The Rev. Amy Molina-Moore joined the community at St. Columba’s as associate rector for formation and pastoral care in December of 2016. In December 2020, her role has transitioned to Associate Rector for Family Ministry. Prior to her arrival here, she was curate at Christ Church Christiana Hundred in Wilmington, DE where she oversaw pastoral care and parish life. Amy is passionate about connecting people to God, creation and one another.
Amy was an Americorp member based in East Harlem, NYC when she discerned a call to seminary. She began her studies at Princeton Theological Seminary in the fall of 2010. It was during those years that Amy found her home in the Episcopal Church and began to hear the Holy Spirit’s call to the priesthood.
Amy brings a fresh perspective and an inquisitive mind to this ministry. She is committed to listening to the Holy Spirit’s leading and to perfecting the art of play. Amy received her BA with honors from Rutgers University, an M.Ed. from Lesley University, an M.Div from Princeton Theological Seminary and received her Diploma in Anglican Studies from Virginia Theological Seminary.
Join us for worship each week, with music from our choirs and musicians, faith stories from parishioners and opportunities to deepen your faith and get involved.
8am Service with Eucharist, Nave
9am Service with Eucharist, Nave
9:15am Wee Worship Service, Courtyard
11:15am Service with Eucharist, Nave
The sermon at the 8am service will be available on livestream. The full livestream service begins at 11:15am on our Youtube Channel
It is my great joy to welcome you! Your presence here is a gift.
St. Columba’s is a lively, inclusive community of faith engaged in many ministries. We’re glad you’ve found us and look forward to welcoming you and learning more about you!
Whether you are new to the area or just to St. Columba’s, whether you are familiar with the Episcopal Church or have never attended church before, we know it can be a challenge to make your way into a new faith community. Answers to all your questions are just a click away.Connecting
We’re glad you’re here. St. Columba’s is a church on a mission to Live God’s Love. Our parish community is a vibrant one that encourages spiritual curiosity, celebrated children and youth, and embraces the world in the spirit of God’s Justice and love.
The opposite of faith is not doubt, but certainty. ~ Anne Lamott
Joining a church doesn’t mean you don’t have big questions or doubts. Deciding to be part of a loving community of faith means you’re open to exploring and wrestling with those big questions and doubts. Most people here did not grow up in The Episcopal Church. Some have never been a member of any church. Many have a background in a different church or faith tradition. At St. Columba’s, there will be many opportunities to learn, ask questions, and get to know other pilgrims along the way. Our deepest hope is that everyone who steps through our doors knows they belong here.Learn More
While our building is closed, our parish community is alive and well connected online. Walk with us during these uncertain times as we encourage spiritual curiosity, celebrate children and youth, and embrace the world in the spirit of God’s justice and love. How can we serve you today?
A pledge is a promise - a promise to give a certain amount over the course of the following year. We don’t expect you to fulfill your pledge in one lump gift. Many find they can give more when pledging and then giving incrementally over the course of the year.
Pledging before the start of each calendar year is critical for clergy and staff to develop an annual budget and plan to serve you and our wider community.
Why Give? God asks us to share our time, talent and treasure. A life of generosity is at the root of Christianity. The Bible encourages the tithe – or 10% of your annual income – and we encourage you to think about what a meaningful gift would be for you.
When you give to St. Columba’s you help fund our ministry in the community, our worship, and the staff that supports our community as we strive to Live God’s Love.
Our mission is funded by you – St. Columbans and other supporters.
St. Columba’s is grateful for your generosity. We accepts gifts in the form of cash, checks, appreciated stocks, Charitable IRA Rollovers, Donor Advised Gifts, and matching gifts. If you would like to include us in your end-of-life charitable gift plans, we accept bequests, life income gifts, and gifts of special assets (real estate, closely held stock, life insurance).
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