"Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men." - Colossians 3:23
Members of the Ushering Ministry act as the ambassadors of the Church. As ushers and greeters to church members and visitors who go to the Sunday services, they serve as the frontliners who give the first impression of what constitutes the Church as a whole. Their smile and sincere handshake make attendees feel welcome into the Church. Their warm gesture tells people that their needs will be met, and that the love of Jesus Christ can be felt inside the Church.
Not only do the ushers welcome people in the Church, their other functions also include:
- distributing bulletin, flyers and personal information cards to visitors;
- making sure seats are found for visitors and attendees;
- collecting tithes and offerings; and
- preparing and distributing bread and juice during communion Sunday.
It is the collective desire of the Ushering Ministry to see to it that the discipline and order of the Church is maintained before, during and after the service, doing this "not for men, but for the Lord".