Ushering

THROUGHOUT the world, services in Christian Science churches include the helpful activity of those who serve as ushers. The courtesy manifested by an usher is many times the first impression gained by strangers who visit our churches. Duties of this kind may vary somewhat, but most frequently they are simply those of guiding and directing. Ushers in Christian Science churches serve in both these ways. Church services are for all who wish to attend, and all are lovingly invited.

The Christian Science usher must be an alert guard and sentry of his own thinking. He constantly challenges the thoughts which apply for entrance into his consciousness, and refuses admission to false claims concerning God, man, and the universe. He bases his thought upon the first chapter of Genesis, which discloses that "God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him. . . . And God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good."

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