Services on Sundays, 8am and 10:30am. You are invited to praise God with us this Sunday in person and via video. We worship at 8:00 and 10:30 a.m. Video services are live at 10:30 a.m. on YouTube and also available on-demand after each broadcast. The big difference between the two Sunday services is that the READ MORE »
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Your prayer can ask for intervention or it can offer praise and thanksgiving. Every week, the Pastoral Care Team at our church updates its prayer list. The team prays for everyone on that list on a regular basis. Also, a list of names (without details) is published in the Friday eBlast that goes out to READ MORE »
Our emphasis is on ministry, not money. The work of faithful volunteers in ministry is essential. Please, take a role in our worship services, work behind the scenes, or make a difference in the local community. Learn more about offering your time and talent at SsAM.
Learn more about donations in general, including making a pledge or a secure on-line donation, texting a donation, special gifts and bequests, remembering SsAM in your will, and more… For the 2023 pledge form, click here. As of January 27, 2023, 116 pledges had been made for 2023, two more than our goal, which was READ MORE »
SsAM Peace and Justice Initiative Communication No. 1 by Norwood Coleman, Sr. I am humbled to have been invited to serve as the liaison between SsAM and the Diocesan Justice and Reconciliation Commission. It is my intent to facilitate our church’s efforts by involving as many fellow congregants as possible in our deliberations. I am READ MORE »
MEMBER PROFILE — AUDREY COLLINS. Social-media photographer Sharon Bryant was at the 28th Annual African American Family Festival on Saturday, September 10, 2022. There she found Audrey Collins (2nd from left) performing with the Wilmington African Drummers. Audrey is a long-time member of our church. Also performing at the Festival was SsAM member Norwood Coleman READ MORE »
The Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew & Matthew (SsAM) is a nurturing faith community born out of the 1996 consolidation of two downtown churches. This multi-racial congregation welcomes all people who seek the love of God without regard to ability, age, economic circumstance, ethnic background, family configuration, gender, nationality, sexual orientation, political affiliation, educational achievement, READ MORE »