Masses at St. John the Evangelist

St. John the Evangelist celebrates four Masses each weekend:

  • 5:00pm Saturday (English)
  • 9:00am Sunday (English)
  • 11:00am Sunday (Spanish)
  • 5:00pm Sunday (Spanish)

We also celebrate Mass at 9:00am on Monday (English), Thursday (Spanish) and Friday (English).

ALERT:  Catholic parishes in the Archdiocese of Seattle received updated safety guidance from the Chancery office June 30, 2021.  Based on that guidance, the following protocols remain in place when attending Sunday Mass at St. John the Evangelist:

  • Masks are still respectfully requested for everyone who is not fully vaccinated when on the parish campus, indoors and outdoors, for everyone's continued health and safety.  
  • Two options for seating are available:
    • For those wishing to maintain 6’ physical distancing, the half of the church by the Marian Shrine will continue to be available with this standard.  The Safety Team will assist individuals in finding their seats
    • For those who wish to sit closer to their fellow parishioners, the half of the church on the choir side is available for self-selected seating without the 6 foot physical distancing requirement.
    • Vogel Hall remains available for overflow seating.
  • The Safety Team will continue to assist everyone at the reception of Holy Communion and in exiting at the end of Mass.

Utilizing Vogel Hall for overflow, we can currently accomodate approximately 500 parishioners per Mass. We will continue to provide livestream Masses (return to our website homepage for links) and the dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass on Sunday is still in place for everyone. 

Please call the office at (360) 573-3325 between 9:00 am and 4:00pm for more information. You may also contact us by email at ofice@stjohnvancouver.org. 

For those not yet ready to attend Mass in person, join us via the livestream celebration of Mass:  at 5:00pm on Saturday (English) and 11:00am Sunday (Spanish).  Please return to our website homepage for links both the to livestream and recorded Masses.