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What is the role of ushers in the church?

A church usher is a person who helps ensure a smoothly running church service and ministers to people in various practical ways. The specific responsibilities of an usher may vary with each church, but his duties may include greeting people as they arrive for the service, assisting people with special needs and collecting the offerings.

According to Colossians 3:24, the heart of an usher is the heart of a servant, and he does his work for his Lord Jesus. An usher is one who has a true love for the people of the church and desires to promote an atmosphere of reverence and worship in the house of God. A theme verse in the bible that precisely sums up the duties of an usher is from Psalm 84:10; “I would rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God than dwell in the tents of the wicked.”

We, the Usher team at St. Peter's Anglican Church in Waltham, pride ourselves in choosing to adhere to the traditional Christian guidelines established many centuries ago. We extend these concepts through the ecclesiastic teachings of our clergy; enhancing the practice of faith, commitment, goodwill, dedication and solidarity.

         In many ways, the ushers are the “face” of the church. They are first to be seen when people arrive and the last ones seen when everyone leaves. It is important that an usher be friendly, honest, and willing to serve. This important position in the church is one requiring integrity, cordiality, and wisdom.