Here are links to some news items of interest to anyone connected to downtown Wilmington, Delaware. Our church, and the churches from which we were formed, go back many, many decades here in the heart of the city.
12/6/2019 SsAM Member Give Amazon Driver A Reason To Dance. Amazon driver Karim Earl Reed III is puts on some dance moves rejoicing over Ouma’s kindness and the video gets over ten million views.
12/5/2019 Alice Sawyer Chastises Wilmington YMCA. An op-ed by Alice Sawyer, a long-time member of our church and a 30-year employee of the YMCA, appeared in the December 5, 2019 issue of the News Journal newspaper.
11/29/2019 Free Downtown Business District Parking Thru January 2, 2020. The holiday season free parking policy will be in place through Thursday, January 2, 2020 but the regular two-hour parking limit remains in effect. The Downtown Business District is defined as the area bounded by 2nd Street to 12th Street, and by French Street to Washington Street. Free holiday parking will also be available in the Riverfront Business District.
10/31/2019 EL DIABLO BURRITOS OPENS AT 827 N. MARKET STREET. Yes, we are delighted to have The Devil just a block away. El Diablo has four other popular locations, this one serves breakfast and lunch.
9/30/2019 MAKERS ALLEY OPENS A BLOCK FROM SsAM — Makers Alley, downtown Wilmington’s first beer garden, is just half a block from our church.
9/9/2019 TRANSFORMATION OF RODNEY SQUARE UNDERWAY — City officials broke ground today for a multi-million-dollar, multi-year reconstruction project.
8/27/2019 WILMINGTON AWARDS FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE — Nine people have done marvelous things in the city.
WILMINGTON’S NEW PUBLIC PORTAL FOR NEWS — OpenGov is our local government’s effort to be more transparent about budgets, spending, big dollar projects, and long-term goals.
WILMINGTON ALLIANCE — A new collaborative organization forms to make Wilmington, Delaware a better place.
STATE AND CITY LEADERS ANNOUNCE GROUP VIOLENCE INTERVENTION PROJECT. Click here to learn about a new project to prevent gun violence in the City of Wilmington. Announced July 30, 2019.