An usher is a person who helps to ensure a smoothly running church service and who ministers to believers in a variety of practical ways. An usher means a “door keeper.” 1 chronicles 15:23-24, psalms 84:10. Door keepers were to assist priest. The good performance of ushers accelerates the work of the pastor (Colossians 1:28). It is usually the work of an usher to put necessary things in the right place and in the good order. For instance, ordering the hall, seats, and pulpit. An usher ensures that the congregation in the church sit orderly and quietly to prepare them to receive the word of God. Ushers must portray a good character in the church because the congregation will look at the ushers as a true example of the church. Ushers should stand behind the followers as they are being prayed or ministered for to assist in case one is to fall during prayers. The usher ministry comes before, during and after pastors’ ministration. Meekness is the key quality of an usher. Meaning that an usher should be righteous, humble, teachable, and patient under suffering; willing to follow gospel teachings ;( an attribute of a true disciple.) The Christian Apostle Paul gave an example of meek behavior when he was writing to Timothy: "The servant of the Lord must be gentle, apt to teach, patient, in meekness instructing those that oppose." (2 Timothy. 2:24–25). Ushers are instructed by God to meek so as to be able to escape God’s judgment (Zephaniah 2; 3). Ushers should be meek to answer the questions and give the right direction to the enquiries of members and visitors with the fear of God 1 peter 3; 15. An usher shows the other believers where to sit in the church. 1chronicles 23:28-32 and also guides the followers and give them specific directions. It is also the work of an usher to maintain peace in the church for maximum benefits of the church. For example, an usher should be able to communicate (using signs) with the people in congregation without distracting the attention of others. Usher should conduct proper and make immediate report of any strange and abnormal happenings capable of disrupting the fellowship to the right person for immediate actions. Ushers should be neat, tidy, smart, presentable, must be committed to their task, must be calm and silent, courageous and faithful, and more so be constant in paying attention at the congregation and consistent in watching. Ushering is a very rewarding ministry when it is done in the right manner.