Sparks-A-Rama and AwanaGames are “church driven” events as opposed to a “missionary dependent” events. What does that mean? That means as a church or an Awana club you may run Sparks-A-Rama and AwanaGames in the manner it makes the most sense for your individual situation.
Intra Club Game Day —Competition on a club night or weekend as a competition between clubbers to attract parents, family and friends to hear the Gospel message, and build relationships with those outside of your church.
Inter Club Game Day—competition between churches in your city, county, denomination, etc.* attract parents, family and friends to hear the Gospel message, and build relationships with those outside of your church.
Play whichever individual games you choose, modifying rules to suit your needs if necessary.
Partner clubbers and parents to form teams.
What ideas do you have?
Rulebooks—all the “traditional” Sparks-A-Rama and T&T AwanaGames are listed in the game books available for purchase from Awana The Official Sparks Game Book—see p. 206 for list The Official T&T Game Book—see p. 194 for list
Equipment— use your standard game kit. You can also use the Awana Sport Stacking Kit.
Please call us if you have questions, or need ideas to get started. Also, let us know the ways you implement Sparks-A-Rama and AwanaGames in your club!
*We are not permitted to provide contact information for other churches in your area, but feel free to contact those you know, or use the “find an Awana program near you” search at www.awana.org/reach-kids