Question by  avak (19)

What are the Mormon church leaders called?


Answer by  altos (224)

There's also the bisopric which is comprised of a bishop and two counselors. The bishopric helps with a variety of things including welfare services.


Answer by  beckonthemoon88 (59)

They don't really have their own titles. They are reffered to as pastors just like any other sect. Since Mormonism is a sect of Christianity, it's to be expected they would be referred to in similar manners.


Answer by  canenguez (123)

The maximum leader is called prophet, then we have apostles, bishop if is in charge of a ward (200 to 600 people), stake president for a stake (600 to 4000 people), Area president for regions in the world, apostles are basically in charge of these regions.


Answer by  Mary (2095)

The main leader of the church is the President of the church who is also the Prophet. Locally each group of members is a ward and their leader is a Bishop. This would be like a Priest in Catholic church. There are also Apostles, the Quarum of the Seventy...


Answer by  GilFinn (2065)

The head of the church is called a living prophet. The prophet has two counsellors and together they are called the First Presidency. Next is the Quorum of the Twelve (called Apostles), then area Presidents, Stake Presidents, then Bishops (the head of the local church).


Answer by  Cando (38)

The leaders of the Mormon church are the First Presidency, which is the president and his two counselors, followed by the Quorum of the 12 Apostles.


Answer by  tamkees (3203)

The President of the Church leads nationally. Bishops lead individual congregations, called wards or branches. Men aged 12 or older may enter the priesthood. Both genders may serve as missionaries.


Answer by  Anonymous

False Teachers they are called.

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