Elevation worship is a form of worship which is held during certain seasons of the year.
In the US, the worship is held in large cities and is traditionally held at churches, schools and other places of worship.
Elevation Worshippers are usually sitting on a platform which has a temple roof or dome, and is covered in a cloth and decorated with flowers.
Members are required to have a small wooden cross in their hands and a small altar on their knees.
They also wear a black vest and veil.
During the summer, the congregation takes part in summer activities such as sunday and Sunday school.
In addition to attending services, members of the congregation are also expected to perform religious rituals such as the washing of feet, the praying of the sinner’s prayer, and the washing of the feet of the sick.
A member of Elevation worships on a platform that has a temple roof or dome.
Source: The Elevation News