Leadership Network Learning Community
Women Lead Pastors Cohort
Advance Your Calling and Mission
Journey with like-minded, women in ministry leadership. Listen and be heard from others in similar roles and form lifelong relationships.
These cohorts will help you chart growth plans and career pathways to help you lead well wherever you are.
Emerging and Seasoned Leaders will both have opportunities to learn from each other and mentors while considering career pathways for women in ministry.
Cohorts will meet in person in February and May and online in between, allowing for both connected in-person experiences and relationship developments, and minimal schedule disruption.
powerful cohort leadership
*Additional Leaders coming soon
Fall 2023 Locations and Dates
GATHER AT WORLD CLASS CHURCHES AND ONLINE over a 4-month journey
1.5 Days In Person at
Northwood Church in
9:00 a.m. Wednesday, February 22 to Noon Thursday, February 23
2 Online Gatherings
Online Gathering 1: March
Online Gathering 2: April
1.5 Days In Person at Community Christian in Naperville, IL
9:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 17 to Noon Thursday, May 18
ARe you interested?
Limited spots are available and will be filled first-come-first-serve. Please indicate your interest using the form below.
By completing the interest form, you will be added to our contact list.
One Leaderfrom an individual church
Collaborate With Peers
Prepare for the Future
2 Leadersfrom the same church
3+ Leadersfrom the same church
Extend the Learning
Equipping for Your Team
Cohorts will meet twice in person for 1 1/2 days each. Cohorts will also meet online twice between the two in person meetings. Specific dates and times coming soon.
We understand that ministry and family commitments come up and we will be happy to make sure we do everything we can to keep you connected.
At Leadership Network, we are grateful for the opportunity to serve women in leadership across denominational and theological spectrums. Our Learning Communities will focus on empowering and connecting women with peers and mentors, as they grow in leadership confidence in their churches and ministry organizations. Groups will likely include women from both complementarian and egalitarian faith communities.