All in-person Church services and meetings at St. John’s are currently suspended until further notice.
St. John’s is the hub for a variety of organizations and groups connected to Snohomish and nearby communities.
Snohomish Community Kitchen
Several Recovery Groups meet regularly at St. John’s. Anyone interested in learning more should drop by just before the meeting begins to talk to a leader.
“One Day at a Time” Narcotics Anonymous
- Sunday, 5 p.m., in the Parish Hall
- This is a closed meeting for people who consider themselves drug addicts or who think they might be and want to try the program.
Alanon Family Group
- Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.
- This group is for those whose lives are impacted by alcoholism and/or may be living with an alcoholic.
- Both of these groups are part of the nation-wide fellowships of Narcotics Anonymous or Ala-non.
Cold Weather Shelter
The cold weather shelter provides overnight shelter for the homeless in Snohomish over the winter months. When the outside temperature drops to freezing, there is a warm place to stay at the Snohomish Evangelical Free Church at 210 Avenue B. The shelter is operated by a group of volunteers who are concerned about the safety and welfare of those who are struggling with basic needs. The shelter season starts Nov. 1 and ends the last night of February. If you would like to help out at the shelter, leave a message at St. John’s.