Worship With Us Via Video

We are celebrating our faith via video until we can gather together again in downtown Wilmington, Delaware at the Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew. [Updated 9/18/2020] Sunday Services via Video on Facebook and YouTube Our Sunday Worship services are posted on both Facebook and YouTube. You can see them any time after 10:00 READ MORE »

Imagine Racial Justice: An Interview with Canon Casson

Can you imagine this country being a model to the world for racial justice? In the September 20, 2020 edition of the Delaware Communion Magazine, the Rev. Canon Lloyd Casson was interviewed by Michael Redmond on the topic of racial justice, something for which Canon Casson has been hoping for many decades. He has not READ MORE »

Monthly Walks for Justice and Peace

First Fridays, 5:30 p.m. beginning at First & Central, 10th & Market, ending at Saints Andrew & Matthew, 8th & Shipley. Following the meaningful event on June 19, we will begin monthly first-Friday Walks for Justice and Peace in downtown Wilmington, Delaware beginning in September, 2020. These marches will be hosted collaboratively by First & READ MORE »

Guiding Principles

Living History: The GUIDING PRINCIPLES of the EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF SAINTS ANDREW AND MATTHEW (Adopted at the Joint Vestry Meeting, May 14, 1994; that is, at a time just before the two churches consolidated — St. Andrew’s and St. Matthew’s — two churches with histories going back for decades.) We will create a new Christian READ MORE »

Upcoming Events at SsAM

You are invited to take part in Worship Services, Morning & Evening Prayer, Centering Prayer, and in Walks for Justice and Peace. Fr. David invites all members of SsAM to join him and members of SsAM for the events below. Worship Services on Sundays Via Video on YouTube and Facebook Click here to learn more READ MORE »

Howard Thurman Retreat and Follow-Up Discussion

You are invited to participate in an on-line spiritual retreat now and then to discuss the retreat with others at SsAM in October. The Salem Institute on-line retreat is offered free to encourage people spiritually as we fight for racial justice. Lerita Coleman Brown has created this retreat to explore Howard Thurman’s life and contemplative READ MORE »

From Transaction to Transformation

FR. DAVID’S BLOG OF 9/11/2020 — Let me begin by acknowledging how our world and our lives changed nineteen years ago today. The horrific events of September 11, 2001 are still very present in our memories and I invite us sometime today to stop whatever we are doing to stand or sit in silence and READ MORE »

Books About Race, Race Relations, and Racial History – A Bibliography

Here is a list of books and articles that enlighten us about race, race relations, racial history, and related topics. Click here to make a recommendation. Let us know, too, if you want to join SsAM’s Book Discussion Group. Developing a SsAM Bibliography… We are developing a bibliography of books (and articles). In his reflection READ MORE »

Halimah DeLaine Prado appointed General Counsel to Google.

SsAM congratulates Halimah DeLaine Prado on her appointment as General Counsel for Google, Inc. Halimah is the daughter of SsAM member Renee Andrews DeLaine. Senior Vice-President Kent Walker said: “Halimah has been a trusted counselor and exceptional leader, having navigated a variety of cross-product and company-wide issues over the course of her nearly 14-year career READ MORE »

Worship at SsAM: the Sunday Documents, Church News, and More

SERVICES VIA VIDEO Our Sunday services of worship and weekday Morning and Evening Prayer services are on YouTube and Facebook Live. Click here for details SUNDAY LEAFLET (Order of Worship) Leaflet for the Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost – September 20, 2020 Weekly News Mini WV 9.25.20 OUR LITURGY UNFOLDED Our Liturgy Unfolded Pentecost RECTOR’S REFLECTION READ MORE »

Welcome To SsAM. Our worship services are now via video.

Please follow these links to learn more about the Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew in downtown Wilmington, Delaware. WE ARE CHILDREN: Our ministry to children. YOUTH & YOUNG FAMILIES: Our ministry to teens and their families. ADULTS: Adult Education and other opportunities. CLERGY: Our ordained ministers. STAFF: Our professional staff. VESTRY: Our current READ MORE »


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