Here are some photos by Ken Francis from Ash Wednesday in 2017.
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Worship services are at 8:00 or 10:30 a.m. on Sundays. The latter service has a choir and is broadcast live on YouTube and available on-demand for those who do not attend in person. We also broadcast prayer services on all other days — in the morning and afternoon and, on some days, noon and night.
719 N. Shipley Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
with free parking weekends and evenings next to the church at 713 N. Shipley Street. Click here to learn more about parking and directions.
Monday – Thursday, 9:00 to 4:30
Friday, 9:00 to 1:00
To be an inclusive Christian community which worships God, follows Christ in all aspects of our lives, and serves the Greater Wilmington area through actions and ministries which promote peace, justice, reconciliation and empowerment for all people.
PHONE: 302 656-6628
FACEBOOK: Click here to see our Facebook page. You don’t need a Facebook account to see it.
YOUTUBE: Click here to see our YouTube Channel. Some smart TV sets will allow you to stream YouTube, so you can watch in your den or living room. Search for “Saints Andrews and Matthew”.
If you are new to SsAM, please click here to see the Welcome to SsAM booklet in PDF format. The Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew is a dynamic and diverse congregation in downtown Wilmington, Delaware.
The Episcopal Church of Sts. Andrew and Matthew seeks to be a dynamic, spiritual center that is active in the pursuit of peace and justice in the community and a place where all God’s people are honored.
Donations Are Welcome, and a Necessity
Our ministries are dependent on financial donations. Click here to make a secure credit-card donation on-line or to learn
Our main focus is ministry, not money!
We offer a host of ministries for which you can volunteer. You can participate in worship services, help make the church hum, or offer your time and talent to the local community.