Our 10:30 a.m. services are broadcast live on YouTube and Facebook, and are available afterwards on-demand, to watch as your schedule allows.
Prayer Services Three Times Every Weekday, Monday through Friday, 8am, 5pm and 8pm via video. Click here to see our ambitious schedule of sixteen on-line Prayer Services during the week via video.
All Our Events are listed on our On-Line Calendar! Click here to see our on-line calendar. All the events are there, hour by hour!
Mask-Wearing is Optional, Vaccines are Encouraged.
Children’s Chapel is held every 2nd and 4th Sunday except for November 2023 and May 2024. Click here to learn more about Children’s Chapel at SsAM.
Fall Flea Market at Grace Episcopal Church, Saturday, September 30, 8am to 2pm, 4900 Concord Pike (rain date October 7)
Garage sale, used books, antiques, attic treasures, market cafe, bake table and more.
Blessing of the Animals, Sunday, October 1 at 8am and 10:30am services.
A mobile medical unit is now available 8am to Noon every other Wednesday in our parking lot, 713 N. Shipley Street, to serve as primary care for our community. The Christiana Care Mobile Unit will provide full primary care services. This includes immunization, acute illnesses, RX, referrals to see specialists, etc. The unit is also set up to do regular care (serve as the primary doctor for those who wish to see a doctor ongoing). Friendship House and Christina Care are partnering to provide this access to medical care, which began June 14, 2023. Click here to learn more about Friendship House.
Join us for this peaceful, prayerful walk through the center of Wilmington to promote an end to racial and social injustice. We gather in the SsAM parking lot with people from various faith communities to share in this active, visible commitment to justice and peace in our community. We walk in silence, ending at Rodney Square. It is a very moving experience. This month, we will return to SsAM for an informal (and optional discussion). Please join us – and share this invitation with people you know who are dedicated to this purpose. Click here to learn more about these prayerful Walks for Justice and Peace.
Confirmation and Reception into the Episcopal Church, Sunday, October 8 at 10:30am (single service), when Bishop Brown visits SsAM.
If you (or a member of your family) are interested in being confirmed or received into the Episcopal Church when Bishop Brown is here October 8, please let the Church Office know as soon as possible, but no later than September 1. Click here to use the Contact Us form on this website.
Peace Week Delaware, October 11-15
- Wednesday, October 11, 7:00 p.m. — Peer Support for Returning Citizens.
- Thursday, October 12, 7:00 p.m. — The State of Homelessness & Affordable Housing in Delaware.
- Sunday, October 15, Noon — Delaware Concerned Residents 4 Environmental Justice Forum. See the notice below for details.
Our church celebrates the Season of Creation at the 10:30am Sunday services from October 15 through November 19. Click here to learn more about the Season of Creation.
Are you interested in learning about environmental justice, but aren’t sure where to start? Are you familiar with the concept of environmental justice and want to know more about the positive changes in Delaware? Do you want to make sure that everyone has access to clean air, water, land and food? Are you interested in taking action with other like-minded people, helping to reduce the impacts of pollution and environmental racism in your community? The event starts with the church service at 10:30 am. Lunch starts at Noon, followed by the panel discussion. You are welcome at the lunch and panel discussion whether or not you attend the church service. The panel discussion features environmental activists in our state and beyond including Michele Roberts, State Representative Larry Lambert, community environmental activist Dora Williams, and several others. Sponsored by Delaware Concerned Residents for Environmental Justice. Please let us know you are coming for lunch by using the Contact Us form on this website.
Norwood Coleman invites you to discuss race relations in the USA, moments in history, and how the struggle continues today. Additional discussion will be held November 15, also at 6:30 p.m. Click here to learn more about these discussions on racial justice and reconciliation and how to get the Zoom video app credentials.
Proceeds benefit the Camp Arrowhead Scholarship Fund. If you have books in good condition to donate, please drop them off on Monday or Wednesday, 10am to 1pm at the church office, or whenever the church office is open. The sale itself will be 10am to 3pm on Saturday, October 21. Click here to learn more about this used book sale in downtown Wilmington, Delaware.
The annual convention of our diocese will take place Friday and Saturday, November 17-18, at the University of Delaware’s Clayton Hall. Everyone is welcome but pre-registration is required, especially for meals. The convention keynote speaker will be Dr. Catherine Meeks at 7:30pm on Friday after our 6:00pm supper. Meeks is the Executive Director of the Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing in Atlanta, Georgia. The core of her work has been with people who have been marginalized because of economic status, race, gender or physical ability as they pursue liberation, justice, and access to resources that can help lead them to health, wellness, and a more abundant life. A sought-after teacher and workshop leader, she is the author of six books and one inspirational CD and is the editor of the bestselling Living Into God’s Dream: Dismantling Racism in America. Our church’s delegation to Diocesan Convention includes delegates Nana Soto, Mary Lou Edgar, and Keziah Soto (Youth delegate) plus alternate: Cecilia Man. Click here to learn more about our 239th Diocesan Convention.
The Rev. James M. Bimbi and our parish administrator, D-L Casson, have been elected deputies to the 81st General Convention to be held in 2024. Nana Soto and Jenna Christy will serve as alternates. Click here for details of General Convention in Louisville, Kentucky.
Our church is encouraging everyone to join us in donating to local food pantries. Click here to learn more about our Feed The Hungry campaign.
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