Departments

Ushers & Nurses Auxiliary Organizational Structure

PRESIDENT
  • Shall preside over all meetings and is the leader in establishing goals, objectives and general directions for the Ushers and Nurses Auxiliary.
  • She will be responsible for communicating with the President of the Convention and Board of Directors, Ex-official of all boards, commissioners, and committees.
  • Shall appoint all departments, board and committees.
 
VICE PRESIDENT AT-LARGE
  • Shall preside in the absence of or at the request of the President.
 
FIRST VICE PRESIDENT
  • Shall preside in the absence of the President or Vice President At Large or at the request of the President
 
SECOND VICE PRESIDENT
  • Shall preside in the absence of the President or Vice President At-Large or at the request of the President
 
THIRD VICE PRESIDENT
  • Shall preside in the absence of the President or Vice President At-Large or at the request of the President.
 
FOURTH VICE PRESIDENT
  • Shall preside in the absence of the President or Vice President At-Large or at the request of the President.
 
FIFTH VICE PRESIDENT
  • Shall preside in the absence of the President or Vice President At-Large or at the request of the President.
 
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
  • Shall serve in the capacity overseeing and promoting the Secretarial Ministries of the National Baptist Ushers and Nurses Auxiliary.
  • Shall keep a record of names, addresses and necessary information of the membership.
  • Shall be responsible for communicating with the membership between sessions and providing messengers with membership forms.
  • Shall be responsible for all programming.
 
RECORDING SECRETARY
  • Shall serve as the recording officer and oversee the recording of all minutes and proceedings.
  • Shall keep a permanent record in the daily journal of all proceedings and reports given by the general body and all ministries.
  • Shall prepare daily minutes of all National Baptist Ushers & Nurses meetings.  The minutes will be reviewed by the Auxiliary President and presented to the National Convention President and General Secretary on a daily basis and completed minutes turned in at the end of the session.
  • Shall provide copies of the minutes to the Ushers & Nurses general body at the Annual Session.
  • Shall record all other meetings as assigned by the Executive Secretary.
 
ASSISTANT RECORDING SECRETARY
  • Shall assist the Record Secretary in her responsibilities as stated above.
 
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
  • Shall make copies and send out all mailing provided by the Executive Secretary to all messengers and report all returned mail.
 
ASSISTANT CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
  • Shall assist the Corresponding Secretary in her responsibilities as stated above.
 
TREASURER
  • Shall receive, give receipts and account for all monies on behalf of the National Baptist Ushers & Nurses and report to the National Baptist treasurer.
 
FINANCIAL SECRETARY
  • Shall disburse all monies by voucher at the request of the Auxiliary President.
  • Shall prepare upon request a complete financial report to the President, executive committee, general membership and the National Convention President and Board of Directors.
  • Shall be responsible for all financial books and records.
  • Shall send financial reports to the Auxiliary President.

GEOGRAPHICAL REGIONS

Christian growth is essential and by attending the Geographical Regional Workshops, one will have the opportunity to experience the rewards that will come from our well prepared instructors, lecturers, pastors and preachers. Learning is a lifelong process.There is always new information to digest, skills to be acquired, subjects to be mastered and new insights to be gained. God has blessed us in a mighty way and we give Him all of the praise and the glory for what He has done and for what He plans to do.

REGIONAL MEETINGS OVERVIEW

We started by describing our geographical meetings as a scaled down version of our National meeting. Our program is basically the same as on the National level, but with a smaller population. We do registration, we will conduct business meetings, we will attend classes, and we will have a preaching ministry. Our juniors, youth and young adults are actively involved in all aspects of our workshops, with Ms. Bernice Jones servicing as our National Youth Director.
 
  • We will attempt to inspire and motivate local, district and state ushers and nurses To come together in fellowship, creating an interest in the National work.
  • We will encourage and engage all states to get involved in the same work in carrying forth the program of the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc., which is advancing the work of Christ.
  • We will encourage growth in attendance and participation at our National meetings.
  • We will create fellowships that are Christ centered.
  • We will measure everything we do by VISA.