Deacon
    Footnotes
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    Deacon

    Overview

    An office of the Aaronic Priesthood. A boy may be ordained a deacon beginning in January of the year that he turns 12. Some of a deacon’s responsibilities are to pass the sacrament and collect fast offerings from the members.

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    Scriptures

    Scripture References

    Scripture Study Resources

    Prophets and Church Leaders

    Leader Messages

    Additional Talks

    Teachings of Presidents of the Church

    Media

    Videos

    “The Priesthood—a Sacred Gift”

    “Sacred Keys of the Aaronic Priesthood”

    “A Quorum President (Dayton’s Legs)”

    Audio

    “Be Not Dismayed—Jake Bullock,” Enduring It Well, episode 54

    Music

    Images

    Learning Resources

    General Resources

    “Aaronic Priesthood,” Handbook 2, 8

    Church Magazines

    “Brand-New Deacon,” Friend, October 2013

    “Embracing Ethan, Accepting Autism,” Ensign, January 2013

    “Passing Up Passing the Sacrament,” New Era, May 2006

    “The Deacon with the Big Smile,” New Era, July 2005

    “Becoming a Deacon,” Ensign or Liahona, January 2005

    “The Deacons Quorum,” Ensign, January 2005

    “The Deacons of Coventry,” New Era, January 2005

    “Deacon in Motion,” New Era, September 2003

    “Deacon Power,” New Era, May 1975

    Study Manuals

    In the News

    “Sister Burton: Women’s Influence Complements Priesthood,” Church News

    “Deacon,” LDS Newsroom

    Stories