St. John the Evangelist

Roman Catholic Church

Schedule for August 13-22:

Saturday-Sunday, August 13-14: Homily: Mary, New Ark of Testimony

Monday, August 15: Assumption of the Virgin Mary (not a Holy Day of Obligation this year) Mass @ 8:30 am

Tuesday, August 16: Rosary & Divine Mercy Chaplet @ 6:30 pm, Mass for Mary, Queen of Peace @ 7:00 pm with a special guest choir, several priests, and light refreshments following

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, August 17, 18, 19: Mass @ 8:30 am

Friday, August 19: Holy Hour @ 3:00 pm

Saturday, August 20, @ noon: deadline for the candy guessing game

Saturday-Sunday, August 20-21: Homily: Mary, New Ark of Strength

         After Mass: Blessing with Pope St. Pius X relic

Sunday, August 21: After Mass: Pinata

Monday, August 22: Rosary & Divine Mercy Chaplet @ 6:30 pm, Mass for the Queenship of Mary @ 7:00 pm, several priests and reception following

Update on the Pandemic



Our Parish

Mass Schedule


Saturday Vigil | 5:30 PM 

Sundays | 9:00 AM 

Weekdays M, W, Th, F | 8:30 AM

Holy Days of Obligation: Check the bulletin




  • 12:00 PM Saturdays
  • 8:00 AM Sundays

Contact the parish office or the pastor for 

Annointing the Sick 

Baptism | includes Baptism preparation


Marriage | Contact the parish office nine months before expected wedding date

Christian Initiation of Adults



Eucharistic Adoration

  • 3 PM Fridays
  •  3:15 PM Fridays of Lent

Rosary and Divine Mercy Chaplet

  •  Saturdays | 5:00 PM
  •  Sundays | 8:25 AM
  •  After all weekday Masses

Stations of the Cross

  •  4:30 PM Fridays of Lent




MInistries include education, lay readers, alter servers, music, and more. 

Review ministry opportunities


We the Eucharistic community of St. John The Evangelist Parish, gather to celebrate our communion with God, the Father, Christ, the teacher, and the Holy Spirit, the inspiration, through worship, prayer, education, and community service.


We undertake in our spiritual journey to share our experience of Christ‘s love and mercy and to extend that experience to all the community. In so doing, we form a haven where all are welcomed, all are loved, and all are challenged to proclaim and live the Gospel.

During his visit to the United States, Pope John Paul II referred to the parish as the "family of families".

Our parish of St. John the Evangelist is just such a family. This year we unite in thanking God for the countless blessings. He has showered on us during the past years since the founding as an independent parish in 1971. The love, dedication, sacrifices, and generosity of our parishioners have made St. John's an outstanding testimony of God's presence in the Everett area.