St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church
8701 NE 119th St. Vancouver, WA 98662
 Weekday Mass Schedule
 Monday, Thursday, Friday
 9:00am Mass
 Tuesday, Wednesday
 9:00am Communion Service
 Weekend Mass Schedule
 Saturday  5:00pm  English 
 Sunday  9:30am 
 Sunday  12 noon
 Saturday  3:30 to 4:30pm
 Monday  7:00pm - 9:00pm  English
 Every Third Friday
 7:00pm -7:00am

If you are interested in registering with our parish,  please fill out a registration form and place it in the collection basket or drop it by the office. We would love to meet you and welcome you to our community!

Welcome to St. John the Evangelist 

St. John the Evangelist parish is a very active, diverse and vibrant parish community that is located in Northeast Vancouver, Washington. As one of the oldest Catholic communities in the Northwest, you will find here a very welcoming community that is very proud of its history and legacy. Whether you are browsing our website or looking for a new spiritual home, know that you are welcome at St. John the Evangelist parish for a day or a life time. 

Dear Friends in Christ,

Happy Pentecost! Might I add how nice you all look in red :-D. With this great Feast of Pentecost we bring to a close the Easter Season. We are reminded that we have all that we need to live our faith boldly and purposefully in this world. Next Saturday at our 5 p.m. Mass we will celebrate the Sacrament of Confirmation with our high school students as they receive the fullness of the Spirit in their lives. We welcome Archbishop Sartain and pray that this celebration will be a real source of joy and strength for all who participate.

I wish to thank all in the parish who have responded to date so generously to this year’s Catholic Annual Appeal. We are surpassing our financial goal and well on our way to realizing our participation goal as well. If you have yet to do so, may I ask that you please respond this week. Your participation is anticipated and deeply appreciated.


Gracious and Holy Father, please give me:

intellect to understand you,

reason to discern you,

diligence to seek you,

wisdom to find you,

a spirit to know you,

a heart to meditate upon you,

ears to hear you,

eyes to see you,

a tongue to proclaim you,

a way of life pleasing to you,

patience to wait for you and perseverance to look for you.  Grant me a perfect end, your holy presence, a blessed resurrection and life everlasting.                                                                                                                                                       

St. Benedict of Nursia, ca. 480-547

Happy Pentecost!

Fr. Tom