Ushers and Nurses Auxiliary

Ushers and Nurses 2014 Annual Session


About the Ushers and Nurses Auxiliary

The Usher's and Nurse's Auxiliary is comprised of Christian women and men who have been called to serve in their local churches as ushers, nurses and other health workers, and various other church leaders who support the efforts of these groups.

The desire to have a Christ-centered Convention must result in auxiliaries that are Christ-centered in their programming. The Usher's and Nurses Auxiliary seeks to fulfill this mandate by emphasizing Christ's desires for how we should conduct ourselves in our appointed roles in all our of our study efforts. Our workers will learn more about Christ, His mission, His meaning, and His messages.

In order to be Christ-centered and effective in their roles, Ushers and Nurses must first be Christians in their homes, workplace, social settings, and churches. We should not only seek to know Christ, but we should seek to show Christ in our lives. To this end, the Usher's and Nurse's Auxiliary provides information on Christian salvation, encourages members to understand what salvation means so that they can witness about the goodness of Jesus Christ and carry our His Great Commission through ushering and health-related programming.

Ushers and Nurses Resources

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Ushers and Nurses Report Annual Session 2014

The Ushers and Nurses Auxiliary of the National Baptist Convention began the 134th Annual Session in New Orleans, LA by attending the Pleasant Zion Missionary Baptist Church on Sunday morning August 31, 2014.
Each of our sessions began with powerful and uplifting devotionals.  Sis. Lubertha Broomfield and the devotional team were always on time and very prayerful in getting our sessions off to a spiritual beginning...