General Auxiliaries

Bishop Richard C. Edgley

First Counselor of the Presiding Bishopric 1995-2012

Bishop Richard C. Edgley was called to the Presiding Bishopric of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in October 1992. Prior to that he served for twelve years as managing director of the Church’s Finance and Records Department. He has served the Church as a missionary in the eastern United States, bishop in the Boston area, counselor in the Minneapolis Minnesota Stake presidency and president of the Centerville Utah North Stake. He and his wife, Pauline, are parents of six children.

Recent articles, addresses, and speeches

The Rescue for Real GrowthApril 2012 General Conference

Faith—the Choice is YoursOctober 2010 General Conference

This Is Your Phone CallApril 2009 General Conference

Enduring TogetherOctober 2007 General Conference

Three Towels and a 25-Cent NewspaperOctober 2006 General Conference

A Still, Small Voice and a Throbbing HeartApril 2005 General Conference

The Empowerment of HumilityOctober 2003 General Conference

For Thy GoodApril 2002 General Conference

All General Conference talks by Richard C. Edgley

Full Name Richard C. Edgley

Born Feb. 6, 1936

Place of Birth Preston, Idaho, United States