Because life is better in community.

Here at Elevation Church, we believe in growing in community to grow closer with God.
Whether you want to lead a group, offer your home up as a host spot, or you just want to come, all are welcome in Life Groups.

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Life Groups

Men's Group

Every Other Monday
6:00PM

Elevation Church
Led by Sean Musil
Study: Conquer Series - Lust

Women's Group

Thursdays
6:30PM
Clearfield
Led by Tami Davids
Study: 12 Extraordinary Women of The Bible

Men's  Group

Every Other Monday
6:30PM

Layton (The Barber Lounge)
Study: Biblical Barbershop Talk

Men's  Group

Wednesdays
6:30PM
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Led by Jim Cassell
Study: The Book of Hebrews

YOUNG MOM'S GROUP

THURSDAYS | 9:00 - 10:30 AM
Lindsay Emery's House
Children are welcome

INTERVARSITY COLLEGE

THURSDAY | 7PM
Weber State University


InterVarsity is a college campus ministry that is committed to helping students and faculty encounter God and sending out empowered leaders who will change the world. We hope to see every corner of the campus become transformed by the love of Jesus.

FREEDOM JOURNEY

TIME AND PLACE VARIES
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"For the Lord is the Spirit, and wherever the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom."
Are you struggling with sexual issues? You are not alone.
The Freedom Journey is a safe harbor to men who struggle with sexual issues. In our weekly meeting we provide truth and accountability, together we find freedom. Designated groups for struggling women or wives of those struggling are also available. Click below for more information.

NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS

SUNDAYS | 7PM
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NA provides support for those attempting to recover from drugs other than just alcohol. The only requirement to become a member of NA is a desire to overcome your addiction. NA groups don’t make a distinction between any type of drug, including alcohol. They also recognize that polysubstance dependence is common. Any addict who wants to recover is welcome.

ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS

SATURDAYS  | 7PM
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AA  is an international mutual aid fellowship with the stated purpose of enabling its members to "stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety." AA is nonprofessional, self-supporting, and apolitical. Its only membership requirement is a desire to stop drinking.