The Wabash Pastoral Leadership Program exists to affirm the high calling of Indiana pastors and to expand pastoral imagination.
We do this by forming two-year peer learning cohorts anchored in rich dialogue with civic leaders.
Pastors reflect theologically and adaptively on pressing social issues, convening important conversations for the public good of Indiana and seeking the fulfillment of the reign of God.
Here's an overview of what we do in the Wabash Pastoral Leadership Program, and-- most importantly--why we do it.
Here's a brief overview of the of the two-year cohort experience.
WPLP is offered at no cost to program participants or to their congregations. Find out more.
Are you ready for the Wabash Pastoral Leadership Program? Read about our selection criteria and eligibility requirements.
If you're curious about the content of our two study tours, here's an itinerary from our most recent twelve-day trip to South Africa.
What do WPLP participants do during a campus session? Here's a snapshot of our typical two-day rhythm.
What commitments are required of Wabash Pastoral Leadership Program participants? Read more about our expectations here.
Ready to take the next step? Read about our competitive application process.
Meet the WPLP Staff.
Learn about the other Lilly Endowment-funded early career pastoral leadership programs across the country.
Aaron Hobbs, Noblesville, Indiana