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Is there a certificate that Bishops receive that shows they have been ordained as a Bishop. One of our newly called Bishops is asking about this, as the state requires a certificate as a requirement to solemnize a marriage. I could not find anything on MLS and don't know of anywhere else to look.
cwoolf wrote:Is there a certificate that Bishops receive that shows they have been ordained as a Bishop.
The Office of the First Presidency will send him one.
In the meantime, the bishop should be able to use a High Priest ordination certificate to file with the state.
SAINTMAAS wrote:Was ordained bishop and set apart on the 12th of June 2016, but was not issued a certificate because the stake President printed and misplaced it.
What do I do to get one.
You can ask the stake clerk to print one. But odds are it will have the current stake president's signature.
jonesrk wrote:The bishop ordination certificates are printed at Church Headquarters.
I was wondering if there had been a change. I guess not. Last I knew, the First Presidency issued those certificates and they were mailed directly to the bishop himself.
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