Callings

Temple Level:

  • Archbishop (paid) – Administers over the entire temple district and coordinates all activities as assigned.
  • High Priests (2-3) (paid) – Administers over the internal needs of the temple district and makes sure that higher sacraments are administered at appropriate times to the people.
  • Administrators (8-10) (paid) – Administers over the selection of teachers and classes and makes sure that classes are in compliance with the doctrines and tenets of the worldwide Chancel.
  • Evangelists (4-5) (paid) – Administers over the missionary operations of the temple district. Participates in sales and marketing initiatives.
  • Patriarch (4-5) (paid) – Administers over the external affairs of the temple district and participates in campaigns with local charities and public relations.
  • Senators (2) (paid) – Acts as the liaison between the temple district and the worldwide Chancel. Puts forth new laws to the worldwide Chancel for consideration. Reaches out to the stakes and the people.
  • Counselors (2) (paid) – Participates in the recording of meetings and gives a copy to the worldwide Chancel when required.
  • Temple Clerk (paid) – Records all of the meetings and files the paperwork that has been given by the temple district and by the worldwide Chancel.
  • Assistants (2) (paid) – Assists in the duties of the offices of the priests and the central government officials.
  • Temple Secretary (paid) – Maintains and expands the records of the temple and the guidebooks of the central government when needed.
  • High Council (9) (paid) – Represents the interests of the groups in meetings and in other activities.
  • Auxiliaries Assistants (4) (paid) – Assists in the offices of the auxiliaries in the temple district.
  • Music Director (paid) – Coordinates all of the music of the wards and stakes in the temple district. Assists in the hiring needs of the wards in the temple district.
  • Traveling Council – A group of volunteer leaders in the local area to assess the needs of the local congregations and people.
  • Patriarchs – Goes to the homes of people in need to distribute blessings and to give advice.

Stake Level:

  • Stake Bishop (paid) – Coordinates in the leadership activities of the local area congregations.
  • Representative (paid) – Acts as the liaison between the stake and the central government.
  • Stake Counselors (2) (paid) – Assists in the activities of the bishop and does outreach to the area to assess needs of the congregations.
  • Stake Secretary (paid) – Keeps a record of all the meetings and sends copies to the temple district.
  • Stake Assistants (2) (paid) – Assists in the offices of the bishop and the counselors.
  • High Council – A group of leaders in the local area to assess the needs of the local congregations and people.
  • Patriarchs – Goes to the homes of people in need to distribute blessings and to give advice.
  • Auxiliaries Representatives (6) (paid) – Represents the interests of the auxiliary groups in meetings and in other activities.
  • Auxiliaries Counselors (4) (paid) – Assists in the offices of the auxiliaries and helps out in the events put on by the local congregation.
  • Facilities (paid) – Helps out in the maintenance of the buildings.
  • Activities (paid) – Helps out in the scheduling and coordinating of stake activities.
  • Archivist (paid) – Keeps and maintains historical records of the local congregations.
  • Indexing (paid) – Helps in the creation of new accounts.
  • Music (paid) – Coordinates in the music and the manning of the choirs of the local congregations.
  • Auditor (paid) – Makes sure that the records that are kept are accurate.
  • Welfare (paid) – Assists in the activities of the welfare committee and coordinates disaster relief efforts.

Congregation Level:

  • Bishop (paid) – Leads the activities of the congregation.
  • Priests (2-3) (paid) – Performs in the duties of the internal affairs and leads the order of the liturgy and other sacraments.
  • Deacons (4-5) (paid) – Performs in the duties of the external affairs and assists in the order of the liturgy and other sacraments.
  • Missionaries (3-4) (paid) – Performs in the missionary activities of the local area and participates in outreach programs.
  • Teachers (8-10) (paid) – Teaches the classes to members and non-members based around the curriculum of the worldwide Chancel.
  • Counselors (2) (paid) – Assists in the offices of the local priesthood.
  • Congregational Clerk (paid) – Performs the duties in the front office and sends and receives mail as needed.
  • Assistants (2) (paid) – Assists the priesthood members and the counselors in the office and performs minor office duties.
  • Congregational Secretary (paid) – Records the proceedings of the meetings and processes the necessary paperwork to all of the involved parties.
  • Mission Leader (paid) – Coordinates all of the activities of the local congregation to the local community with the help of the missionaries.
  • Auxiliaries Representatives (6) (paid) – Represents the interests of the auxiliary groups in meetings and in other activities.
  • Auxiliaries Counselors (4) (paid) – Assists in the activities in the offices of the auxiliaries.
  • Auxiliaries Assistants (4) (paid) – Assists in the offices of the auxiliaries and helps out in the events put on by the local congregation.
  • Music Director (paid) – Coordinates the media and the music of the local congregation.
  • Ministers – Assists in the needs of the local community
  • Secretaries – Coordinates the paperwork of the local congregation and manages the accounts of the membership.
  • Counselors – Assists in the local needs of the membership through specialized services.
  • Choir – Participates in the singing of the songs during the order of the liturgy and other sacraments.
  • Organist – Plays the organ.
  • Librarian – Coordinates the activities of the library and keeps records of the distribution of materials.
  • Historian – Keeps the historical records of the local congregation.
  • Welfare – Assists in the activities of the welfare committee and coordinates disaster relief efforts.
  • YSA Leader – Acts as the liaison for the needs of young adults to the congregation leadership.