ELEMENT Students

Element Students

At Elevate Life Church we do not have a student ministry - we are a student ministry.

Students who call Elevate Life Church home are asked to get involved in everything we do.
They're plugged into e/groups. They volunteer. They give their resources. They're not
waiting to make an impact. Students are making a difference right now.

Element Students are on the front lines leading in our church and we wouldn't have it
any other way. We believe this present generation of students has the potential
to be used by God in a way that surpasses every other generation in history.


Welcome to Element! God is calling our students to RUN even for one person. We invite your student(s) to come check out one of our Sunday night large groups (6:00 - 7:30 pm). Over the next few weeks though, Element is taking a break! Groups will resume again on June 12th, so we hope to see you all then!

Fleming Island
2450 Pinehurst Ln
Fleming Island, FL 32003
Oakleaf
732 Chestwood Chase Dr.
Orange Park, FL 32065



Have you ever seen something go viral? Maybe you saw one of those videos from a singing competition show where a candidate everyone expected to be terrible ended up being amazing. Or maybe you saw a meme with the president or the pope or Kermit the frog that was totally hilarious and you just happened to notice that it had been shared over a million times. Or it’s the GIF of the weatherman reporting from the middle of a hurricane who literally gets knocked over by the wind…again and again. Or it’s any video of cats. Even though the word “viral” originally meant something awful, like disease, it has grown to describe anything that starts small and spreads quickly. And that’s what this series is about. Picking things in our lives, the right kinds of things, to go viral—to experience something, and then share it, and have it spread, so that before long something that started small, and maybe even started with us, can end up having a big effect on the world around us.

Viral is a new series that starts on June 12th and will end on June 26th.

“AND JESUS GREW IN WISDOM AND STATURE, AND IN FAVOR WITH GOD AND MAN.” – LUKE 2:52 NIV

252 is an internship designed to help High School students grow in wisdom, stature, and favor with God and man. The 252 semester is not only a lot of fun, but it also includes hands-on ministry training, in-depth teachings by Elevate Life Church's staff and interns, and growth though life-giving relationships. If you commit to a semester of 252, you will grow in your relationship with God like never before!

SUNDAY SCHEDULE: July 3rd. 17th, 24th, & 31st
Per campus, 252 Students are expected to arrive at 6:00AM and check-in with their campus lead. Students are expected to serve during all of the Sunday experiences and help with teardown. In addition, students are expected to help with both setup and teardown of our Sunday evening ELEMENT House Parties.

TUESDAY SCHEDULE: July 5th. 19th, 26th, & August 2nd
All 252 Students are expected to participate in the weekly Elevate Leadership Academy meetings at Oakleaf Baptist from 6:30PM to 9:30PM.

THURSDAY SCHEDULE: July 7th. 21st, 28th, & August 4th
Location TBA. Dedicated time just for the 252 Students from 9:00AM to 1:00PM.


252 Internship Application

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WHO IS COLLIDE CONFERENCE FOR?
Collide Summer Conference is designed for students who are rising 6th graders through graduated seniors.

WHAT DOES THE COST OF COLLIDE CONFERENCE INCLUDE?
The cost per student or leader is for Collide Conference is $300 per student. This includes:
Admission to all sessions
Lodging for 4 nights
Transportation to and from Daytona Beach, FL
Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner from Sunday Night through Thursday Morning.

HOW MANY ADULT LEADERS WILL THERE BE?
For the safety and well being of all students, we have one leader in every room with 4 students, and at least one adult for every 8 students.

CAN COLLIDE CONFERENCE ACCOMMODATE FOOD ALLERGIES AND DIETARY RESTRICTIONS?
Yes. If you have students with allergies or special dietary needs, please let us know prior to July 1st. We will be glad to accommodate any requests that are communicated prior to arrival at Collide Conference.

WHERE WILL THE SESSIONS TAKE PLACE?
All Collide Conference Main Sessions will take place at the Hilton Hotel on Daytona Beach.

WHAT WILL A TYPICAL DAY BE LIKE?
A typical day at Collide Conference will include Main Session talks, time for mentors to connect with students in small groups, Tribe Wars, and free time to hang out at the beach or pool.

WHAT ARE TRIBES?
Tribes provide a high-energy, fun, and competitive element to Collide Conference! Students are grouped into teams and led in large group activities as they compete throughout the week, and at the end, only one Tribe will win!

WHAT DO MY STUDENTS NEED TO BRING?
Students should bring their Bible, a notepad or journal, a pen, beach towels, sunscreen, extra spending money, and anything else they would normally bring to the beach.

IS THERE A DRESS CODE FOR COLLIDE CONFERENCE?
We want all students to feel comfortable and welcome at Collide Conference, and for there to be as few distractions as possible. We ask that leaders be responsible for making sure all of their students are dressed appropriately. One-piece bathing suits are required for girls. We understand that not all one-pieces are modest enough, so please be clear with your students about what is and isn’t appropriate beachwear. We also ask that guys wear a shirt at all times, unless they are at the beach or the pool. Overall, please ask your students to be modest, smart and respectful with their attire.

WHO DO I EMAIL IF I STILL HAVE QUESTIONS?
You can email Jennifer Davis, our camp coordinator, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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