News Items at SsAM

News items, recent accomplishments, and praise.

Pledge2Pray

Pledge to pray 2017 Join with others locally and globally to pray with this special effort between Ascension (May 25th) and Pentecost (June 4th).

Out of the Ashes Play – June 23rd

Out of the Ashes Play

Vestry candidates

Vestry candidates 2017

Eudel Drain, Liturgical Assistant

The Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew (SsAM) wants to be known as a place where diverse people unite in their praise of God and in their service to those God loves, our neighbors. One sign of that was evident to photographer Danny Schweers when he received communion on the third Sunday of Easter more »

Listen to Recent Sermons

Here are links to the most recent sermon by each of the preachers at SsAM, usually one sermon from each. All the sermons of 2017 are on another page of this website. You can find videos of entire Sunday services on the Friends of SsAM Facebook page. 05/21/2017 sermon by the Rev. Emily Gibson. Jesus more »

Ash Wednesday Photos, 2017

Here are some photos by Ken Francis from the last Ash Wednesday service of the day, March 1. Click on any thumbnail to see it larger in a slide show. To return here, click on the “x” in the upper right of the slide show, or press the ESC key of your keyboard.

Ken Cowan, Organ Concert, 2017

Organist Ken Cowan gave the first recital on the new Katherine Esterly Organ on Saturday, February 25. Here are four photos by Ken Francis. Click on any image to see it larger.

Esterly Organ Dedicated

The Katherine Esterly Organ was dedicated at a service on Sunday, February 19, 2017 at the Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew, downtown Wilmington, Delaware. The organ features 45 ranks divided into four manual divisions and pedal and was built by Qimby Pipe Organs, Opus 72.   Click here or the photo above to more »

Youth & Adults – Lenten Education

Sunday Mornings.Lent 2017 docx

Cynthia Oates on Wall of Fame

Here is the photo of Cynthia Oates that will go on the Howard High School’s Wall of Fame. Cynthia is being honored for many accomplishments. For 30 years she taught elementary school children, first in Wilmington and then, after desegregation in 1975, in the Red Clay School District, where she also served as a Student more »