Bishop See also Aaronic Priesthood Means “overseer,” an office or position of responsibility. Bishop is an ordained office in the Aaronic Priesthood (D&C 20:67; 107:87–88), and a bishop is a common judge in Israel (D&C 107:72, 74). The Holy Ghost has made you overseers, Acts 20:28. Qualifications are set forth for bishops, 1 Tim. 3:1–7 (Titus 1:7). A bishop is to be ordained, D&C 20:67. Edward Partridge was to serve as a bishop unto the Church, D&C 41:9. A bishop is to discern spiritual gifts, D&C 46:27, 29. A high priest may officiate in the office of bishop, D&C 68:14, 19 (D&C 107:17). A bishop is appointed of the Lord, D&C 72. A bishop is to care for the poor, D&C 84:112. A bishop is to administer all temporal things, D&C 107:68. A bishop is president of the Aaronic Priesthood, D&C 107:87–88.