HOSTESSES AND USHERS
You are the first contact the LOST have with our church. FIRST IMPRESSIONS last the longest and are the deepest. What you SAY, how you are DRESSED, your ATTITUDE, and SPIRIT will go a long way to determine what our guests think about our church and what God has to offer them.
We should be kind, courteous, mannerly, smiling, eager, humble, and A GOOD LISTENER.
1. Greet each guest and make them feel welcome and relaxed.
2. Lead them to the guest register to obtain their name, address and phone number.
3. Issue a GUEST CARD and a CHURCH BROCHURE.
4. Working with the USHERS, assist the GUEST in finding a seat or getting the children to Sunday School.
5. After service, be sure to turn in a set of GUEST CARDS for each person that signed the register.
6. Make it a point to greet each GUEST as they leave.
Never to be forgotten is the vital role of the church USHER. Any guest many have questions about Sunday School classes, time worship begins, and, of course, the nursery. The usher is the man with the warm smile,
firm handshake, who has all the answers. You know where just the right seat is, and the name and location of our guest’s friend who attends the church. Working hand in hand, the HOSTESS and USHER greet our guests and help them to find a comfortable place to be seated.
1. Clean and well-groomed
2. Pleasant breath
3. Dress clothes
1. Assist guest in locating a seat near a friend.
2. Locate their seat position on the GUEST REPORT sheet.
3. Pass the GUEST REPORT to the emcee during offering.
4. Retrieve Guest Cards during offering.
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