The Wabash Church of the Brethren is affiliated with many programs, both in Wabash County and the surrounding counties as well as nationally through the Congregation at Large.


Please click on each link below to learn more information about the program, and how we as a congregation support them.


Growing Grounds

Wabash Church of the Brethren has partnered with Education for Conflict Resolution to form Growing Grounds, a new initiative that with the support and cooperation of the County Sheriff, Jail Staff and other community agencies, will offer resources and skills for the successful transition from incarceration into positive participation in the community life of Wabash.


Narcotics Anonymous

NA is dedicated to help addicts on their recovery journey.  In an effort to support that, we host a weekly support meeting, on Tuesday evenings.  Please contact the office at 260-563-5291 or office@wabashcob.org for additional details.


Al-Anon

Al-Alon is dedicated to support the family members of addicts.  Our newest offering to weekly support meetings, also on Tuesdays. Please contact the office at 260-563-5291 or office@wabashcob.org for additional details.


On Earth Peace

We help individuals, congregations, communities, and other groups grow in peace through powerful programs of training and accompaniment. Our professional staff and network of experienced volunteers provide skills, support, and spiritual foundations for overcoming violence with the power of love. While grounded in our faith tradition, we work with all kinds of groups -- like schools, churches, community organizations, businesses, government agencies, and others.


Habitat for Humanity

Wabash County Habitat for Humanity is twenty-four years old. During that time, Habitat has worked with volunteers, donors, churches, business and local government throughout Wabash County to build sixteen affordable homes located in Lafontaine, North Manchester, Roann, Servia and Wabash. The organization is not currently accepting applications for partner homeowners, however, feel free to contact the office to be notified when the next application cycle starts. The Habitat office located at 375 Manchester Avenue, Wabash, Indiana 46992. If you would like more information about Habitat for Humanity or to support Habitat’s work as a volunteer or donor contact Maggie Wimberly at 260-563-9188 or Maggiew@wabashhabitat.org. You can also keep up to date with Habitat through Facebook at www.facebook.com/WabashCountyHabitat.


Wabash County Transit

Wabash County Transit is a service run out of the Dallas Winchester Senior Center and provides valuable transportation for all citizens of Wabash County.  Click on the link above to be taken to their page and learn more information such as: where they go to, rate information, and scheduling.


The Access Youth Center

The Access is a community youth center providing after school and weekend activities for all youth ages 8-18. Our goal is to provide a calm, consistent presence in the lives of local youth; serving as a reminder of God's love for each of us. Each program we offer is free of charge due to the generous giving of various members of our community.

Community Partners

Service Times: 9:30am Sunday School, 10:30 Worship (Sundays)

645 Bond Street Wabash, IN 46992

Call us at +1.260-563-5291

Wabash Church of the Brethren

Continuing the work of Jesus. Peacefully.  Simply.  Together