Here are photos and a thank-you to our volunteers. Volunteers: A warm thank you from the Open House Planning to Committee to the Open House volunteers! Click the link to see the names of all the volunteers. Thank you for giving your time, volunteers! Photographs by Ken Francis Click on any thumbnail image to see READ MORE »
News Items at SsAM
News items, recent accomplishments, and praise.
Join us for one or more of these adult formation programs at SsAM. All are welcome: Adult Formation 2017-2018
DACA.Statement from the Presiding Bishop, President House of Deputies
Open House, Open Arms, Open To All, Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and CCAC Block Party 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. We will be showcasing our vibrant church community, our welcoming spirit, and community-outreach ministries. SsAM has a wonderful story to share and it will be told through tours, music, games, READ MORE »
Special E Blast August 2017
House of Deputies.Charlottesville 2017
A Message to the Church from the Presiding Bishop
Click here for information about one of our Fall Adult Education programs: Disciple II Bible Study at SsAM2
We hope you will support Peace Week Delaware September 17-24, 2017. Here are the events that will be held at SsAM. Peace Week 2017 at SsAM
On Thursday, July 13, 2017, Governor Carney announced the appointment of Sandy Johnson as Acting Human Resources Secretary. Sandy is a long-time member of the Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew & Matthew and was especially active when the two churches consolidated in 1996. Click here or the photo to see the official State of Delaware READ MORE »
Have You Ever Had Difficulty Praying? One of the most important spiritual practices of the Christian Church is a life of prayer. Prayer is vital to living as a follower of Jesus Christ and yet it is difficult to develop. I have begun to ponder why the practice of prayer is so difficult and believe READ MORE »
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 READ MORE »
Here are some photos by Ken Francis from Ash Wednesday in 2017. 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.
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.
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 READ MORE »
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 READ MORE »
These three new acolytes represent a very big change at our church. For decades, the acolytes were men, men who had been acolytes since they were very young, back before the churches of Saint Andrew’s and Saint Matthew’s consolidated into the church we now call the Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew. Those gentlemen READ MORE »
There was a Kwanzaa celebration at our church on Thursday, December 29, 2016 and Sharon Bryant wants you to see the photos and videos she took of the event. Click here or the photo above to see all her Kwanzaa photos and videos. The Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew & Matthew, Wilmington, Delaware.
PHOTO: Dr. Emmanuel Babatunde (front center) is Chair of the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Lincoln University. He celebrated his birthday at SsAM on January 1, 2017. He is thankful for his three children with him that day at SsAM, and for the friends who gathered around him. Click here to see other READ MORE »
VIDEO: The first notes in public from the Kitty Esterly Organ at the Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew in downtown Wilmington, Delaware were accompanied by the Adult Choir and by members from the congregation familiar with this anthem, Felix Mendelssohn’s “There Shall A Star Come Out of Jacob.” David Christopher was the organist READ MORE »