The word quorum can be used in two ways: (1) A specified group of men who hold the same office of the priesthood. (2) A majority, or the minimum number of members in a priesthood group that must be in attendance at a meeting to conduct the business of the Church (D&C 107:28).
- Quorums of the First Presidency, of the Twelve, and of the Seventy and their relationship to each other are described:D&C 107:22–26, 33–34; ( D&C 124:126–128; )
- Decisions of these quorums must be unanimous:D&C 107:27;
- Decisions of a quorum are to be made in all righteousness:D&C 107:30–32;
- Duties of presidents of priesthood quorums are described:D&C 107:85–96;
- The quorum of elders is instituted for standing ministers:D&C 124:137;