Who we are

Our staff and parishioners are daily involved serving the community and the world. We encourage and assist those in need, staff the Community Resource Center and Cape Henlopen Food Basket, visit men and women in prison and help them transition out and stay out.

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Father Max Wolf, center, with parishioners at Sunday breakfast.

Our three active Episcopal Church Women chapters, two dedicated men’s groups and our parish Outreach Committee assist and fund dozens of ministries, including Crisis House in Georgetown. Our Sunday Schools, Youth Group and Vacation Bible Schools are nurturing our young in their faith journey. We pray for those serving in our Armed Forces at every service and daily, and seek to serve them and their loved ones. We maintain strong interfaith and ecumenical relationships, even housing a Yoga class for all ages and a Buddhist meditation group.

When I was called to serve as rector of the parish in 2001, I asked the congregations to join me in the simple goal of loving everyone who walks through our doors. We have a focused Mission Statement “that the love of God be more widely known in our community and in the world.” We strive together to live more fully into the Great Commandment taught by Jesus to love God and to love our neighbor. Please come join us!

– Father Max Wolf