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Awana Kids & Youth

Ghala  ‖  Tuesday  ‖  4:45-6:15pm  ‖  2-10yrs  ‖  Children Check-in

Ruwi  ‖  Sunday  ‖  7:30-9:00pm  ‖  6-18yrs  ‖  Children Check-in

We are so excited about our Awana Club at PCO Ghala and Ruwi ! Our goal is to have children grow in knowledge and understanding of the Bible. As parents and ministry leaders, we have been given the privilege and honour of sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ with one of the largest unreached people groups in the world: Children. It is an awesome opportunity and we are so excited about what God is going to do in the lives of our children. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve your children and help them learn who God is, what His Son did for us, and how we can live our lives for Him.


It is our prayer that the children involved in Awana will be so excited about what happens on Awana nights that they want everyone they know to attend Awana. Awana is fun and exciting. We play games, learn Bible verses, hear testimonies, and learn how to live a life in service of our Lord, Jesus Christ. We also build relationships, share events in our lives, and help each other get to know Jesus better.

Our History, since 1950, Awana has grown from a one-church program into a ministry that includes more than 12,000 churches in the United States and another 6,000 in more than 109 countries worldwide. Local churches reach hundreds of thousands of young people every week by using the Awana ministry. The goal of Awana is to reach boys and girls with the gospel of Christ and to train them to serve Him. The word Awana stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed and comes from 2 Timothy 2:15. Awana is a fun and exciting way for children to learn Scripture and it works! Thank you for giving us the opportunity to acquaint you with the Awana ministry at The Protestant Church in Oman, and how it can benefit not only your child, but your entire family!

“Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing. the Word of Truth.” - 2 Timothy 2:15


Your child will enjoy the active Awana Game Time uniquely created around the Awana circle. This provides children with the opportunity to compete as a team and not just as individuals. They will learn to win and lose with a proper attitude of fair play and sportsmanship. During Handbook Time an Awana leader works with a small group of clubbers, assisting them in memorizing Bible verses and other learning activities. Your child will begin to gain valuable understanding of spiritual truths and in this way, he/she will earn awards by passing sections in their handbook to motivate further achievement. During Large Group Time your child will be exposed to messages from God’s word from adult speakers. They will also learn (and sing) songs. We offer clubs for Std 1 to 12.


Years : 4    
Goal :  Cubbies is only for Volunteer Kids


Years : 5-7 Yrs

Goal : This club is a three-year program for children from Std 2 to Std 4. Sparks emphasizes Bible memorization and Bible-centred activities which is accomplished through weekly games, council times and handbook time.


Grade : 8-11

Goal : T&T is a program designed for children ages Std 5 to Std 6. This club also emphasizes Bible memorization and Bible-centred activities which is accomplished through weekly games, council times and handbook time.


Ages : 12-14
Goal This programme is designed for children between Std 7 to std 9 with Biblically rich content and practical application for your students' lives. Trek will lead your middle school students to dive deep into Scripture so that they can learn to own their faith and discover what they actually believe.


Grade : 15-18
Goal : Journey , designed for youth between Std 10 to Std 12, establishes high school students as lifelong disciples through a deep study of God's Word, mobilizing them to live with godly perspective and evident faith.  Journey features an energetic look at biblically based content, life application with an emphasis on Scripture memory.

For more information, contact:

Ghala Campus - Felicia Samuel 

Ruwi Campus - Maria Sajini

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