SsAM YYF took a mission trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica in the summer of 2015. We visited the Blossom Gardens Orphanage, St. James Parish, and a Senior Home. Youth and Young Families was blessed on Sunday, June 7, before many went off for a mission trip to Jamaica. Click here or the panorama photo above READ MORE »
News Items at SsAM
News items, recent accomplishments, and praise.
Many of us walked through downtown Wilmington, Delaware on Good Friday, April 3, 2015 . Photos by Bob Richmond. We remembered Jesus’ last days and the present-day issues facing downtown Wilmington. Click on the image to advance the slide show. [Show thumbnails] The procession began at Hicks Anderson Center at 5th and Madison. Each stop was the READ MORE »
A group of members from SsAM are coming together to respond to the crisis faced by the unaccompanied children on our border. If you are interested, please contact the church office. Click the link below to learn more. THE VULNERABLE UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN NEED YOU.
“If one wants to know what Christians believe about the nature and purpose of our existence, one need only to consider the Eucharist. Life is about love – joyous, intense, generous, self-giving love – which seeks not to be served but to serve others.” Andrew M. Greeley. How can we grow into the full stature of READ MORE »
Jesus Christ is risen today; Alleluia. These stirring words will fill the sanctuary on this most glorious day in the Christian calendar. The organ will play and the choir and congregation will sing. It will be memorable, but it will be even more glorious when we have the Katherine Esterly Organ in place. That day READ MORE »
On Sunday, January 12, 2014, four children were baptized at the 10:30 a.m. service. Click on the photo above to see it larger. After it appears, you can right click the larger photo to download it to your computer. Click here to listen to Fr. Andrews’ sermon.
An exciting new opportunity to participate in raising money for the organ will be coming in the next couple of weeks. Our SPONSOR A PIPE campaign will give members and friends an opportunity to buy individual pipes as memorials or tributes to loved ones. In the near future, we will have a page on this READ MORE »
Paulyne Webster and Ann Tate in 2013 participated as delegates to a meeting in DC on environmental issues. Maria Cabrera, Wilmington City Council at Large, is also in the photo. Click the photo to see it larger. Once the large image appears, you can right-click on it to download it to your computer. Click here READ MORE »
Our pipe organ was recently dedicated to Dr. Kitty Esterly, a pediatric pioneer in Delaware and a long-time member of Sts. Andrew & Matthew. LINKS Contribute to the renovation of our pipe organ. Dr. “Kitty” Esterly still advocates for all of Delaware’s newborns. Meet Local Legend Katherine Esterly, M.D. In the Congressional Record by U.S. READ MORE »
Our kitchen serves a hundred people every Sunday morning at 7:00 a.m. when whoever wants a free meal gets one. The kitchen is used whenever people gather and want refreshments. The Rev. David Andrews blessed the kitchen to its new service in September, 2013. Gerry Lucas and Pat Saunders, leaders in the capital campaign, performed READ MORE »