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Coming up this Christmas at Elevation:

  • Travel Light Message Series

    In a crowded, busy holiday season, it’s common for people to feel weighed down by family relationships, financial pressure, regret, or failure. This series will help people see that the weight they feel comes from things that God never asked them to carry, and His solution is simple: Let go of the baggage and travel light.

    Series continues this Sunday,

    9:00 & 11:00 am, 316 Gravois Road, Fenton, MO.

  • Cookie Blitz

    It’s no fun to work on Christmas Day, and yet many will have to this year. So we want to make their day a little bit sweeter by bringing them cookies!

    There's a few ways you can participate:

    • Bring cookies to church, Sunday, December 22.
    • Help build boxes and cut ribbon Thursday, December 19, 6:00 pm at Elevation Church.
    • Help pack and prepare the cookies Sunday, December 22 after the 11:00 am service.
    • Deliver the cookies to people working on Christmas Day.
    Want to participate? Sign up to bring cookies, build boxes, or deliver cookies here. To help pack the cookies, simply show up to the Cookie Packing Party December 22.
  • Candlelight christmas Eve worship

    Amidst all of the holiday craziness, family drama, and seasonal stress, take a moment to stop, breathe deeply, and remember what Christmas is all about. Join us in celebrating the day when HOPE was born. 

    We will also be spreading hope as we receive a mission offering to build a medical clinic in El Salvador.

    Christmas Eve Worship Times: 2:00, 4:00, & 6:00 pm, 316 Gravois Road, Fenton, MO.

    Kids' Programming will be available all three services for Infant - Age 5. The Kids' Choir will sing at the 4:00 pm service. Want your kid to be a part of the choir?

Christmas Eve Offering

This Christmas Eve we’re going to be spreading hope into Central America. 

We will be receiving an offering to build a medical clinic in a heavily populated gang area of El Salvador. This clinic will not only deliver life-saving medical care, it will also give every person who enters it’s doors the opportunity to receive the Lord. 

Listen to Janis Watkins share one of the thousands of stories about the incredible things that God is doing in El Salvador: