Adult Education

Opportunities to learn and discuss at the Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew in downtown Wilmington, Delaware.

Don’t Have To Believe Much To Be An Episcopalian

Fr. David came across this quote by Rachel Held Evans and wants you to see it. Ms. Evans was a popular American Christian columnist and author, who died May 4, 2019 in her 38th year. “My mother always said you don’t have to believe much to be an Episcopalian. Indeed, when it comes to a more »

A Time To Be Intentional About Local Food

Environmental stewardship is a heady subject. To me it infers the nurturing of the very system that maintains our physical well-being. Odds are, because you are reading this, you probably agree that the system needs improvement. There is nothing more sacred, humbling and frustrating than being in service to creation care. What is exciting is more »

A Comprehensive Plan for Wilmington, Delaware

A full draft of Wilmington 2028: A Comprehensive Plan for Our City and Communities is now available for download. Click here or the photo to visit the website of the Wilmington Department of Planning and Development. This new Citywide Comprehensive Plan represents the culmination of many months of research and outreach. With assistance from consulting more »

Who ARE you?

Who ARE You. The workshop originally scheduled for May 18th will be held in the Fall. Watch for the new date! 

Adult Formation – April 2019

Adult Formation April 2019

Disciple III Bible Study

Led by SsAM parishioners, the second eight-session module of Disciple Bible Study will begin on Wednesday, March 13th at 6:00 p.m. We will continue our study of The Prophets, resuming with lesson #9, entitled “God will not abandon.” Wednesday lessons continue until May 8th. If you are interested and need a study manual, please contact more »

Young Folks and Old Fogeys, 2018

In the fall of 2018, the “Young Folks and Olde Fogeys” group discussed Bryan Stevenson’s book, Just Mercy every Sunday morning at 9:15 a.m. at Starbucks, 7th and Market, in Wilmington. According to the New York Times, “Bryan Stevenson grew up poor in Delaware. His great-grandparents had been slaves in Virginia. His grandfather was murdered more »

Advent Study – Invite, Welcome, Connect

Fr. David wants to make sure that all members of SsAM are invited to attend the four week Advent study that will focus on how SsAM might implement Invite-Welcome-Connect. These sessions will be held on Thursday evenings November 29th, December 6th, December 13th and December 20th from 5:30 to 7:00. Each evening will begin with more »

Invite-Welcome-Connect began for SsAM on October 20, 2018

We Began Invite-Welcome-Connect weeks ago! On Saturday, October 20, 2018, twenty-four SsAM members joined over three hundred Episcopalians from all thirty-four parishes in the Diocese of Delaware to attend a day-long workshop on the subject of Evangelism. It was a wonderful day as Mary Parmer, the creator of this innovative approach, shared how parishes can more »

Pray, Share, Listen, Dream

The Four Pillars of SsAM – Evening Sessions to Pray, Share, Listen and Dream. Thursday Evening Adult Formation on Oct. 4, Nov. 1 & 8, 5:30–7:00pm Dear SsAM Family; This year, our theme at SsAM is to focus our attention on listening to God, one another and ourselves. Our adult formation offerings will feature a more »