Do not let anyone who delights in false humility and the worship of angels disqualify you.
Or they relegate the "lay ministries" to Sunday school or other small groups, none of which constitutes the ecclesia of all the called-out saints.
This, in disobediences to Romans 12:3-8 which says, whatever one's gift, exercise it. It is a command.
As it is with "the laity," so is it with the overseers. On this Thomas Hughes Milner wrote,
These calls and elections (editor's note: to the "professional pastorate"), with their stipends and other concomitants of acceptances and resignations, are not only mere inventions of men, but they are inventions which utterly make void the commandments of God. The command is, that the seniors oversee, and that the younger submit. But by those traditions these simple, explicit, undeniable commands are held to be utopian, extravagant, and absurd. What, it is asked, would you have men venture upon this solemn work of themselves, without being called and chosen to it? Certainly not. But when we find that God by his Son, his Spirit, and his apostles, has expressed his call and election to the effect that the seniors oversee, it is not “of themselves,” nor without being “the called and chosen,” that they feed the flock. Were they to assume this work without the divine nomination to it which they have in the exhortation of Peter, it would indeed be of themselves, or, at the best, by the mere unauthorised call and election of men. But when the injunction is so explicitly given, the presumption exists not in experienced, faithful Christian men doing as bid, but in their failing to do so. What! is it presumption to obey God? Must the seniors of Christ ask license of their junior brethren to obey the Lord? Never was there anything more absurd than this––that a flock elect its shepherds! that the shepherds wait the authorisation of the sheep to tend them! that when the chief Shepherd says, Feed my sheep, the answer is, “Lord, it would be presumption; we must get the authorization of the flock before we can obey thee; we cannot recognize thy authority alone in this matter; nothing is plainer than thy command to the elders to oversee, but we must defer to the flock, not to thee; the sheep would say we assumed if we obeyed thee without their leave in this business; and, Lord, we are too humble to have this said of us; what thou wilt say does not concern us so much.”
To frighten men from duty is an old device of the adversary.
This is "false humility," or "delighting in humility," or "asceticism," or "pious self-denial," as the various translations of Colossians 2:18 show.