, and look under the section on Apolgetics.  You'll find many resources there to assist you.

 

You're Important!

GCA cares about students and singles who live locally or who may be separated from their families and church homes by college or career.  We would love to get to know you better and together, we can learn how to help each other.  Please accept our open invitation to consider making GCA your church home . . . or your home away from home.

On Sunday mornings, from 9:30 - 10:30, our students also gather in a Sunday School class to study God's Word together, pray, and build relationships.  This ministry is led by our pastor, Larry Hoskins.  We hope you will join us.

On Wednesdaynights:

YOU’RE INVITED . . .To Dave Ramsey’s Generation Change

Where:     The Hoskins’ Home (Led by Larry & Janet)

                  19950 E. Eldorado Drive (1 mile from GCA)

                  Aurora, CO  80013-3700

                  303.766.2980 (Home); 720.971.2980 (Cell)

                  E-mail:  LarryHoskins@q.com

When:  Starting Wednesday, June 4, 2014, 7-9 p.m.

Cost:  $10 per student total (for 3 workbooks), but if you can’t afford it, come anyway!  All are welcome!!!

What is Generation Change?

It’s an all-new suite of Bible studies designed to lead teens to a better understanding of God, themselves and their money—and how it all works together. In the three different teaching series, students are equipped with biblical principles to BE who God created them to be, to DO more with their money, and to GO out into the world ready to write their story. Lesson videos on DVD with Dave Ramsey and his daughter, Rachel Cruze, supplemented with student workbooks, along with engaging hands-on activities, will bring new biblical and financial truths to your generation, making you a generation of change.You will gain a better understanding of your true value in Christ, learn how to make the most of what God has given you, and develop the skills you need to live out a life of biblical stewardship.

There are three sets of lessons (BE, DO, and GO), each lasting three weeks.

1

Be Yourself (June 4, 2014)

You will learn that your identity isn't wrapped up in what the world says. Rachel covers contentment and the truth that money itself isn't evil. This lesson also emphasizes that it's not about how much money you have, but rather what you do with money that matters.

2

Be Realistic (June 11, 2014)

Today's teens are drowning in advertising and hit with peer pressure all day every day. In this lesson, students learn how to fight these pressures—and win. The concepts of debt and net worth are also introduced, along with the question of whether or not it's okay to have nice things.

3

Be Aware (June 18, 2014)

Teens face a lot of money myths: My parents will always take care of me. One day, I'll have as much money as my parents do now. Teens don't need to budget. Money isn't spiritual. I shouldn't give if I don't have money. This lesson debunks these myths and gives students a new mindset for their money.

1

Do the Details (June 25, 2014)

A budget is the key to winning with money—even for teens! This lesson teaches basic budgeting, including Dave's cash envelope system and debit card strategies. Plus, students will tackle the subject of wants versus needs.

2

Do the Math (July 2, 2014)

Math isn't fun. This lesson is. Teens will learn how to prioritize saving over spending and how to save for big things like a car and college. They'll also learn how compound interest works, the basics of mutual funds, and why having an emergency fund is such a big deal.

3

Do Your Part (July 9, 2014)

What made the Good Samaritan so good? It was his attitude about giving. In this lesson, Dave and Rachel explore the meaning of stewardship. Topics include giving both time and money, understanding the tithe, giving beyond the tithe through offerings, and how teens can make an impact on the world today! 

1

Go Debt Free (July 16, 2014)

What makes debt so dangerous? This eye-opening lesson reveals the truth about debt, from credit cards to student loans, along with strategies for living a debt-free life. Students also learn how a credit score works and why it's no measure of winning with money.

2

Go to Work (July 23, 2014)

This lesson helps teens start to figure out their purpose in life and how choose a college major that fits. They'll also learn how to set big goals, create a winning resume, and ace a job interview.

3

Go the Distance (July 30, 2014)

This lesson shows teens how to follow God's plan through their college years—and after. Topics include how to pick classes, buy books, get scholarships and grants, and more. This lesson also explores the cost of life in the "real world," from insurance to investing. Life takes a plan. You’ll get it here!


 


GCA has a thriving Middle School ministry for students in Grades 6-8 that meets on Wednesday nights, from 6-7:30 p.m.  Under the capable leadership of Tim and Alicia Horn, our students learn God's Word, enjoy worship, play together, and help the community and the world by expressing their social concern in events like the 30-Hour Famine, feeding the homeless at the Denver Rescue Mission, and helping to support other causes and create awareness.  We have a number of students who come from the community and from other churches.  Come give us a try!  You'll be glad you did!

Children were important to Jesus, and they are important to us! We love our children and desire to help them become disciples of Jesus Christ at every age.

We provide educational opportunities for every age group from Nursery to 5th Grade, after which they transition to our Middle School and High School ministries.

GCA offers the following Children's Ministries:

  • Sunday School -- We offer classes for Nursery, Pre-school (2's and 3's), Grades 1-3, and Grades 4-5.
  • Children's Church-- Children, Grades Kindergarten through 6th Grade join the whole church during the first part of the worship service and are then dismissed for children's church. This ministry is held most Sundays during the school year, except on Communion Sundays approximately every six weeks.
  • Nursery & Pre-school -- These ministries run concurrently during both Sunday School and the Worship Service. We have a two-part nursery ministry -- one for sleeping, and one for playing and for being held. Instruction is given to children, even at this young age! Our nursery is located close to the worship area. Toys are sanitized each week.
  • Awana -- See our Awana-GCA tab on the web site under Grace Life at the top of our Home Page for more information.
  • Vacation Bible School -- No VBS will be held for the summer of 2012. This year GCA will be hosting a Good News Club on Tuesday, July 31 thru Friday, August 3rd from 2:30 - 4:30 p.m., for children ages 5 - 12.  You may register your child(ren) on July 31st at the church.
  • Special Programs -- As we have volunteers who so desire, our children are prepared to minister to our larger congregation in plays or presentations that require extra commitment and preparation. If you want your heart warmed, you will not want to miss one of these!
  • Safety: For your child's protection, our children's workers have attended our church for at least six months (rare exceptions are made on a case-by-case basis by Elder-approved leadership). All workers have background checks before they are permitted to work with our children. Children also are signed in and out of each class, and a hallway monitor watches out for strangers and checks in on the classes during Sunday School and Church times. Additionally, every classroom door has a window for easy visibility. For more information about our children's ministry, contact our Church Office.  

GCA Cubbie, Spark & T&T Awana Clubs

Check here for cancellations or special announcements: 

Registration for CST Clubs will be August 24th from 4:00-5:00PM @ Grace Church Aurora

AWANA (Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed) comes from 2 Timothy 2:15 (NASB), "Be diligent to present yourself approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth." Awana is an international youth ministry committed to "reaching boys and girls with the gospel of Christ and training them to serve Him."

CLUBS:

Cubbies: 3 and 4 year olds

Sparks: Kindergarten through 2nd Grade

T&T (Truth and Training): 3rd Grade through 6th Grade (6th graders can choose Trek club instead)


Club activities each Awana night include:

Game Time — Clubbers play games on the unique Awana game square.

Handbook Time — Clubbers work through age-appropriate handbooks, memorizing Bible verses and doing activities, while earning awards based on their efforts.

Council Time — Clubbers hear Bible stories and age-appropriate lessons based on Christian principles.


 

Key Dates & Times:

Registration: Sunday August 24th @ 4:00PM

First Club night: Sunday Sept 7th @ 4:00PM!

CLUB TIME: Sundays 4:00PM - 6:00PM


2014-2015 Forms:

2014-15 Family Order Form - This form is required with the registration form for dues, books, bags & uniforms.

GCA Awana Handbook - Contains club nightly schedule, rules, encouragement, contact info, what to do if..., and more.

2014-15 Calendar - Calendar of year's theme nights & events (e.g. grand prix)!


Special Activities:

Grand Prix:  Race day for the clubber pinewood derby cars will be Nov 3rd, 2013.  We look forward to a great race day! 

T&T Bible Quizzing: TBD (Usually in Feb) @ TBD location.  Bible Quizzing tests students’ knowledge of material in handbooks and provides individual and team recognition and awards. The quizzing has three components; 1) Written Test due before event, 2) Multiple Choice & 3) Speed Rounds.  See fourcornersawana.org for more information.

T&T Awana Games & Sparks-A-Rama: TBD (Usually in Feb) @ TBD location.  Clean fun for clubbers to compete around the Awana game square and to hear the gospel message. See fourcornersawana.org for more information.


Additional Information:

Contact the Awana Commander for more information or suggestions for this year.

Visit fourcornersawana.org for more information about Colorado Awana information from our missionaries, Joe & Jill Cook

Visit www.awana.org for more information about Awana Clubs International.

GCA Trek & Journey Clubs

Check here for cancellations

AWANA (Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed) comes from 2 Timothy 2:15 (NASB), "Be diligent to present yourself approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth." Awana is an international youth ministry committed to "reaching boys and girls with the gospel of Christ and training them to serve Him."

Clubs:

Trek — 6th - 8th grade students (6th graders can choose Truth & Training club instead - see Awana Page)

Journey — 9th - 12th grade students


Club activities each Awana night include:

Game Time — Clubbers play games on the unique Awana game square.

Handbook Time — Clubbers work through age-appropriate handbooks, memorizing Bible verses and doing activities, while earning awards based on their efforts.

Council Time — Clubbers hear Bible stories and age-appropriate lessons based on Christian principles.


Key Dates & Times:

Registration night is Monday, August 18, 2014 from 6:45PM - 7:45PM.

First club night is Monday, September 8, 2014 from 6:45PM - 8:30PM.

Awards night is Monday 5/4/2015


2014-15 FORMS:

2014-2015 TJ Calendar  (Updated 8/10/2014)

2014-2015 TJ Awana Registration Form  (Updated 8/10/2014)

2014-2015 TJ Medical Release Form  (Updated 8/10/2014)

2014-2015 TJ Clubber Guideline Form (Updated 8/10/2014)


Special Activities:

Bible Quizzing: Quizzing is TBD from TBD, location is TBD.  Bible Quizzing tests students’ knowledge of material in handbooks and provides individual and team recognition and awards.  See fourcornersawana.org for more information.

Awana Games: Games are on TBD from TBD, location is TBD.  Clean fun for clubbers to compete around the Awana game square and to hear the gospel message. See fourcornersawana.org for more information.

Summit 2015 (Journey only): April 9-11 (travel April 8-12) in Kansas City, KS!  Games, Quizzing and Fine Arts on national scale!


Additional Info:

Contact the Awana Commander for more information or suggestions for this year.

for more information or suggestions for this year.

Visit fourcornersawana.org for more information about Colorado Awana information from our missionaries, Joe & Jill Cook

Visit www.awana.org for more information about Awana Clubs International.