The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is also referred to as the the Mormon Church. However, the former is preferred over the latter. The church is a Christian denomination that sees itself as the continuation of the first church that Jesus established. They have chapters and temples all throughout the world. The LDS Church headquarters is located in Salt Lake City, Utah. It is the fourth largest Christian denomination in the United States.
The First Presidency is in charge of a variety of administrative duties, including educating and warning members, establishing new programs and organizations that better meet the Lord's purpose, and clarifying theology and Church laws. They have the power to assign work to others.
Twelve men have accepted unique calls to serve as Jesus Christ's particular witnesses, making up the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. The Twelve help the First Presidency in making decisions affecting the Mormon Church.
They frequently carry out a variety of tasks under the leadership of the Twelve Apostles, including visiting Church members across the globe, managing various Church organizations, and assisting with missionary efforts.