Welcome to St. John’s!

LIMITED IN-PERSON WORSHIP REGISTRATION: 50 People

With the advice of the Vestry,  Fr. Eliacín is delighted to announce that we will begin Sunday in-person worship again at St. John’s Parish Hall. Our first service will be on Pentecost Sunday, May 23, at 10:00 AM.

The reservation link will be available on the church’s website, on the main page.- You can also register during the same time-frame by phone, 360-568-4622.
– Registration includes signing a waiver and agreeing to safety protocols. All records of attendance, releases, and questionnaires will be confidential but will be kept for some time after each event as directed by the Rector and accessed specifically for contact tracing or notices should the need arise.
– We will continue with the Friday-to-Friday reservation period for each Sunday service. 

Registration helps prevent us maintain social distancing and keeps us from exceeding capacity or needing to turn anyone away at the door for capacity reasons.
You are a full participant in the life of our community if you choose to continue participating with us online.

Click here for more information.

Registration for Sunday June 20 is closed.

The registration for Sunday June 27th, will be available from Sunday Jun 20 to Friday June 25.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  
FOR SUNDAY,  JUNE 27, SERVICE.

 

St. John’s Online Sunday Morning Prayer Service.

Click the link to join the prayers.

Sunday Morning Prayer continues online. You may email us for a link and access to our virtual coffee hour, Sundays at 10AM. We stream our Morning Prayer Service on our Facebook page starting at 11:00 AM. 

We have a Re-Opening Protocol Team of lay leaders working together to develop a plan for re-opening, however, as we know with COVID-19, information is fluid and decisions are challenging to make at this time. 

St. John’s Episcopal Church is a friendly, inclusive, open and , affirming church in the historic district of Snohomish. We welcome all ages, all individuals and all families.

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We are the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement.